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Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Wed 11 Dec 2013, 1:01 pm
by markrobertnolan
NO. DEFINITELY NOT LOVE IS A BOURGEOIS CONSTRUCT...... and I am unanimous in that!

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Wed 11 Dec 2013, 1:02 pm
by markrobertnolan
It spoils otherwise a 5 star album!

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Wed 11 Dec 2013, 1:04 pm
by le petit corbusier
They should play Inside a dream. It would sound massive live.

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Thu 12 Dec 2013, 2:34 am
by BrilliantPSB
I would love IN HIS IMAGINATION

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Thu 12 Dec 2013, 10:22 am
by One of the crowd
The "Electric" album is crying out to be played live in full, followed by an hour of classics and fan favourites

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Thu 12 Dec 2013, 12:56 pm
by joe stalin
Electric at Glastonbury 2014 anyone ? Headlining Sunday night on Pyramid stage ?

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Thu 12 Dec 2013, 2:56 pm
by Blogo
joe stalin wrote:Electric at Glastonbury 2014 anyone ? Headlining Sunday night on Pyramid stage ?
Delusions of Grandeur...

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Sun 15 Dec 2013, 3:49 pm
by TheGhostOfMyself
Thinking practically here.........we're now 3 months away from the tour starting again and we've seen nothing in the way of dates being released, tickets go on sale or any other publicity.

Do their concerts normally sell out/hit break even in 3 months when one of those has Christmas and the January "lets try not to spend any money this month" in them?

The only festivals I can see happening in March are central Europe and Miami.....

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Mon 16 Dec 2013, 12:50 am
by MikeyC
TheGhostOfMyself wrote:Thinking practically here.........we're now 3 months away from the tour starting again and we've seen nothing in the way of dates being released, tickets go on sale or any other publicity.

Do their concerts normally sell out/hit break even in 3 months when one of those has Christmas and the January "lets try not to spend any money this month" in them?

The only festivals I can see happening in March are central Europe and Miami.....

Maybe they're planning a "BEYONCE" and just showing up in a city to play a concert, with no advance warning or promotion! :lol:

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Mon 16 Dec 2013, 4:36 pm
by Danger
I think it's becoming a bit too late to announce gigs for March, maybe the tour will kick off again in last spring around May or June...Generally tickets are on sale 2-3 months before the gigs...

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Mon 16 Dec 2013, 9:44 pm
by petheadNOR96
My guess is that they`ll announce dates around New Year`s...

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Mon 16 Dec 2013, 11:17 pm
by West End Boy
Third week of January. 3-4 UK gigs in smaller venues, several non-festival performances in mainland Europe (ca. 15-22 concerts), starting around late May / early June. Slightly different setlist, revved-up visuals and a more coherent show concept overall. This is what I realistically expect for the first half of 2014.

Although the thing with the reworked show concept probably borders on wishful thinking. I only just watched the "Pandemonium" DVD a couple of days ago and immediately had to think of what a crazy mess the "Electric" show was compared to the elaborate and well-conceived spectacle that was "Pandemonium". An entertaining mess, without a doubt, but a mess nonetheless: Curtain! Lasers! Minotaurs! Singing in beds! More lasers! Pogo sticks! Erm... lasers anyone!?

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Tue 17 Dec 2013, 9:18 am
by Danger
West End Boy wrote:Although the thing with the reworked show concept probably borders on wishful thinking. I only just watched the "Pandemonium" DVD a couple of days ago and immediately had to think of what a crazy mess the "Electric" show was compared to the elaborate and well-conceived spectacle that was "Pandemonium". An entertaining mess, without a doubt, but a mess nonetheless: Curtain! Lasers! Minotaurs! Singing in beds! More lasers! Pogo sticks! Erm... lasers anyone!?
I'm agree the Electric tour is been without a concept instead of the previous one divided in well released chapters. Even the Fundamental Tour (although more simple for stage setting) was more harmonic. But I don't think that they will change in depth the show maybe some changes but more or less it will be like the last one.

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Sat 21 Dec 2013, 4:52 pm
by petheadNOR96
Anybody who has any suggestions/ideas/rumors of possible 2014 tour city`s?
I`m dying of curiosity!
Looking everyday at Norwegian ticket sites for a future PSB gig in Oslo to pop up. (Electric was #1 over here, we have a good amount of Petheads in Norway and they haven`t had a non-festival gig on Norwegian soil since 2007, so why not?) That is one of my Christmas wishes this year.
Hoping for the best and fingers crossed!

Hoping also that they will return to London on a decent time for me to travel over there...

Re: Rumor: Electric tour continues late March

Posted: Mon 23 Dec 2013, 3:41 pm
by Danger
petheadNOR96 wrote:Anybody who has any suggestions/ideas/rumors of possible 2014 tour city`s?
For sure they will plain in Swiss, Spain, Holland where they did not play this year (only 1 festival gig in Spain) and I hope Italy. They generally play in Northern Europe so maybe you'll have a chance.