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Just a heads up - hope this is the right place to put it - as its not a deal - just infomation...........just got this in an email......... Priority booking for LADY GAGA opens 9.00am tomorrow …
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Just a heads up - hope this is the right place to put it - as its not a deal - just infomation...........just got this in an email.........

Priority booking for LADY GAGA opens 9.00am tomorrow

The Monster Ball starring Lady Gaga

With special guest Semi Precious Weapons

Following her sensational sold-out M.E.N Arena show last month, Lady Gaga has announced she will return to Manchester this summer.

Tickets for the Wednesday 2 June concert go on sale to the general public this Friday but, as a subscriber of men-arena.com, you can buy yours between 9.00am tomorrow (Wednesday 10th) and 12.00noon Thursday 11th March. Simply click on the 'find tickets' button below.

The biggest selling new artist of last year returns with The Monster Ball Tour, described in the media as "one helluva ride", "awe-inspiring" and "the best live show you will see this year".

Lady Gaga

Wednesday 2 June 2010
M.E.N Arena, Manchester
Standing Tickets & Seated Tickets

TERMS & CONDITIONS: Tickets are subject to a booking/transaction fee. The above pre-sale is only available online and is not open for phone or Box Office bookings. Please note, if you experience problems with the above 'find tickets' link we recommend you highlight and copy and paste the link below directly into your internet browser.

Standing:http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/event/1F004468A9956487?did=uklnvenps

Seated:http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/event/1F004468A8C56437?did=uklnvenps
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Do you know the prices of these ?
#2
welshboy
Do you know the prices of these ?


What a rip off, hope they don't sell and she palys to a half empty arena.

Promoters behind LADY GAGA's MONSTER BALL tour have defended the decision to raise prices for a newly announced string of gigs in Britain, insisting the inflated costs are "comparable and fair."

The singer kicked off her British trek in Manchester, England last month (Feb10), and after a high demand for tickets, she announced a new batch of gigs for May and June (10).

But fans have been left fuming after prices for the upcoming summer shows were hiked - seats for Lady Gaga's previous performances started at £27.50, while the summer concerts begin at £50.

One fan, Ric DICkinson, expressed his displeasure in a post on the star's official website, writing, "Will we be getting a brand new show when the tour comes back to the U.K. in May? Or will the show be the same and fans will be expected to pay £75 for a show that only cost them £27 to see months earlier?"

However, Arthur Fogel, chairman of global touring at concert promotion company Live Nation, has defended the move - insisting Lady Gaga's new shows will be bigger and better than her previous performances.

He tells the BBC, "Ticket prices for the previous dates were set long before the current Monster Ball show was developed. Ticket prices are comparable and fair.

"What was a small arena/theatre production is now a massive, first rate arena production."

The news comes just days after Lady Gaga postponed two dates on the current leg of her U.K. tour - the concerts in Sheffield and Nottingham, England were slated for this month (Mar10), but will now go ahead when the star returns to Britain in the summer (10).
banned#3
greg_68
Waaaaaahhhhh:cry::cry::-(:prop:


They're fair prices considering the prices on ebay and equivalent shows.
#4
FilthAndFurry
They're fair prices considering the prices on ebay and equivalent shows.


yaawwwwwwwn

It's hardly waaaahh, I wouldn't go if she was at the bottom of the garden.

Can you show me an artist with such a small back catalogue and so few hits to charge the same?
#5
Thanks for the heads up, at 9am tomorrow morning, I'll get a weird evil boost, knowing I wont be wasting my life going to see He-Man and be made to listen to its god awful music :thumbsup:

/end hate
#6
It says on Ticketmaster the Prices. It is wrong how they are exploiting people just like the touts do. But supply and demand, as long as theres demand they will want as much as they can get knowing people will pay it

Seating
£56.50 (£50.00 Ticket + £6.50 Fees)
£83.25 (£75.00 Ticket + £8.25 Fees)

Standing
£72.75 (£65.00 Ticket + £7.75 Fees)
#7
she is a performance artiste and has been for years before she made it ..... i dont think there is another a\rtist you could compare her with is there?
#8
casparwhite
she is a performance artiste and has been for years before she made it ..... i dont think there is another a\rtist you could compare her with is there?


Sue Pollard according to the Sun

http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01001/POL-1-682_1001317a.jpg
#9
whats with the hate.....she brings something to the pop party rather than all the blandness created by pop idol and that crap..........manufactured she is not

long live the reign of Ga Ga
banned#10
casparwhite
whats with the hate.....she brings something to the pop party rather than all the blandness created by pop idol and that crap..........manufactured she is not

long live the reign of Ga Ga


Couldn't agree more. It's rare that an artist like her actually produces such good 'pop' songs at the same time.

Can the moaner suggest a similar artist?
#11
FilthAndFurry
Couldn't agree more. It's rare that an artist like her actually produces such good 'pop' songs at the same time.

Can the moaner suggest a similar artist?


I'll take it I am the moaner, which is actually completely wrong I like Lady Gaga for exactly the reasons casperwhite says (wouldn't go and see her though), what I object to is the astronomical prices that are ripping her fans off.

re: prices still waiting for a comparable artist though F&F (think I'll be in for a long wait)
banned#12
greg_68
I'll take it I am the moaner, which is actually completely wrong I like Lady Gaga for exactly the reasons casperwhite says (wouldn't go and see her though), what I object to is the astronomical prices that are ripping her fans off.

re: prices still waiting for a comparable artist though F&F (think I'll be in for a long wait)


Mumford and Sons were going for £100 per ticket for their gig at the SBEmpire.

If that's what the market will bear, then I don't see the issue with £75 for a standing ticket.

But no, I'm not gonna trawl other gigs to find price comparisons. I think it's a fair price for what will be a great show.

If I was poor, I might moan too:whistling:
#13
seriously i think her live shows will be some kind of spectacular......she loves her fans and i will consider going along to 1 of her shows if im still here which is doubtful.
#14
FilthAndFurry
Mumford and Sons were going for £100 per ticket for their gig at the SBEmpire.

If that's what the market will bear, then I don't see the issue with £75 for a standing ticket.

But no, I'm not gonna trawl other gigs to find price comparisons. I think it's a fair price for what will be a great show.

If I was poor, I might moan too:whistling:


Nice cop out there F&F, in other word you once again can't find anyone.

You just keeping on trolling away to your hearts content.

£83 for seats, bet this doesn't sell out too quickly.
#15
Only problem with price increase is that she could be pricing out the younger fans and families. At the older prices it was more affordable for a family to go, but by almost doubling the cost some could struggle to afford the new costs. If it was all about the fans why not keep the prices similar and not almost double the tickets.
banned#16
greg_68
Nice cop out there F&F, in other word you once again can't find anyone.

You just keeping on trolling away to your hearts content.

£83 for seats, bet this doesn't sell out too quickly.


Saying I don't think it's expensive isn't trolling.

It's comparable to a decent seat at a Premier League football match, or a seat at Twickenham to watch England play terrible rugby.

It's an added date due to demand, it'll sell out so why not sell it for what the market will bear?
banned#17
anthonyt
Only problem with price increase is that she could be pricing out the younger fans and families.


Not true - 4 tickets cost £300.
#18
FilthAndFurry


If I was poor, I might moan too:whistling:


FilthAndFurry
Not true - 4 tickets cost £300.


Poor trolling attempt....better material needed
#19
boothy
Poor trolling attempt....better material needed


It's getting a bit pathetic now isn't it.
#20
greg_68
It's getting a bit pathetic now isn't it.


occasionally a newbie will bite,everyone else just cringes
#21
think she is entitled to a price increase of some sort-when she started touring 9 months ago she was the SUPPORT act for the pussycat dolls,then went on tour herself-the entire tour was set,and prices agreed before her second single hit and she took off big time. The original tour only had one stage set,now she has four different sets. She claims that her recent gigs LOST her money because she put a huge show on at small show prices.

Not sure the prices above 80 quid are justified tho-50 would be fair and comparable nowadays I reckon. I just paid 85 quid for mccartney and 88 for michael buble,and while its fair to say gaga outsold both last year,that isnt exactly an indicator that she will have the same longevity.

disagree tho with anyone who says it wont sell out immediately tho-I bet it will.
banned#22
barky
think she is entitled to a price increase of some sort-when she started touring 9 months ago she was the SUPPORT act for the pussycat dolls,then went on tour herself-the entire tour was set,and prices agreed before her second single hit and she took off big time. The original tour only had one stage set,now she has four different sets. She claims that her recent gigs LOST her money because she put a huge show on at small show prices.

Not sure the prices above 80 quid are justified tho-50 would be fair and comparable nowadays I reckon. I just paid 85 quid for mccartney and 88 for michael buble,and while its fair to say gaga outsold both last year,that isnt exactly an indicator that she will have the same longevity.

disagree tho with anyone who says it wont sell out immediately tho-I bet it will.


:w00t:

Buble seems like a nice guy, but whenever I see him perform I just think I could be watching a Frank/Dean/Sammy DVD instead.

(And now for some gentle mocking)

Do his tickets come with a discount voucher for HRT?

Does he have giant fans pointed at the audience to help deal with the hot flushes?
#23
Thanks, She is Fab !!!

All new stage set outfits etc, think thats why prices have gone up, People were paying upto £300 for 2 tickets on ebay, So I would rather buy from TM and be safe,.
:)

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