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Old 12-01-2018, 11:06 PM   #1
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Your 2019 Concert Calendar

Already a lot of shows announced and on sale for 2019, so why wait?

I already have several on the schedule going out to June. And that's in a U2, Radiohead, and Arcade Fire-free year. Definite theme going with my first time seeing acts that have been around a long time, and for which now is my last best chance to see some of them...

So far...

February 19 - Metric, Brooklyn
March 8 - Elton John, Brooklyn
March 16 - Massive Attack, NYC
May 18 - The Hives + Refused, Philadelphia
May 25 - Greta Van Fleet, Forest Hills
June 13 - The Rolling Stones, East Rutherford


I expect Muse will reveal their proper NYC date later this month, and am also waiting to see what Governors Ball will bring this year, otherwise I will see who tours and strikes my fancy as far as getting a ticket to...
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Two more just booked:

January 25 - Damien Rice, NYC
April 8 - Muse, NYC


So I already have at least one show a month booked for the first half of 2019.
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So is everyone taking 2019 off entirely from concerts?

Anyway, MSG was having a $20.19 special on this show and saw a seat not very high in the heavens so I grabbed one.

February 16 - Interpol, NYC
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Shaping up to be a quiet year for me. Am missing Rolling Stones and Snow Patrol due to a trip to Iceland (not too bummed about it, since ... hello, Iceland).

February 18 - Joan Osborne (singing Bob Dylan songs, I think? She's playing at a small venue that serves good food as well, and am going with friends so it should be fun. I always did like her.)

March 1 - Robyn

June 1 - Brandi Carlisle/Neko Case/Emmylou Harris

September 17 - Elton John
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Old 01-03-2019, 09:06 PM   #5
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2018 was fairly subdued compared to 2017 (even if you take out that U2 trip) for me concert wise, hoping for more acts I want to see making their way down here this year.


So far I only have:

Feb 9 Laneway Festival w/ Gang of Youths, Mitski, Courtney Barnett etc. @ Footscray Park
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January 13--LA Phil/John Adams--Adams and Glass
February 9--Steve Gunn
March 16--LA Opera: The Clemency of Titus
May 11--LA Opera: El Gato Montes
June 22--LA Opera: La Traviata
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January 25 - Damien Rice, NYC
February 16 - Interpol, NYC
February 19 - Metric, Brooklyn
March 8 - Elton John, Brooklyn
March 16 - Massive Attack, NYC
April 8 - Muse, NYC
May 18 - The Hives + Refused, Philadelphia
May 25 - Greta Van Fleet, Forest Hills
June 13 - The Rolling Stones, East Rutherford

Governors Ball lineup had very little to attract me this year so am giving that a pass. However, Shaky Knees in Atlanta has been a fest that has interested me since it started, I hear great things about atmosphere as well, and holding down the alt-indie rock fort as other fests become decidedly skewed towards pop and hip hop/rap. So, I saw an excellent hotel deal, and decided this is the year to take a detour to Atlanta on my way home from my spring trip to my Dad's Florida...

May 3-5 - Shaky Knees Festival (incl. Tame Impala, Beck, Cage the Elephant, Tears for Fears, Foals, Father John Misty, Tash Sultana, Jim James and many more...), Atlanta


Excited to hit the ATL again, my first time was for Radiohead almost 11 years ago. Next ticket sale I am watching out for is for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, good group even if Radiohead doesn't show.
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Really all of the big festivals appear super week this year.

I think so far I have Snow Patrol, Beirut, and VHS Collection. All DC.
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Really all of the big festivals appear super week this year.

I think so far I have Snow Patrol, Beirut, and VHS Collection. All DC.
I would have held out for the Woodstock lineups, but I don't camp and logistics are otherwise difficult, so will likely give those a pass anyway. Plus I am not confident that their lineups will have any must sees for me.
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February 9--Steve Gunn
March 5--LA Phil/Bryce Dessner--The Mapplethorpe Project
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January 25 - Damien Rice, NYC
February 16 - Interpol, NYC
February 19 - Metric, Brooklyn
March 8 - Elton John, Brooklyn
March 16 - Massive Attack, NYC
April 8 - Muse, NYC
May 3-5 - Shaky Knees Festival (incl. Tame Impala, Beck, Cage the Elephant, Tears for Fears, Foals, Father John Misty, Tash Sultana, Jim James and many more...), Atlanta
May 18 - The Hives + Refused, Philadelphia
May 25 - Greta Van Fleet, Forest Hills
June 13 - The Rolling Stones, East Rutherford

Never know who's going to pop up...just picked this up on AMEX pre-sale, gonna be a riot! It's turning into an action-packed first half...

May 31 - Bikini Kill, Brooklyn
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Picked this up on pre-sale today:

March 29 - Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, Brooklyn

I still have a glimmer of hope that Radiohead will show (yeah, I know Thom said he's not), but even if not, it is a good roster this year so it should be a great night. This was the last of the performances that I was specifically keeping watch for, now I will just see who pops up the rest of the year.
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Added this one on pre-sale this morning:

June 19 - Father John Misty/Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit, Brooklyn

Happy about this one because FJM was supposed to be playing Shaky Knees but dropped off (think he and his partner are having a baby then).
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Just been to see chvrches in Glasgow,Saturday February 16th.
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