Posts by Kevfenton

    Completely agree. Another factor in my mind is the risk to the band that touring this year might pose. Perhaps not to Nic Collins, but the rest of them are (at least) in their mid to late sixties!!!!!

    Don’t know if this helps everyone on here but certainly the UK Tickemaster site is clear that refunds are available for rescheduled shows not just cancelled ones. I know because I have just checked it. I have £790 at stake for three shows in December (Leeds x 2 and Manchester) that almost certainly now will be postponed. I guess it is already known that they will be postponed but they are likely working out new dates before announcing. They need to hurry though, a lot of people have travel and hotels booked as well. I guess one difficulty might be that revised UK dates may now have to push forward US dates that weren’t yet announced but were very likely slated for Spring/Summer 2021. The other thing is just when can any gigs by any band be safely rescheduled before late spring next year anyway ? And even then..??? ‘ ‘How can you fight a foe so deadly...’

    isn’t it now the case that ticketmaster don’t have to refund unless the gigs are cancelled as mentioned above?, my partner read somewhere that they recently changed their terms and conditions?. So returning tickets isn’t an option if you for example can’t attend on so and so a date due to a prior work commitment for example. I may be wrong in that. I guess it could all be a technical matter of when Ticketmaster changed their terms and conditions?, if you bought tickets for such and such a show and the terms of purchase changed after you bought those tickets then maybe they have to honour the original purchase terms. I don’t know maybe someone else more experienced can comment?. I have around 10 concerts lined up over the coming months and fingers crossed they don’t reschedule or push back and I end up with two shows on the same night!. Saying that I’m supposed to be seeing Jeff Beck next Month and it’s still showing as tickets are on sale so it’s all up in the air!.