Thanks for this option, 10C and for taking the time to read. I'm pretty sure others have posted asking about this, but would you consider single ticket purchases for the 10C lottery? That is, allowing purchase of either 1 or 2 tickets. This lessens the expense for people traveling solo and opens up the lottery for people who may not be able to pay for the purchase of 2 tickets up front, but could for one. Thanks!
The Ten Club floor split needs to really be at all shows, not just some of them. As good as Krakow was, I think it could have been even better with the TC-only area at the front. Compare that with the Italy shows (I know they were stadiums, but still). Thanks!
I hate to
say it, but merch at shows...
I am not
sure if there was a deliberate decision to limit the number of button badges,
stickers and posters for the EU tour, bit it is something which has been a
cause of frustration (and some upset) for fans.
I'm not a
collector, but I do like a memento from shows, I am happy with a badge and a
sticker but these have vanished from stands nigh on immediately. Limits, if in
place, do not seem to have been adhered to by the staff on the merch stands at
most venues. People have been buying tens of badges and stickers, of the
already limited supply, which has meant the rest of us don't stand a chance.
that being on the rail now requires what feels like days before the show to be
camped outside, however, for a badge and a sticker should it really be the
same? People who are working, have families, and in some cases are disabled are
not able to get anything.
Mr T Surt
has said that no more badges/stickers will be made available, they are show
only merchandise. At least with posters there is the opportunity of an AP.
can't be rectified now unless the decision to repress is reversed, please
consider this for future shows. I will now try to barter/trade for badges I am
missing. When you're not a collector that's increasingly harder to do.
possible solution be that:
- 10C sell 1000 pairs of tickets.
- 2000 badges, stickers and posters
are made for 10C ticket holders
- Alongside/near ticket pick up or 10C
early entrance then each Member is offered 2 of each item (one for them, one
for their ticket buddy).
- Those items left at the time for
entry for general ticket access get transferred to the main merch stands (on
top of any allocation they are given in advance)
been pondering this after talking to a disabled fan at a show this tour. There
are fans who have a disability or those that have a chronic illness, who will
never get the chance to be on the rail, hence no chance for a pick or a
tambourine etc. Others, if they wished, could spend three days outside of a
venue to get on the rail and increase the chances of receiving these items. It is
not physically/mentally possible for a wide variety of reasons for some fans.
Is there a way that the band during sound check or that crew could sometimes
place picks (at least) in seats or on the wheelchair platforms - small things
that increases the inclusiveness of your shows for your entire fan base.