Nerf Blaster11 December 2009 at 9:34pmPosts: 1 (0 today)Status: offline
Come on Peter, play fair.
Not only is the O2 arena probably the worst venue in the U.K. because of its size, the ticket prices are horrendous. My 11 year old son is desparate to see you live, but we would not want to take him to the O2.
How about playing some more smaller venues at a decent price.
Don't forget your fans. It seems a shame that you have tp put on a show where paying over £45 would get you a seat so far away that you are just a spot on the stage.
Please please please show some charity to your fans and play somewhere smaller so we can see you and appreciate your music in a venue that would compliment the music that we are desparate to hear.
NikkiG12 December 2009 at 9:44amPosts: 110 (0 today)Status: offline
Hi Nerf Blaster
It would be really good to have seen Peter do a concert as part of the Forestry Commissions Live Music series that is taking part across really beautiful locations across the UK (Keane are doing one near us in Kent).These would have been something along the lines of Blickling Hall.and would have been perfect for the smaller PG fans too!
I'm really sorry to hear your 11yr old is missing out, but i can totally understand that the O2 would be a bit too daunting for them.
I'm taking an extremely excited 15yr daughter whose been there before and knows what to expect.
prickespons12 December 2009 at 10:27amPosts: 109 (0 today)Status: offline
There are still great seats available close to the stage due to the second date being added, and when you compare the price to the likes of the Bon Jovi tour and many others £45 is very reasonable!!! the 02 is a very tidy venue and i love seeing artists perform there
cio12 December 2009 at 9:47pmPosts: 19 (0 today)Status: offline
Hi Nerf Blaster,
Must admit that this is the first PG UK tour since 1986 that I have missed. Didn't buy a ticket out of principle because of the price. Probably would have paid the price for a more intimate gig though, but not the O2.
I was at the Blickling Hall gig and this was just perfect.
Fingers crossed for a bit more reasonably priced tour next time.
mbrindley12 December 2009 at 11:43pmPosts: 30 (0 today)Status: offline
are you for real?! I saw Oasis, Coldplay and U2 this year and all were significantly more expensive (U2 was £120 a ticket), plus the O2 is probably the best venue now in the UK.