>>Having said that, the demand and scalping at Keswick was not as bad as other venues (maybe
>>because they were sold through the Keswick and was one of the first shows to go on sale,
>>maybe before the scalpers had their plans in place)
Given how things played out last week in the US, I think this is the only reason I was able to get tickets for Portland and Vancouver. These were the first North American shows on sale (or among the very first). The scalpers weren't initially tipped off to the potential demand. (Or, if I'm being cynical, TicketMaster wasn't aware and then later "sold" tickets to their own re-seller arms). I bought my Portland ticket either in the afternoon of the day of sale or the next day. By the time Seattle pre-sale and general sale happened, I was shut out within seconds of the on-sale times.
4.2. Re: Not Sure About the Strategy Here Posted by: "Robert Daniels" firstname.lastname@example.org daniels1975 Date: Tue Feb 28, 2017 2:31 am ((EST))I think if the switch to larger venues is to take place, it can only happenat venues that are all GA. How do they replicate the seats I have at theKeswick theater with ones at a larger venue. Having said that, the demandand scalping at Keswick was not as bad as other venues (maybe because theywere sold through the Keswick and was one of the first shows to go on sale,maybe before the scalpers had their plans in place), so I doubt that showwill see a move.