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Started by crowbi_wan, December 02, 2008, 23:54:21
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Quote from: crowbi_wan on December 03, 2008, 06:37:25sold out.
Quote from: crowbi_wan on December 03, 2008, 20:08:19Does anyone need a ticket for this? I grabbed one just in case someone wasn't around their computer yesterday and was wanting to go. Let me know and we'll get the ticket transferred.
Quote from: minisuperjennifer on December 08, 2008, 03:06:46Quote from: crowbi_wan on December 03, 2008, 20:08:19Does anyone need a ticket for this? I grabbed one just in case someone wasn't around their computer yesterday and was wanting to go. Let me know and we'll get the ticket transferred. Hi, yes I do! Someone on thecure.com suggested I look here for a ticket. I'm flying from Montana just to see The Cure while they are in LA. I would be so grateful for a ticket!jen
Quote from: JavKiss on December 17, 2008, 02:08:36Prayers for NO rain, thats what this night was. after waiting in the rain and hail storms for 5 hours, I and about 150 other people did not get in. They had to cancell the outdoor mini concert and bring it indoors, Mr. Kimmels security staff told us it will be anouther hour before you are all seated, we waited anouther 2 hours in the cold rain, just to find out from other cure fans that they were not going to let anyone else in, They did not have the balls to tell us this fact, just let us stand there like fools, I spoke to 1iota there production company over the phone the next day, It was just a big mess, they felt bad for us, unfortunatly they could not do anything for us, It was the first time in 6 years they had to cancell an outdoor show, they said they learned alot of lessons that night, I suggested they build a big awning over the little parking lot stage to hold these outdoor shows, problem solved, They did a sound check of prayers for rain, right before they cancelled the outdoor show lucky me - Unfortunalty shit happens