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Found the Austin 5000 and An Arrow Through The Heartland prints on the printer’s webstore.
T.S. Eliot speaking over “Kusanagi” by ODESZA – but I swore there was a little drum beat from “There Will Be Time” mixed in there too.
It was T.S. Eliot reading parts of his poem “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” over an instrumental portion of “There Will Be Time”
6:30pm show begins
11pm show ends
Hey Willis! Which night of Hangout Fest will the Lads be playing? Fri, Sat or Sun?
Marcus didn’t sing the word gun both nights at Forest Hills June 16 & 17. Jo Cox was murdered in the UK on June 16th, preceded by Orlando on June 12th. I think the omission was intentional given the events that week.
If you still have your tickets to sell you should use Lyte, the official fan ticket exchange for the Austin5000 tour: https://uselyte.com/mumfordandsons/Sleep-Train-Amphitheatre-06-10-2016/
Lyte will let you transfer your tickets and then you won’t have to walk in with the buyer/deal with credit card entry rules.
Looking to trade a Forest Hills 2016 print for a 2013 Forest Hills/Full English (with the blue background) print.
We can trade OR we can take your 2013 print to a print shop (like Duggal) so I can get it scanned and print a copy. You get the 2016 print in exchange for the extra effort.
Have been trying to get the 2013 print since the show (they sold out quickly!) No luck on Ebay or the usual places so I picked up a 2nd copy of this June’s hoping that I could do a trade/copy.
June 21, 2016 at 2:00 am in reply to: Disappointed Fans shout out of NY Forest Hills Show – tickets went to brokers #6998
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The tickets for Forest Hills were sold through ticketfly.com. They sell the tickets for Forest Hills Stadium (not TM/LN.) The tour page on this site, as well as the notification email with presale code had the link/info. Ticketfly also has a ticket exchange/resale at face value site: Lyte. My friend was able to sell her extra tickets (last minute not being used) easily and figure good ticket karma since not scalping.
While the GA seats sold out in about 7 seconds it seems that most people who tried to buy tickets when they went on sale at 10am on Feb 4th were able to get tickets. They ended up announcing the 2nd show about an hour after the first show went on sale so even more tickets made available.
Some good news today: the New York State Assembly passed a bill that will make any use of ticket bots a class A misdemeanor crime, punishable by a year in prison and/or a $1,000 fine. Hopefully this will help cut back on the amount of tickets being sold to scalpers. In the original bill the State Senate passed it would have made it a felony but apparently the Assembly would only pass as a misdemeanor. Governor Cuomo still needs to sign the bill into law.