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    1.  Rolling Stones w/ Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, and Gary Clark Jr. at Prudential Center December 15, 2012.  The Rolling Stones closed out their string of 50th anniversary shows in grand fashion at the Prudential Center with Special Guests Bruce Springsteen, lady Gaga, and Gary Clark Jr.  The show was broadcasted live on PPV.

    2. Bruce Springsteen & The E-Street Band at Met-Life Stadium, September 22, 2012.  The show was in a rain delay till after 10PM.  Bruce and the band played until 2AM on September 23, 2012, Bruce’s 63rd birthday.

    3.  12-12-12 “A Concert For Sandy Relief” at Madison Square Garden, December 12, 2012.  featured Bruce Springsteen & The E-Street Band, Bon Jovi, Paul McCartney, Alicia Keys, The Who, Roger Waters, Billy Joel, Kanye West, Chris Martin, David Grohl, Eddie Vedder, and more.   This Show does not make the number 1 concert of the year, because of what the concert organizers and ticketmaster did to shut out “regular fans” from attending this show. Tickets sold-out in seconds, and seconds later every scalper in the country had a pair of tickets selling for over 1000 dollars.  The show raised over 50 million dollars and was broadcasted on every local TV station around the globe.

    4. Coldplay and Jay-z at Barclays Center, December 31, 2012.  Coldplay and Jay-Z teamed up at the Tri-States newest venue to ring in the New Year.  Coldplay and Jay-Z rang in the new year with the Jay-Z hit song “Run This Town” to crowd of over 20k.

    5. Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw at Met-Life Stadium, August 11, 2012.  Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw teamed up for the first time ever and set records all over the country.  In NY/NJ they broke a country music attendance record with over 55k tickets sold. Together the two played a combined 44 songs. Kenny will bring his “No Shoes Nation” Tour to the Meadowlands for the 3rd straight year August 10, 2013.

    6. Jay-Z at Barclays Center, September 28, 2012– The first ever event at an arena is sure to make our top 10 list.  Jay-Z opened the brand new Barclays Center in Brooklyn performing 27 songs.  He currently owns about 1% of the Brooklyn Nets (NBA)

    7.  Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan at IZOD Center March 24, 2012 and PNC Bank Arts Center September 6, 2012– Jason Aldean has sold-out every show on his “My Kinda Party” Tour to date, with over 21k sold at IZOD Center and over 25k sold at PNC.  Jason Aldean is expected to continue this trend into 2013.

    8. Red Hot Chilli Peppers at Prudential Center, May 4/5, 2012– We have to admit we originally had these concerts at number 10, then realized what we were actually doing. RHCP probably gets the shaft on our top 10 list, they could easily be in the top 5, but the shows ahead of them were all so amazing, and all were sell-outs and record breaking nights.

    9. Mumford & Sons at Pier A in Hoboken, August 1, 2012–Mumford & Sons preformed to a crowd of over 15k people at the first major concert at Pier A in years. Tickets sold-out in minutes. Look for more concerts at Pier A in 2013.  Also Mumford & Sons has 4 area tour dates in support of their latest album “Babel”  Barclays Center Feb. 6 and 12 and Susquehanna Bank Center Feb 16 and 17. Tickets are sold-out.

    10. Madonna at Yankee Stadium, September 6/8, 2012.  Madonna again came through on her 2012 tour “MDNA”  While she might not be popular among a newer crowd of music lovers, she still brings a great show to her loyal fans.  Madonna sold out all of her area shows.

     


    Check out After The Reign and their tribute to Sandy Victims.

    After The Reign "Jersey Strong"


    Ticketmaster “Fair”?

    In the days after Hurricane Sandy, and while NYC and Jersey Shore residents began to survey the damage the superstorm and cause, it became increasingly obvious a concert was in the near future. On November 8th it was announced that the same people who organized the “The Concert For New York City” after 9/11 would organize “12-12-12 A Concert For Sandy Relief. While no artists were announced at the time, everyone in the Tri-State Area knew at least two of the artists would be Bruce Springsteen and The E-Street Band and Bon Jovi, and I’m sure a few others predicted Billy Joel and Paul McCartney as well. Most of the local population had the date marked on their calendar and planning to attend the show without even knowing the line-up. Two hurdles only remained, the first was seeing what tickets were going to cost, and the second was actually getting tickets to the event.

    The event line-up would come to include star studded acts like Bruce and E-Street, Bon Jovi, Billy Joel, Paul McCartney, Kanye West, Eric Clapton, Alicia Keys, Roger Waters, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Chris Martin (Coldplay), Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam), David Grohl (Foo Fighters). A line-up like this is more likely to be seen at a weekend long festival, but unfortunately it takes a tragedy to bring all these amazing performer’s on one stage for one night. What’s more unfortunate though is that the “true” fans of not only these bands, but of music in general get locked out of shows like this; the reason why, the secondary ticket market.

    It was announced that tickets for 12-12-12 would go on-sale on December 3rd at 12 noon eastern with a pre-sale for chase card-holders beginning at 9am eastern. As many people, we attempted to purchase tickets through the chase pre-sale and tickets instantly sold out. Not 2 seconds after, tickets were already being sold on the secondary ticket market for $500 a seat and up, meanwhile, the cheapest seats were $150. I have no problem with scalpers buying up tickets in order to re-sell them at a higher price, this is America, people have a right to make money. It becomes a problem for me when the average fan doesn’t have a fair shot at purchasing these tickets. At 12 noon eastern on December 3rd we once again were hitting the refresh button on our computers, but when the page refreshed, we continued to get only the chase pre-sale tickets and not the standard tickets. At this point all of the chase pre-sale tickets had been sold out for 3 hours, as only a limited amount of the 18k seats are available in that pre-sale. We continued to refresh that page until 12:09 when standard admission tickets final showed up on the Ticketmaster page, in the meantime thought we would try to purchased ticket on our iPhone app, and those tickets were available at 12 noon. By the time we thought to use our iPhone app at 12:01 tickets were already sold-out at every price range. The point is, how can Ticketmaster claim this to be a fair process when tickets on an iPhone app go on-sale at 12noon (when they are suppose to) and the internet tickets don’t go on-sale till 12:09? At the time of writing this piece, the cheapest ticket on Stub Hub was $624 with an email delivery fee of $4.95 plus a service fee of $62.40 bringing the total to $691.35, basically pricing everyone out of a show that is suppose to be a charity event.
    We as a group of music lovers need to step up and take action against a company with a history of shutting out the average fan, all the back to when Bruce Springsteen’s Jersey shows were on Ticketmaster’s re-sale site Tickets Now before tickets even went on-sale. I know that me writing this editorial isn’t going to change the way a billion dollar company does business, but I hope people become aware of the practices of this company. I wonder how many secondary ticket companies knew that the main website wouldn’t offer standard tickets till 12:09, and bought up tickets through the iPhone app? We’ll never know how many if any knew, but Ticketmaster needs to review what they claim “fair” is, because whatever they are doing now isn’t working. In a complaint to the Better Business Bureau, Ticketmaster wrote “Ticketmaster does whatever it can to make the ticket purchase process as fair, efficient, and user-friendly as possible”. The process is not fair, efficient, or user-friendly when consumers cant purchase ticket until 12:09.


    Joe Ciano 12/8/12


    ALL VENUES HAVE BEEN UPDATED—CHECK OUT WHEN YOUR FAVORITE BANDS AND ARTISTS ARE COMING TO OUR AREA!



    —-NYC MARATHON SCHEDULED FOR THIS WEEKEND HAS BEEN CANCELLED

    —-All concerts at Borgota Hotel and Casino in AC have been cancelled for this weekend.

    —-Aaron Lewis scheduled for November 4th at Starland Ballroom is Postponed–reschedule date TBA

    —-WISIN Y YANDEL 11/3 at MSG POSTPONED—RESCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 18, 2013–ALL TICKETS WILL BE HONORED

    —-State Radio and all shows this weekend at The Stone Pony are Postponed

    —–Caribbean Fever Music Festival scheduled for 11/2 at Barclays Center has been moved to December 17. Info on tickets & refunds: http://bit.ly/SpwkZI 

    —-Social Distortion and Matisyahu this weekend at Starland Ballroom have been cancelled. Refunds are available at point of purchase

    —–Brooklyn Nets vs New York Knicks Postponed till November 26—tickets purchased will be honored

    —-Smashing Pumpkins at Susquehanna Bank Center on 11/2 postponed till 12/8

    —-New York Red Bulls Playoff Home Game vs DC United for 11/3 has moved to DC on 11/3, RBNY home game moved till 11/7 at 8:00 PM



    PLEASE CHECK WITH THE VENUE OF THE CONCERT/EVENT BEFORE TRAVELING THERE.  MANY EVENTS OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS HAVE BEEN OR WILL BE CANCELLED/POSTPONED.  WHILE WE WILL TRY OUR BEST TO UPDATE YOU ON ALL OF THESE CANCELATIONS AND POSTPONMENTS, WE HAVE LIMITED INTERNET AND CELL SERVICE AT THIS TIME!  THANKS FOR YOU PATIENCE, HOPE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE ALL SAFE.

    TRI-STATE CONCERTS STAFF




    MAROON 5 w/ OWL CITY and NEON TREES coming to Madison Square Garden and IZOD Center—-please click the link for dates

     

    DAVE MATTHEWS BAND w/ THE LUMINEERS coming to Barclays Center–please click the link for dates

     

    MIRANDA LAMBERT w/ DIERKS BENTLEY coming to Boardwalk Hall in AC–please click the link for dates




    ENGLISH ROCK BAND MUSE coming to the NY/NJ area 4/15 playing Madison Square Garden and 4/19 playing IZOD Center.  

     

     

    MUSE formed in 1994 are and English rock band.Muse are an alternative rock band and are often associated with space rock and progressive rock.  Their music currently mixes sounds from genres such as electronic, hard rock, classical music and rock opera. The band was described as a “trashy three-piece” by Matthew Bellamy on the BBC during 2002

    MUSE will come to Madison Square Garden on 4/15/13 and IZOD Center 4/19/13


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    Dave Matthews Band coming to IZOD Center—

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