So, so sad that good people who want to see good music have such a hard time getting tickets. I'm looking for 2 - 4 tickets for any night or a 3 day pass, just like all my other fellow Dead Head brothers and sisters out there.
I need a miracle!
Good luck everyone!!!! Hope you all make it to the show.
Looking for a couple for all three days.
We are both sincere fans and will use the tickets we buy ourselves. Back in '95, I saw Three Rivers and the first night of Deer Creek and had tickets to the 2nd night but that show was canceled. It was a bit ugly. Decided not go on to Chicago and I missed that Shakedown and Unbroken Chain that last night... ever ... which I have regretted for many years.
I am happy for you if you got your tickets! If you happen to have a couple of extras I would love to have them. I NEED A MIRACLE! Redemption... I'll get a new start, live the life I should. I'll get up and fly away!
Not sure the best way to safely pay you but we can work it out. Willing to pay a bit over face for your time and effort but not looking to put money in a scalper's pocket.
Looking for two tickets for any of the three days...I'll pay your costs, and guarantee stories for life.
Thanks, and listen to the river sing sweet songs to rock your soul.
George aka email@example.com
Hello! Just looking for a pair of 2 or 3-day passes for the anniversary shows in Chicago. I sent in my envelope to GDTS TOO and got the rejection letter...TM public on-sale was a mess and StubHub is ridiculously unkind. So if anyone has some tix they can't use, send me a PM and I'll be glad to take them off your hands! :P
Ok just got shut out of TM - literally sold out inside of 5 seconds...this is sad. I am now at the mercy of sellers. Please I hope someone on this site has a heart and can share just one last time. Stubhub (that evil seller) has floor tix for $1200 up to $2500 - so mail order people cashing in. The worst seats in the house are going for $600...please anyone...
I guess nothin left to do but smile, smile, smile...I will say thank you to the boys for putting it on and I hope it is everything I remember it to be (and I saw them on their rockiest tour - 95). All of you with tix, enjoy. I will be there in spirit.
Tried for VIP tickets this AM, gone in very short time, like 15 minutes. First time was at Woodstock and about 400 shows afterwards. Almost thought of putting in dying of something I am so desperate. But even I have limits. I already have my flight and hotel. OK I am begging. My daughters are to old to be offered up. Ok I don't have limits. BEGGING.
After 5 weeks of intense anticipation I was unfortunate to have received the dreaded pinky. However, I do live in the Chicago area and I am next to public transportation to and from the city. I am offering any family oriented person/group housing accommodations in exchange for a single golden ticket. I can accommodate up to 4. This offer includes pick up and drop off at airport as well. Imagine not having to deal with making transportation or housing plans after this long wait. Your chariot awaits.
Please consider this invitation when making your plans to visit our great city. Please PM me
Thanks for the heads-up.
Sure hoping tomorrow is a better day! No luck like many with mail order and this morning with CID ticket packages -- sure hope to get lucky with TM tomorrow. Hope some kind soul will end up with a spare ticket... Thanks! (Needless to say any extras I end up with if I get lucky tomorrow will be made available here at cost.)
Peace and happiness to all,
I will take two for any night if you can spare them - I just got my pinky yesterday.
please email at david.elwood at usask.ca
I am desperate - I saw them back in the 90's but was just a kid and planning to run away with the circus when...well we know what happened. I feel like I am walking around selling peanut butter with a cardboard sign around my neck - just need some tix...and another show to make it to.
EDIT: One thing I forgot to add - despite getting my pinky and the horror and sadness that came with relying on the heartless beast known as TM tomorrow; I think we owe Elvis and the people at GDTS a HUGE thanks for all the work they did. That must have been a horrible task deciding who gets tix and (mostly) who doesn't.