Livenation or Ticket.com

nfaulk71nfaulk71 Posts: 5
edited February 2013 in The Porch
Who is selling the tickets for Wrigley? Livenation or Tickets.com.
I can't find info listed on either site.
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  • nfaulk71" said:
    Who is selling the tickets for Wrigley? Livenation or Tickets.com.
    I can't find info listed on either site.
    livenation is the promoter. tickets.com is the ticketing agent. i suspect you wont see anything on eithe rsite til saturday. your best bet is www.cubs.com
  • I was confused by this also. So we will have to go to Cubs website or tickets.com to get tickets. I guess no ticketmaster or live nation then. I wish something was on the ticket agency cocnerning this show
    This is Not For You
  • Thats why I am confused as well, you would think they might have something on their site that says " the tix go on sale on this date at this time!! But nothing
  • RE4790RE4790 Posts: 442
    Bum for this. Where are the links to the sale? I see nothing on cubs.com, tickets.com, or TM/LN sites.
  • yeah I could use some more info
    This is Not For You
  • I posted this in another thread, but Tickets.com is where you want to go. They won't put the info up until just before the on sale Saturday. Not sure why they do it this way but it has been like that for every concert at Wrigley.
  • RiotZactRiotZact Posts: 3,854
    Not sure if this is a stupid question but what does "10am local time" mean? That's the only info I've heard and it's from the ten club, so 10c local time? my local time? tickets.com local time? Chicago local time?
    My shows:
    6/15/09 Lyric opera house, Baltimore(Ed solo)
    10/27/09 Spectrum night 1, Philly
    5/9/10 Q arena, Cleveland
    6/25/11 Tower Theater, Philly(ed solo)
    9/22/12 Music Midtown, Atlanta
    10/11/13 Consol Energy, Pittsburgh
    10/27/13 1st Mariner, Baltimore
  • RiotZact" said:
    Not sure if this is a stupid question but what does "10am local time" mean? That's the only info I've heard and it's from the ten club, so 10c local time? my local time? tickets.com local time? Chicago local time?
    local time is central time zone.
  • RiotZactRiotZact Posts: 3,854
    ewokpelts" said:
    [quote="RiotZact"]Not sure if this is a stupid question but what does "10am local time" mean? That's the only info I've heard and it's from the ten club, so 10c local time? my local time? tickets.com local time? Chicago local time?
    local time is central time zone.[/quote]

    Cool thanks!
    My shows:
    6/15/09 Lyric opera house, Baltimore(Ed solo)
    10/27/09 Spectrum night 1, Philly
    5/9/10 Q arena, Cleveland
    6/25/11 Tower Theater, Philly(ed solo)
    9/22/12 Music Midtown, Atlanta
    10/11/13 Consol Energy, Pittsburgh
    10/27/13 1st Mariner, Baltimore
  • kasedougkasedoug Posts: 1,442
    Wish it was Live Nation. Got my hopes up when I saw they were promoting it since I'm always building up LN credit in their app and I'm almost at a $40 certificate.
  • RE4790RE4790 Posts: 442
    kasedoug" said:
    Wish it was Live Nation. Got my hopes up when I saw they were promoting it since I'm always building up LN credit in their app and I'm almost at a $40 certificate.
    I also don't think Live Nation uses the "waiting rooms" (independent ticket purchasing queues to reduce system load) like spawns of mlb.com and tickets.com use.
  • RE4790" said:
    [quote="kasedoug"]Wish it was Live Nation. Got my hopes up when I saw they were promoting it since I'm always building up LN credit in their app and I'm almost at a $40 certificate.
    I also don't think Live Nation uses the "waiting rooms" (independent ticket purchasing queues to reduce system load) like spawns of mlb.com and tickets.com use.[/quote]yeah but livenation is ticketmaster.
  • RE4790RE4790 Posts: 442
    ewokpelts" said:
    [quote="RE4790"][quote="kasedoug"]Wish it was Live Nation. Got my hopes up when I saw they were promoting it since I'm always building up LN credit in their app and I'm almost at a $40 certificate.
    I also don't think Live Nation uses the "waiting rooms" (independent ticket purchasing queues to reduce system load) like spawns of mlb.com and tickets.com use.[/quote]yeah but livenation is ticketmaster.[/quote]

    Then its a good thing its not 1995 anymore.
  • I believe the reason for this is tickets.com is the official ticketing partner of Major League Baseball. In fact, Tickets.com is owned by MLB. Therefore, the majority of tickets sold to most MLB stadium public event is managed through tickets.com and LN promotes and produces the show.
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