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  1. Would you pay the extra $200 for a distancing circle if Izzy and Steven replaced Richard and Frank for the AFD songs? I'd have to think about it!
  2. What do you mean? Wouldn't it be fun for everybody to have a 6' circle to stand in the middle of. The energy of the crowd would be mindblowing! To your point, even if they can do shows with distanced seating like football games in some states, that would be a terrible experience for a concert. Either there are enough vaccinations to do a somewhat normal concert or they should cancel/postpone.
  3. It's highly unlikely but if the vaccine rollout goes as planned (which is not what I really expect) and they are effective against all these new variants there is a small possibly that the US could have concerts in July. Very small possibility but not completely impossible. There is supposed to be enough vaccine supply to vaccinate 300 million people in the US by June. I don't really think the logistics will get good enough to inject all those doses in that time frame even if the supply is there but maybe there will be enough play money in the next relief bill to accelerate it. You never
  4. If the shows don't get cancelled (which will mean a high percentage of US population vaccinated before summer), I think ticket sales might be better than you expect. There is going to be pent up demand from a lot of people just wanting to do "something" that they couldn't do since last March. The flip side is the economy will have fewer people who can afford the high prices so the prices may need to come down a bit.
  5. I haven't read through this whole topic but: #1, the NA dates are still on the website #2, there is no chance they would play the earlier European dates and then not the later NA dates. Either both go on or both get cancelled Although the vaccine rollout hasn't started perfectly, there is still a chance that all in the US who wish to be vaccinated can be vaccinated before June assuming the Johnson and Johnson vaccine gets approved soon and starts rolling out in March. Whoever said early in the thread that nobody under 60 will be vaccinated this year is wrong. Leaving out
  6. Even if they had new music ready to be released (which they don't), it makes no sense to put it out now. The money is all in touring and new music can't sell tickets when they can't have concerts.
  7. For the Missoula show the email said you have 30 days to request a refund once the new date is announced. If no new date has been announced by July 20th, a 30 day window opens to request a refund.
  8. Doesn't the slow sales of NA stadiums lead to a perfect solution of socially distanced seating? I'm only half kidding. Mark off squares in the pit 6 feet apart with room for 2 people each square. Stagger the regular seats like they do in the white House briefing room. I'd guess around 40% capacity is possible to do. Combined with being outdoors it should be fine as far as risk (with socially distanced lines and capacity controlled bathrooms). Might not be the most exciting atmosphere but after the lockdowns people might be happy just to get to go to a concert.
  9. Forget about the banned large gatherings, the band won't be allowed to travel to Europe (at least not back home). The international travel restrictions aren't getting lifted any time soon.
  10. I was just thinking what is more mental torture? Being "safer at home" or checking this thread to never see a real sign of there ever being a new album?
  11. Very well said. I don't think it can be argued that Ted Nugent is a bigot just based on his own statements. I will say that not only is "backwards" used synonymously with "bigoted" but it is also used to refer to religious people. Then it is kind of lumped together that churchgoing "rednecks" are backwards and bigoted. I am personally not religious (although sometimes I wish I was and think that having faith would help me deal with certain issues) but I don't disparage people for their beliefs.
  12. I'm not talking about Ted Nugent who I agree has some screws loose. I'm talking about the insult of "rednecks." A very small percentage of "rednecks" look to Ted Nugent as a cultural leader or any kind of leader. There is a small subset of ignorant bigots in all groups. Hell, there are even sub groups of black people who are bigoted against other black people based on where, specifically they come from. Insulting "rednecks" is just as bigoted as somebody insulting any other group.
  13. Just because you don't like a group of people or what they believe in you shouldn't be throwing insults like that. You'd be the first to jump on a "redneck" for saying something about another group of people. I've known many "rednecks" and all of them have been great people and none of them have been "backward ass" as you so nicely put it.
  14. A vaccine has already been created in record time. Unfortunately, the testing needs to go on for a fixed amount of time no matter what.
  15. Maybe Axl had inside info about the coronavirus outbreak and knew that at least the beginning of the tour would be postponed? After all, he has a great relationship with the Chinese government! :-)
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