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Creed Reveals ‘20-10’ Tour

12:01 PM Monday 4/19/10 | |

In its ever-continuing effort to make the world a better place, Creed announces its “20-10” tour where the top ticket price is $20.

Having reunited with singer Scott Stapp in 2009, Creed is now ready to tackle one of the most important issues facing humanity today – the ever-rising cost of concert tickets – by setting an “all-in” price for the first 2,010 reserved seats at each venue on the tour for only $20. The “all-in” designation means the $20 price tag is the complete price and there will be no tacked-on service charges or other hidden fees. After those are gone the remaining tickets will cost either $10 or $20 plus all applicable fees.

  • Creed

    Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Irvine, Calif.
    September 30, 2009

    (Dave Needle)

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The tour begins July 28 near D.C. in Bristow, Va., at Jiffy Lube Live July 28, plays Darien Center, N.Y. at the Performing Arts Center July 31 and lands in Mansfield, Mass., for a show at Comcast Center Aug. 3.

Other stops include Cuyahoga Falls near Cleveland at Blossom Music Center Aug. 8, Cincinnati at Riverbend Music Center Aug. 13 and Atlanta at Aaron’s Amphitheatre At Lakewood Aug. 29. Last gig on the schedule is The Woodlands, Texas, at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Sept. 4.

Not all dates will include the “20-10” ticket deal. Without specifying the reason (or reasons), the band’s Mt. Pleasant, Mich., show at Soaring Eagle Casino July 30 will not offer the promotion. Other stops not included in the deal are Casino Rama Entertainment Centre near Orillia, Ont., Aug. 5; Sparta, Wis., at Fort McCoy Army Base Aug. 7; Sturgis, S.D., at Rock N the Rally at Glencoe Campground Aug. 10 and Gilford, N.H., at Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion Aug. 20.

A Citi cardmembers presale begins April 21, while general onsales for select markets begin April 23. For more information, click here for the Creed website.


Comments

  1. tchadwick1 wrote:

    10:40 AM, Apr 20, 2010

    I would think alot of this, too, is because in many venues during their tour last fall, they were struggling to sell the amount of tickets they did during their heyday 10 years ago. This will help fill the venues.

  2. Livewolf wrote:

    09:04 AM, Apr 20, 2010

    I WOULD PUBLICLY LIKE TO THANK CREED FOR STEPPING UP TO THE PLATE & HAVING THE GUTS & DECENCY TO DO THIS!  THIS ATROCITY HAS GONE FAR ENOUGH & SINCE THE PUBLIC SEEM TO BE UNABLE OR UNWILLING TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT, IT'S TIME FOR SOME OF THE ARTISTS TO DO THEIR PART!

  3. Ol' Road Dawg wrote:

    02:08 PM, Apr 19, 2010

    img.photobucket.com/.../EJHC2.jpg

    ...'nuff said.



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