Post by Sugarknickers on Feb 8, 2005 16:21:44 GMT -5
Tickets for "An Evening with Tori Amos" at the 92nd Street Y go on sale Wed, February 9th at 9:00AM, but only in person or by phone Posted Mon, Feb 07, 2005 - 5:22pm ET | Tour
Update: Here are the latest updates about "An Evening With Tori Amos: Women and Music" which takes place on Thursday, February 24, 2005 at the 92nd St Y (Kaufmann Concert Hall) in New York City (92nd St at Lexington Ave) at 8:00PM:
1) Tickets definitely go on sale Wednesday morning, February 9, 2005 at 9:00AM ET. However, according to 92y.org, you can NOT purchase the tickets online. You will only be able to purchase tickets by phone at 212-415-5500 or in person at their box offices at 92nd and Lexington and at the Steinhardt Building. I have reports that claim the number of tickets remaining is small and will sell out very quickly Wednesday morning. Thanks to the many people who emailed me about this.
2) As I reported earlier, the event will consist of Tori having a conversation and Q&A with Ann Powers. However, an official source tells me that due to logistical and technical reasons, Tori will NOT be performing/singing. This is a promotional event in conjunction with the release of the new book Tori Amos: Piece by Piece, which hits bookshelves on February 8, 2005.
her concerts are boring. i got shhhhed at her concert. d**n boring ass concert. people just stood there and starred at her. no one even singing. S U C K E D ! if i want to listen to a cd, i'll listen to a cd. that is not a concert!
I've been to two boring concerts - TOOL and Marilyn Manson. Maynard was fine, but the rest of the band looked like they couldn't be bothered with having to perform live. Marilyn Manson was just f**king ridiculous. Social Distortion was boring, too, but only cause I don't really listen to them.
By far the best performances I've seen were Tori, NIN, and The Mighty Bosstones (though they would've been better if it weren't for all the skinheads).