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    I might hit the Sacramento show up. But I will wait a little to get tickets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burninglard View Post
    I might hit the Sacramento show up. But I will wait a little to get tickets.
    yeah, I might wait too, it could be a good deal close to show day. Tickets for Billy's solo shows here in SF were 1/4 of the original price on show day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armogi View Post
    yeah, I might wait too, it could be a good deal close to show day. Tickets for Billy's solo shows here in SF were 1/4 of the original price on show day.
    Interest in this tour is going to be a LITTLE higher than Billy's solo show. Just sayin'

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    If a tour with The Smashing Pumpkins (with Jimmy Chamberlin back) and Marilyn Manson could barely fill out mid-sized venues, I dunno folks.

    How were Billy's solo shows ticket-wise? After James Iha first came on stage with Billy, did the following shows ticket sales go up a lot? Technically, many people have already seen Billy, James, Jimmy, and Jeff for Billy's solo shows where he would dedicate parts of shows to different past albums. This tour probably would have a bigger response if Billy didn't already have James join him on stage. For many, they technically have already seen this line up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neorev View Post
    If a tour with The Smashing Pumpkins (with Jimmy Chamberlin back) and Marilyn Manson could barely fill out mid-sized venues, I dunno folks.

    How were Billy's solo shows ticket-wise? After James Iha first came on stage with Billy, did the following shows ticket sales go up a lot? Technically, many people have already seen Billy, James, Jimmy, and Jeff for Billy's solo shows where he would dedicate parts of shows to different past albums. This tour probably would have a bigger response if Billy didn't already have James join him on stage. For many, they technically have already seen this line up.
    But that was only for three shows (2 in LA and 1 in Chicago if I remember right) and those people didn't know ahead of time before they bought their tickets that they'd be seeing James. Well, maybe after his first surprise appearance there were some people that bought tickets hoping that he'd show up again. But still, he only played with them for 3 shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armogi View Post
    yeah, I might wait too, it could be a good deal close to show day. Tickets for Billy's solo shows here in SF were 1/4 of the original price on show day.
    I actually might go to the Oakland show now, didn't see it at first in the list of dates. I think this will sell better than billy's solo shows but not sold out in 15 minutes type of stuff.

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    How the Pumpkins reunion differs from GN'R's reunion.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/bryanro...reunion-drama/

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    If Billy Corgan is the sole creative force behind the Pumpkins, then how come his output dropped drastically in quality when the original band broke up? I'm sorry, but just I do not believe Corgan as the sole creative force one bit. There is just too much evidence to the contrary.

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