While I share the feeling of unease and, to a degree, distaste for the background to the reincarnation of the band (though I acknowledge that no-one can actually know the details behind Mark's exclusion) - I think I might regret it if I did not go for tickets.  It's a chance to see Frenz, too  .  

Today's email says the pre-sale is 0900 UK time on Wed 11th, but the LiveNation link says Thurs 12th.  Any clues?

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The email release sent earlier mentions pre-sale

Presale instructions:
If you live in a country having a presale, we will email you the presale ticket link and code for your event this Wednesday at 9am your time. This helps to keep tickets reserved for you, rather than scalpers.

Team NF

So all those signed up will receive an email on Wednesday with link(s) to pre-pre sale :-)

I'm as conflicted as many about the announced line-up, but I'm always interested in what Neil's doing. What p*sses me off is buying tickets for a gig hundreds of miles away (Manchester) and then a gig 10 miles away (Glasgow) is announced shortly after. My funds and access to babysitters are limited. Travelling to Manchester is a completely different prospect now that there is a full tour. I know it won't be possible to get all dates announced at the same time (though most of the time they are), but it feels dishonest to not put out a press release saying UK tour dates will be announced or larger tour announcement in the works). 

I'm surprised at the size of venue, in Scotland at least. Anticipation was much higher for the 'Live on Earth' tour than now, and by Intriguer they'd dropped from a 10,000 to a 3,000 seater venue. 

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The Roundhouse in London is small, isn’t it?  I was there many years ago for a photography exhibit and it seemed pretty small.

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Candyland Joe posted:

Any word of ticket prices?

Cork and Dublin are €49.90, plus fees; Manchester £55.25, plus fees. The other non-festival dates will likely be around the same price range.

£85 and down for Birmingham, I paid £75 for balcony seats for London, then you get the ticket bastard charges on top. Would not normally pay so much for a gig, but how long has it been .... 12 years .......... and will we see them after 2020 ?

Jaffaman posted:

The emails were geo-targeted to UK and Germany to avoid spamming other countries. Do you use a VPN which might be blocking your location? Send me a message now at info@neilfinn.com and I'll send you the links. I've done that for a few others tonight. Heading to bed ASAP though...

Not that I'm aware of. Is there anything I can do at my end to make sure that similar problems don't occur in future? Might it be an anti-spam/phishing software issue?

Was on the bus, phone in hand at 9am for London tickets (any), but was told none available - and the same at intervals throughout the morning :-( Anyone else find that they were show as "sold out" immediately?

There's another Ticketmaster (booo!) pre-sale of some sort tomorrow morning, and also general sale on Fri, so 2 more opportunities to chance my arm...

McGinty posted:

Was on the bus, phone in hand at 9am for London tickets (any), but was told none available - and the same at intervals throughout the morning :-( Anyone else find that they were show as "sold out" immediately?

There's another Ticketmaster (booo!) pre-sale of some sort tomorrow morning, and also general sale on Fri, so 2 more opportunities to chance my arm...

Just playing around to see if any ticket still available and managed to get 6 for Sunday.  Rejected them as I was just curios so might be worth another go?

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