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Old 10-09-2005, 03:44 AM   #1
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INXS - World Tour 2006

It starts in Vancouver on January 18th


Curiosity has got the better of me and I'm hoping to get tickets



January 18: Vancouver (Queen Elizabeth Theater)

January 19: Seattle (Paramount Theater)

January 20-21: Lincoln City, Ore. (Chinook Winds Casino)

January 23: Oakland, Calif. (Paramount Theater)

January 25: Pala, Calif. (Pala Events Center)

January 26: Highland, Calif. (San Manuel Casino)

January 27: Los Angeles (Gibson Amphitheatre)

January 28: Las Vegas (Mandalay Bay Events Center)

January 30: Denver (Convention Center)

February 1: St. Charles, Mo. (Family Arena)

February 2: Kansas City, Mo. (Midland Theater)

February 3: Minneapolis (Orpheum Theater)

February 4: Chicago (Chicago Theater)

February 7: Toronto (Massey Hall)

February 8: Detroit (Masonic Temple Theater)

February 10: Boston (Wang Center)

February 11: Atlantic City, N.J. (Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa)

February 12: New York (Avery Fisher Hall)

February 15: Reading, Pa. (Sovereign PAC)

February 16: Uncasville, Conn. (Mohegan Sun)

February 17: Upper Darby, Pa. (Tower Theater)

February 18: Washington, D.C. (Warner Theater)
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A world tour that only tours one continent

On second thoughts, tis probably best this way. INX$ would be eaten alive over here.
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Don't worry beli...

Most world tours include Europe too

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A world tour that only tours one continent
yeah, i know!

oh well they're not coming to my city anyway. i wouldn't have seen them anyway, though.
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Wow, another Queen + Paul Rodgers!!!! Cool!!!!




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I'm unfamiliar with nearly all these venues... What size are they?

I am familiar with theatres, arenas and stadium sized venues around the US but these I've never heard of. Can I get some rough size estimates?

Also... the aren't coming to Austrlaia.
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No Tim, this is a good thing!
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Why I want too see them come and etch in stone their Australian legacy... by playing a one night run at a half-full Metro.

I would see them if they came... if the tickets were <$20.
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I'm unfamiliar with nearly all these venues... What size are they?
they seem pretty small. a couple thousand? maybe a few thousand in some cases?
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just as an aside The Wang Center is a beautiful place. It's named after Dr. An Wang who started what used to be a very successful company, Wang Laboratories. The family donated $ to restore the Wang Center, so that's how it got its' name
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they seem pretty small. a couple thousand? maybe a few thousand in some cases?
Thanks.

I hope that INXS plane that was featured so heavily during the opening credits of the show gets a good work out on the tour.
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I would see them if they came... if the tickets were <$20.
US Tickets are $35 - $65 according to Ticketmaster


And I'm kind of glad they're not coming near where I live because I almost would have felt compelled to go if they had... It's fun being a purist
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Why I want too see them come and etch in stone their Australian legacy... by playing a one night run at a half-full Metro.

I would see them if they came... if the tickets were <$20.
Are you in Sydney, Tim? I always thought you were in Brissy for some reason.

The Metro or the The Hordern should get a handful of people. Even the Ent Cent if they've appealed to enough ignorant teens with this pay-tv craptology.

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What did Bono say about INXS/michael hutchence at a show the other night?
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They are coming to Seattle and I won't be going. The Paramount is a cool venue though. A very old theater with chandaliers and stuff. There are seats in the balcony but the floor is usually GA for these types of shows.

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