and Birmingham and Manchester were all just selling out. I just
KNEW I didn't have that much time until all the tickets were gone.
My God, it was a CONSPIRACY that all the concerts I could make it
to would go on sale on the same DAY. That has GOT to be a conspiracy
or something. (I'm still not over it.) With a bleeding heart, I
gave up on London :*(
went to the other show also on sale on Ticketmaster. (Birmingham
was supposed to have gone on sale on the same day but it must have
been another dealer cuz there was no link on Ticketmaster.) Clicked
on MANCHESTER and crossed my fingers. No British concerts just would
NOT be cool. The pages loaded slowly, but slowly they came through...
one by one. First the splash page for the venue. Then, the form
to request tickets. Then the loading to the server page. Then....
the offer. It offered me two Manchester tickets. My Mastercard was
out of my pocket and the number into the computer before you could
i didn't notice
which night it was for. I didn't notice the seats I had gotten.
I didn't care. I have never been to Manchester in my life... Come
to think of it, I have never been to Northern England in my whole
entire earthly existence. It didn't matter. I was sure a train or
plane or dump truck would get me there... or my own two feet would
get me there from London if it came to that. It didn't matter. I
When I checked
on Earl's Court later that night, every ticket was gone. At least
most of them. I couldn't get the website to offer me tickets to
any of the recently added-on shows. It's all a damn conspiracy!
:) When I checked again the next night, everything was gone. I still
regret that, but at least I'll have Manchester...