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#346 Post by RMC »

So just on the BBC one show - definitely doing Dreamland and Ollie is coming on as a guest it seems. Also doing Monkey business.

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RMC wrote:
Fri 24 Jan 2020, 8:13 pm
So just on the BBC one show - definitely doing Dreamland and Ollie is coming on as a guest it seems. Also doing Monkey business.
They have said they love Monkey Business and it's the most dancey track of their whole career or something like that. They say they can see people dancing it on a wedding.

They have a little obsession with weddings these days. :mrgreen:

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#348 Post by jamie1978 »

100,000 may sound like a lot of tickets, but on a 23 date arena tour it isn't. That's just over 4000 per venue.

They've sold 16,000 in the o2 alone. So I suspect the number is quite a bit higher than that - likely over 200,000.

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#349 Post by psblefrere »

Looks like they’ve shifted another 150 or so tickets at the o2 in the last couple of days. Currently only 24 tickets remaining 😃

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#350 Post by domino »

Germany is seeling well, too. Hamburg is just a bit meh.
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#351 Post by drunk14 »

In Poland there are hundreds of available eats on Torwar Hall. It's too big venue for PSB. The could play in a club for 1000 people and it would fit perfectly. The day before yesterday, out of the blue, ticket prices were reduced from 50EUR to 20EUR because of weak sales (standind tickets).
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#352 Post by Disco. »

If you go to their booking site, you can see that a lot of the tickets for the gig in Poland is already sold out. And the concert is still 4 months away.

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#353 Post by Choliux »

Curious if anyone from the US is planning to go to any of the Dreamland shows?? I’m contemplating Berlin and will probably decide early next week.

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#354 Post by Sexy Northerner »

I live in CO and I'm going to the Warsaw show and all of the UK shows. I wish PSB would announce their shows all at once rather than in bits and pieces - I might have picked different shows - however, I was in London at the time for the Hyde Park concert and just got swept up in PSB mania... =)

I'm glad Neil confirmed in the recent BBC interview that they will tour the US later this year. I figured they would.

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#355 Post by Sexy Northerner »

I hope the Monkey Business dancers show up live at the London O2 show - kind of like the Super dancers at Hyde Park...

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jamie1978 wrote:
Sat 25 Jan 2020, 9:44 pm
100,000 may sound like a lot of tickets, but on a 23 date arena tour it isn't. That's just over 4000 per venue.

They've sold 16,000 in the o2 alone. So I suspect the number is quite a bit higher than that - likely over 200,000.
You’re right. Over 200,000 sold now. Making lots of money :)

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Disco. wrote:
Sun 26 Jan 2020, 2:19 pm
If you go to their booking site, you can see that a lot of the tickets for the gig in Poland is already sold out. And the concert is still 4 months away.
That's a fraud. Most of these unavalable seats have the same status from the very beggining. I follow this gig very carefully. I am afraid that no more than 200-300 were sold since annoucement.
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#358 Post by Sexy Northerner »

That's good to know. I think I will hold off on booking airfare to Poland.

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drunk14 wrote:
Sun 26 Jan 2020, 6:15 pm
That's a fraud. Most of these unavalable seats have the same status from the very beggining. I follow this gig very carefully. I am afraid that no more than 200-300 were sold since annoucement.
Over 80% of capacity is standing, and you have no way of knowing how many standing tickets have been sold.

I would imagine more than seated, as it's by far the better view of the show in that venue.

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#360 Post by Disco. »

drunk14 wrote:
Sun 26 Jan 2020, 6:15 pm
Disco. wrote:
Sun 26 Jan 2020, 2:19 pm
If you go to their booking site, you can see that a lot of the tickets for the gig in Poland is already sold out. And the concert is still 4 months away.
That's a fraud. Most of these unavalable seats have the same status from the very beggining. I follow this gig very carefully. I am afraid that no more than 200-300 were sold since annoucement.
Well if you’re right, they are not going to perform.

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