Saturday, May 03, 2008

Tour dates

While we are all waiting for The Press Conference to happen, speculations are buzzing. Sold Out Event Tickets has some European locations for the upcoming Glitter and Doom tour: Manchester, London, Amsterdam and Paris. Even Madrid and Milan are mentioned. Please beware: this is as unofficial as they come...

14 comments:

CCC said...

Intersting to note that Marc Ribot has no bookings for late July or the whole of August.

Ray said...

Unfortunately, Ribot has apparently specifically said he will not be involved in the upcoming tour. Neither will Duke.

CCC said...

Has he? Where did this come from?

Andrew Kirell said...

Yeah, where did Ribot say that? I'd be upset if he wasn't on this tour, but it wouldn't be the end of the world. Gotta take what you can get when it comes to Waits tours. Anyone have any idea how much tickets generally cost on the Orphans Tour?

Simon said...

Yes. If anyone could direct me to Ribot's statement about this tour my wallet and I would be ever so grateful.

Postini said...

In 2004 tickets were about 120 euros, i went to the three nights in Berlin and it was the best money i ever spent...can't wait until monday.

ben said...

tickets to shows in the US (chicago and detroit) were $75 each I believe. but again, the best money i have ever spent.

Phil said...

Tickets for London in 2004 were about £60/70. Most expensive gig I've ever been to.

Mahood said...

Does Tom usually hold a press conference when he's about to announce a tour? Has he ever done this before?

Andrew Kirell said...

Here's to hoping for a NYC date in the summer...

Ray said...

Someone contacted both Duke and Ribot by email, inquiring about the upcoming tour. Both replied back saying they did not know anything, as they would not be involved.

sofia said...

IT'S UP! THE "PRESS CONFERENCE" IS UP!

Ryan said...

PEHDTECKJMBA!

bookgirl66 said...

anyone got any ideas about when the tickets will go on sale? i'm going to be biting my fingernails down to bloody nubs till i have the tickets in hand.