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Old 07-03-2013, 11:15 PM   #61
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ya but those shows were sell outs because there weren't any other muse shows around that time. before the Nassau show they play in Boston, CT, TWO shows at MSG and at the IZOD center. that's 5 shows in the preceding 9 days in the same metro area. especially when MSG and IZOD attract the same area populations.

that said, i agree that can definitely very well be a fall tour date where those people that missed out on all these shows will look to get good seats
yes. You do have a point there. And I am one of those people who missed out on these shows...
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Old 07-03-2013, 11:43 PM   #62
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They should've rescheduled it for the fall leg. Give it more time to sell, and maybe some people from the other 3 shows would want to come back. Both MSG shows are sold out, not sure about IZOD but probably pretty close. The only reason I can think of why they wouldn't have just moved the show to the fall is because they have a different NYC area venue already lined up for the fall.

Now the Cincinnati show had 4,983 tickets sold, yet the show still went on. How poorly must the Nassau Coliseum show have been selling to warrant being cancelled? Evidently there is a bottom line, financially speaking, and Cincy was in the black (aka profitable or at least broke even), whereas this Uniondale show was going to be in the red.
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Old 08-03-2013, 11:26 AM   #63
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They should've rescheduled it for the fall leg. Give it more time to sell, and maybe some people from the other 3 shows would want to come back. Both MSG shows are sold out, not sure about IZOD but probably pretty close. The only reason I can think of why they wouldn't have just moved the show to the fall is because they have a different NYC area venue already lined up for the fall.

Now the Cincinnati show had 4,983 tickets sold, yet the show still went on. How poorly must the Nassau Coliseum show have been selling to warrant being cancelled? Evidently there is a bottom line, financially speaking, and Cincy was in the black (aka profitable or at least broke even), whereas this Uniondale show was going to be in the red.
yes. Maybe that NYC area venue is The Prudential Center in NJ....
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Old 10-03-2013, 03:46 PM   #64
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Ah...here we go. The U.S. Bank Arena in OH holds 15,000 people for concerts. And only 4,983 tickets where sold for muse. Making 71% of tickets sold, meaning a gross revenue of $220,523. Meaning that it nearly 8,000 tickets where not sold, making a 12,000 capacity audience. This NY show must of sold less than 4,000 tickets to be canceled. There is always hope for August/September.
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Ah...here we go. The U.S. Bank Arena in OH holds 15,000 people for concerts. And only 4,983 tickets where sold for muse. Making 71% of tickets sold, meaning a gross revenue of $220,523. Meaning that it nearly 8,000 tickets where not sold, making a 12,000 capacity audience. This NY show must of sold less than 4,000 tickets to be canceled. There is always hope for August/September.
i dont normally go grammar nazi here, but just so you dont get called out in the future, you were looking for "were" not "where"
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Old 18-04-2013, 06:29 PM   #66
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Moody Just found out yesterday...

I bought my tickets at the box office in Nassau Coliseum so I never received notification that the show was cancelled!

I just found out yesterday by pure luck. I recieved an email from the Bowery about upcoming show and it showed Muse at Izod but not at Nassau. I thought it was strange so when I clicked the link, it said the Nassau show was canceled.

So now I just bought crappy tickets at Izod and I have to take off of work tomorrow (so that I can sit in NY/NJ rush hour traffic for 3 hours).
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