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    2022.04.30 - Atlanta, GA @ Shaky Knees Festival

    Nine Inch Nails is playing Shakey Knees Festival April 30. 2022
    https://www.shakykneesfestival.com

    1-Day & 3-Day Tickets On Sale Thursday, November 11 at 10am ET!

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    NIN and Chvrches together is one of my dream lineups and it’s in my hometown. Getting VIP tickets for Saturday.

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    To make it fast, go here and get an account/payment set up now:

    https://shakyknees.frontgatetickets.com/

    Then it should have listings tomorrow after 10am EST.

    If you used Front Gate for any other festival shows lately, you should likely be able to use the same login here. No promises on my end though!

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    woke up with anxiety about this show. feels alright.

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    Success! See you squares there!

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    we got our tix too. having a nin show to look forward to (and worry about) is the energy boost i needed.

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    Tickets obtained, pumped to see everybody there

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    How likely is this to sell out anytime soon? I'm on the fence and would like to wait a bit to see what else pops up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonic_discord View Post
    How likely is this to sell out anytime soon? I'm on the fence and would like to wait a bit to see what else pops up.
    No idea but you can likely get resale tickets for face value (or even below).

    Final cost for a GA Saturday pass including wristband shipping was $145.98, but fuck it. Super excited.

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    Anybody know how walkable it is from Central Park to downtown at night? I found a good deal for the Ritz Carlton hotel there, but am wondering about safety and if it'd be better to get a rideshare or taxi after the show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckets of lube View Post
    Anybody know how walkable it is from Central Park to downtown at night? I found a good deal for the Ritz Carlton hotel there, but am wondering about safety and if it'd be better to get a rideshare or taxi after the show.
    personally i would say no itís not a safe walk between the two locations. there used to be a large homeless shelter by the area where the ritz is. it was closed a few years ago and now thereís a street population of homeless people in the area. itís fine if you keep your distance and youíd probably be ok. but thereís a lot of them. it overwhelms me sometimes when i see them. i try to stay away from the area of peachtree and pine streets if iím alone (or in general). i havenít been by since last year but thereís usually a large group around the closed shelter. there have always been panhandlers and people in the streets but the homeless population in atlanta exploded since the pandemic. so many without basic necessities and the largest shelter closed. itís a sad situation.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sweeterthan View Post
    personally i would say no it’s not a safe walk between the two locations. there used to be a large homeless shelter by the area where the ritz is. it was closed a few years ago and now there’s a street population of homeless people in the area. it’s fine if you keep your distance and you’d probably be ok. but there’s a lot of them. it overwhelms me sometimes when i see them. i try to stay away from the area of peachtree and pine streets if i’m alone (or in general). i haven’t been by since last year but there’s usually a large group around the closed shelter. there have always been panhandlers and people in the streets but the homeless population in atlanta exploded since the pandemic. so many without basic necessities and the largest shelter closed. it’s a sad situation.
    Thanks for the heads-up. Would Midtown be a better place to stay in for walking purposes from Central Park?

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    2022.04.30 - Atlanta, GA @ Shaky Knees Festival

    Iím really thinking about doing this, but at this point Iím waiting until the last minute to book anything (tickets, hotel, flight). If this past years shows are any indication, then this has an NIN cancellation written all over it.
    Last edited by somewhat_; 12-27-2021 at 08:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somewhat_ View Post
    Iím really thinking about doing this, but at this point Iím waiting until the last minute to book anything (tickets, hotel, flight). If last years shows are any indication, then this has an NIN cancellation written all over it.
    probably a good idea. a concert i was supposed to attend thursday just got postponed for a whole year. gotta say. iím fucking over covid.

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    I'm pretty sure this won't happen. especially in Georgia, where people DGAF about vaccinations and masks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DVYDRNS View Post
    I'm pretty sure this won't happen. especially in Georgia, where people DGAF about vaccinations and masks.
    yes but the artists make these calls too. i live in the suburbs of atlanta. iíve watched everyone and their mom go to events without masks and with total ease. a concert i bought tickets to in july for december 30 was cancelled by the artists on december 27 because the numbers are increasing rapidly here. there are no mask mandates here and no lockdowns but there are people who get it.

    Shaky Knees will probably happen but how many artists will cancel between now and then? maybe there wonít be a surge then. i really want to see nin but i canít get my hopes up anymore. the crushing disappointment of the last week has me feeling bitter about covid. what is even the point of having elections if these officials canít do their fucking jobs and protect public health? i donít understand why we are letting the least qualified people make decisions that put us all in limbo indefinitely.


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    ah yea I should have worded it differently. I was essentially saying the same thing as you.

    as in... I'm pretty sure this show won't happen. because : reasons.

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    Well, going by South Africa, the arc of an Omicron surge takes about 2 months from beginning to end. So, based on that, case levels in Georgia should be down to a normal-ish level by the end of February. A lot can happen in two months between Feb. and Apr. though. Another surge or another variant? It seems like the best time to plan something (like a trip or a concert) is on the downslope of a surge, and no more than 2 months out.

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