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Will we get live PJ shows, as we knew them, in 2021?

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  • SaravaSarava Naperville, ILPosts: 1,707
    No
    Doesn't look like it will happen this year :(
  • OceansJennyOceansJenny Manhattan, NYPosts: 1,702
    No
    Yeah right I’ll be lucky if I get vaccinated before the New Years ball drops, let alone see a concert. Prove me wrong world.
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  • Go BeaversGo Beavers Posts: 7,284
    Yeah right I’ll be lucky if I get vaccinated before the New Years ball drops, let alone see a concert. Prove me wrong world.

    You'll be vaccinated by July or sooner.
  • Weston1283Weston1283 Cleveland, OHPosts: 2,919
    edited January 24
    Yes
    If the band is as “cautious” as some people say, to the point where they feel Fall 2021 in the US is off the table, then why hasn’t Europe 2021 been canceled yet?  Seems like they’re hanging on to some hope there still

    I think the band wants to get back on the road more than a lot of people may think
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  • PB11041PB11041 EarthPosts: 2,401
    If the band is as “cautious” as some people say, to the point where they feel Fall 2021 in the US is off the table, then why hasn’t Europe 2021 been canceled yet?  Seems like they’re hanging on to some hope there still

    I think the band wants to get back on the road more than a lot of people may think
    basically this.  They will do the right thing one way or another.  Holding on to hope, whether that seems far fetched or not to some, is really not a high crime.  Everyone is in a rush to have the future clear, it is going to take time.  It is incredibly likely that within the next month Europe dates might get cancelled/postponed.  But waiting until it is absolutely certain seems pretty prudent if not okay to me.
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  • tschavtschav Posts: 1,949
    edited January 24
    No
    At this rate, rip the bandaid off and reschedule dates to next year so we’re not left guessing what’s to come this year. 

    If a one-off show is possible like Ohana or SHN, it’s a bonus for all of us in 2021 and hopefully they offer a streaming option to maximize the reach to fans globally. 

    Can’t imagine the logistics of returning to a more normal concert tour experience (let alone with multiple states handling it differently) would be a good business decision... unless they sold 1/3 as many tickets at 3x the price to offset lower attendance.

    As someone else mentioned, bands like RATM and PJ look like they’ll be doing an election year tour after all, but for the midterms.
  • tschav said:
    At this rate, rip the bandaid off and reschedule dates to next year so we’re not left guessing what’s to come this year. 

    If a one-off show is possible like Ohana or SHN, it’s a bonus for all of us in 2021 and hopefully they offer a streaming option to maximize the reach to fans globally. 

    Can’t imagine the logistics of returning to a more normal concert tour experience (let alone with multiple states handling it differently) would be a good business decision... unless they sold 1/3 as many tickets at 3x the price to offset lower attendance.

    As someone else mentioned, bands like RATM and PJ look like they’ll be doing an election year tour after all, but for the midterms.
    Please no.   Whenever we get past this last thing I want or we need is a political rally either side. Just want to be able to celebrate and let as loose as will be reasonable given the situation at that point and time. 
    Sorry. The world doesn't work the way you tell it to.
  • RatherStarvedRatherStarved Posts: 1,060
    If the band is as “cautious” as some people say, to the point where they feel Fall 2021 in the US is off the table, then why hasn’t Europe 2021 been canceled yet?  Seems like they’re hanging on to some hope there still

    I think the band wants to get back on the road more than a lot of people may think
    Europe is almost impossible.  Too soon, too many countries, not enough vaccines.

    Now, fall in North America? That could happen.
  • Lerxst1992Lerxst1992 Posts: 3,958
    tschav said:
    At this rate, rip the bandaid off and reschedule dates to next year so we’re not left guessing what’s to come this year. 

    If a one-off show is possible like Ohana or SHN, it’s a bonus for all of us in 2021 and hopefully they offer a streaming option to maximize the reach to fans globally. 

    Can’t imagine the logistics of returning to a more normal concert tour experience (let alone with multiple states handling it differently) would be a good business decision... unless they sold 1/3 as many tickets at 3x the price to offset lower attendance.

    As someone else mentioned, bands like RATM and PJ look like they’ll be doing an election year tour after all, but for the midterms.
    Please no.   Whenever we get past this last thing I want or we need is a political rally either side. Just want to be able to celebrate and let as loose as will be reasonable given the situation at that point and time. 
     the deadliest pandemic in 100 years was politicized, but let’s not do that to rock concerts? Didn’t rock music gain tremendous popularity because it was a vehicle for international protest in its infancy?
  • InsideJob75InsideJob75 Posts: 121
    No
    bbiggs said:
    mcgruff10 said:
    At this point it would be nice if they canceled the spring 2020 tour and refund people their money.
    I'm getting to this point as well.  I'm holding tickets to 3 shows still, but if we're staring down a 2+ year wait on those shows, and not knowing how they will look or which shows may get cancelled, it almost seems that scrapping the whole thing and starting over when they're ready to tour is the right move. 

    Fully agree -  the time where the band or most bands think of the fans first over the money are long since gone.  This is all about keeping the money as long as possible
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  • lastexitlondonlastexitlondon Posts: 6,973
    edited January 25
    No
    Euro haven't  even started  vaccinating  hardly at all. So usa may have many more vaccinated earlier  but still nowhere near safe. And I agree above I know I won't  be vaccinated  before Sept earliest
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  • tschav said:
    At this rate, rip the bandaid off and reschedule dates to next year so we’re not left guessing what’s to come this year. 

    If a one-off show is possible like Ohana or SHN, it’s a bonus for all of us in 2021 and hopefully they offer a streaming option to maximize the reach to fans globally. 

    Can’t imagine the logistics of returning to a more normal concert tour experience (let alone with multiple states handling it differently) would be a good business decision... unless they sold 1/3 as many tickets at 3x the price to offset lower attendance.

    As someone else mentioned, bands like RATM and PJ look like they’ll be doing an election year tour after all, but for the midterms.
    Please no.   Whenever we get past this last thing I want or we need is a political rally either side. Just want to be able to celebrate and let as loose as will be reasonable given the situation at that point and time. 
     the deadliest pandemic in 100 years was politicized, but let’s not do that to rock concerts? Didn’t rock music gain tremendous popularity because it was a vehicle for international protest in its infancy?
    Thank you for making my point.  
    Sorry. The world doesn't work the way you tell it to.
  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 64,869
    No


    Let's hope the immunity holds up. 
  • raindog80raindog80 Reggio Emilia, ItalyPosts: 816
    edited January 26
    No
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