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  1. Nope. They’ve played NITL shows without openers, but I’m sure Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown are available.
  2. Lol, don’t jinx it. The Summerfest show in WI is due an update, and I doubt Toronto happens this summer because of the border, so I’d only feel good about the other shows once those two get announcements (and apparently MN too according to the previously posted article). Things are looking good, but nothing is set in stone.
  3. https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/dc-bowser-reopen-coronavirus/2021/05/10/c4d6536e-b195-11eb-9059-d8176b9e3798_story.html Mayor of DC appears to be lifting concert venue restrictions by June 11th. This is big, considering DC is the first scheduled stop.
  4. ZBB just announced a tour starting at the beginning of August and hitting Fenway as a date. Another good sign for at least some dates being feasible.
  5. I would treat all the shows as being as “on” until they’re not. Any and all of them could be cancelled or rescheduled at the drop of a hat, but in the meantime they have to promote them as if they’re going forward with them.
  6. I saw that. I still thing certain shows are getting pushed/cancelled (Toronto and MN), but this does open up the possibility for one-offs like Chicago.
  7. This was posted yesterday. GnR has shown their top priority is to tour, tour, tour. Friends in the industry have also pointed at August as a potential return of shows to most states. I wouldn’t rule out GnR doing an abbreviated leg at locations where they can expect a sell out. I agree it’s hiiiighly unlikely.
  8. This doesn’t bode well for the tour as a whole. Target Field is an outdoor show, and the second of the tour. The optimist in me hopes that they’re waiting to make an announcement in hopes that they can salvage some of the August dates, but the realist continues to think 2022 is most likely.
  9. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/28/sports/baseball/atlanta-capacity-yankees-bryce-harper.html?smid=fb-share&fbclid=IwAR0xXKEFp5aJDhG8jtiwFwLFs4PE8iPTa0qj-hI1O9q10KDywodChOnOa-4 Atlanta going to 100%. Let’s keep it going...we need a tour city to make a move soon.
  10. To clarify, my show was at Nats Park and the sale was through MLB.com / the ballpark website. Ticketmaster in my experience refunds fees, but read the small print closely.
  11. I think a big factor will be if the capacity restrictions get lifted in time for GnR to promote the shows. Let’s not forget that many of these shows were selling poorly before the pandemic. Honestly, I’d happily buy a pit ticket for DC, but the language states I’m not owed a refund on service and convenience fees in the event of cancellation or reschedule, which is complete bullshit.
  12. In regards to the MetLife show in Jersey, the state is easing some capacity limits: “For outdoor venues, the current limit is 30 percent capacity for venues with at least 2,500 fixed seats. Capacity will increase to 50 percent for venues with 1,000 fixed seats or more.” If needed, they could easily transition the pit into a seated area. There’s also the strong possibility that capacity limits are eased again in the weeks following this change. I think a big factor could be GnR and Livenations willingness to pursue a partial tour with reduced dates where capacity limits or poor sales
  13. Christ Stapleton just announced a wave of new and rescheduled shows. Interestingly these include a July 30th date in New Hampshire at a large pavilion as well as a slew in August across the country. These are LiveNation shows. Of course they can be rescheduled, but I think it’s a good sign.
  14. Pretty much. If they wait a year they risk being overwhelmed by all the other acts.
  15. With Summerfest postponed to September, DC is looking like it could be start of tour. It was just announced that capacity at Nats Park (venue), could go up immediately to 25% for baseball. Obviously there are some differences for concerts, but they could easily add seating to GA if necessary. All that to say; the needle continues to move slowly towards this NA tour being feasible....but there’s still a long way to go.
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