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Richard_2112

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Kiss: End Of The Road
« on: November 03, 2018, 12:31:18 PM »
Only got in to Kiss about 10 years ago after seeing them at the Download festival. Shameless gimmick act, but they are incredible live! Touring the UK "for the final time" in July next year at Birmingham, London, Manchester, Newcastle and Glasgow.


Most tickets are £75 so sad to say I'll have to give this one a miss. Shame really.
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Re: Kiss: End Of The Road
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2018, 20:28:54 PM »
Well I didn't think that £75 was that bad...………. but, for Newcastle, we are waaaaaayyyyyy too old to stand. Most of the best seats were reserved as either meet and greet (£800+ so no thanks) - or platinum tickets at £150+. And its a no for both of those too. There's no way that they will sell all those seats at those prices and eventually they will be offered up at £75 - I'll hold my nerve and keep checking.   
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Re: Kiss: End Of The Road
« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2018, 06:48:31 AM »
What Dave said.....

Although, in terms of Newcastle, there is the chance that those have bought the seats at the back will be upgraded to closer seats, including some of those juicy ones, so that the promoters can curtain it off - as they did in 2009.  I’m very happy they’re playing here but I think it’s perhaps a show too many and it doesn’t look to be a fantastic seller and I’m not sure if/how sales will get any better before July 2019.
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Re: Kiss: End Of The Road
« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2018, 22:47:47 PM »
Are they playing the Arena at Newcastle? Saw them at the City Hall in '83, would be surprised to think they're a bigger draw now than then.