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About walkunafraid

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  1. I know this thread is from long in the past, but I'm sitting here listening to my Kicking Television box set right now and basking in how amazing it sounds. Kind of funny that people initially balked at the price, and now it'll cost at least $300 to get a copy. No criticism toward the original posters, just a rumination on how vinyl has evolved over the years.
  2. $40 each. After the mandatory fees etc., I paid $98 total for a pair. Damn...that's like a 25% mark-up just for fees...that sucks.
  3. During the pre-sale, only a certain percentage of the tickets are made available (I think it's usually 15-20%, but I'm not completely sure about that). I believe they make a certain amounts of seats in each section avaiable during the pre-sales, and keep the rest for the public onsale (although this varies from to show to show). That being said, it is my strong opinion that there will be a chance of you getting better seats by waiting until 10 a.m. Saturday -- of course, you'll have to be quick, because there will be a ton of people trying for those tickets at the same time. Good luck.
  4. Yes, there is a box office at the Greek. Although the fires were around the Greek, they have not seriously affected the theatre and the venue and box office are still open. That being said, I can't suggest -- or not suggest -- trying the box office there because I have never done so myself. I recommend you call them (I'm sure you can find the number to the box office on their website) and ask if they'll even be open when the tickets go on sale. If they will be, ask them if there is an advantage to buying the tickets at the box office rather than over the Internet. I'm sure they'll be able t
  5. I was in Section B Row L for Arcade Fire. The seats looked great before the show, but when the band came on it seemed like they were further away than I thought. Strange how that worked out. Anyway, the Greek is pretty small, so you'll be able to see from almost anywhere. It's not like it's the Hollywood Bowl or something. I do prefer the Terrace to section B, though. As has already been said, it's closer, and the elevation is nice to have. I've heard it's hard to see the whole stage if you're sitting in a certain section of the Terrace, but I've never had that problem.
  6. The password is SKY. I made a whole thead for it in this forum. Guess you didn't see it on time.
  7. Yeah, Presale is on ticketmaster. You'll have to enter the code SKY in the appropriate box on the ticketmaster page when the sale page comes up in order to proceed. Good luck.
  8. Just got an email with the pertinent info: Wilco Plus special guest Richard Swift Wednesday, Aug 29; 7:30 pm The pre-sale is available from: Thursday, June 21 at 10:00 AM untill Friday, June 22 at 10:00 PM, or while supplies last. Enter Code: Sky for pre-sale tickets! Good luck to anyone who tries!
  9. Wow...thanks for the seating chart. My seats look great! It's been a while since I've gotten big-time luck with seats for a show...the last two shows I saw at the Greek (Arcade Fire and Fiona Apple / Damien Rice) I was in section B, which is fine and still beautiful, but there's nothing like being right up front. I'll be singing and boogie-ing away, and it will be nice to know that there will be nobody in front of me. Thanks for your help.
  10. Cool. How was the view to the stage from there? According to the seating chart it looks like they're the very last seats on the outer edge of the row. How'd it work out that nobody sat in front of you?
  11. Tried to go for Pit tickets, but it said there were none left. Then tried for Reserved tickets, and great luck! date time event quantity ticket type delivery type subtotal Aug 29, 2007 7:30 PM Wilco 2 RSVD US Priority Mail (USA) $80.00 USD ticket total shipping fees service fees ORDER TOTAL $80.00 USD $6.50 USD $9.20 USD $95.70 USD SEAT ASSIGNMENTS date event section row seat 8/29/2007 7:30:00 PM Wilco SEC A ROW B 38, 40
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