Radiohead Live in Taipei

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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby the bear » 09 May 2012, 08:55

Burnska wrote:Hello all!! Like many of you, I am simply dying to find a ticket to the radiohead show this summer. I am currently concocting plans, like, dress up like Thom Yorke and tell them I'm the main act, advertise my firstborn as payment, storm the guards, camp outside of nangang for the entire 24 leading up to the show, or simply just pay a reasonable amount for a ticket like everyone else. Somebody help this girl out!


If you turn up to the venue at about 6.30 on the day I guarantee you there'll be scalpers selling tickets. My only worry in this instance is there could be a lot of people looking to buy.
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby Burnska » 09 May 2012, 14:06

Thanks bear. That I will definitely do, but would like it to be a last resort. Ideally I could get my hands on one before the date so I don't have to worry about chasing one down that day. Folks lemme know if you know anything!
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby sandman » 09 May 2012, 14:12

I can get two or four NT$2000 per ticket. I'd let 'em go for NT$7,000 per. I already got a wee fellow who will stand outside the venue and get a shitload more, but for a Forumosian I can cut a deal if you strike me as worthy.
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby sandman » 09 May 2012, 15:59

Sorry, tickets gone. Damn! That was quick! :thumbsup:
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby r8kala » 16 May 2012, 00:15

NOBODY else has Radiohead tickets?? :((
I just need ONE.
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby citizen k » 17 May 2012, 08:54

I have four, but they are spoken for. :wink:
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby Super Hans » 17 May 2012, 10:59

I really should have bought more and kept them for longer. What a lack of foresight on my behalf.
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby the bear » 17 May 2012, 11:09

Anyone going to Lady Kaka tonight or tomorrow?
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby sunberry » 17 May 2012, 12:20

the bear wrote:Anyone going to Lady Kaka tonight or tomorrow?


I wish I could, the tickets are so expensive even though I have a bit spare money, I don't want to spend it because the ticket prices are higher than any of her other tour concerts in Asia because of the organizers in Taiwan so I won't.
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Re: Radiohead Live in Taipei

Postby Radiohead2012 » 21 May 2012, 13:16

I have an extra A-section ticket. PM me with a price, best price takes takes it. :discodance:
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