California girl. Family-oriented. Loves to dance, read, laugh, have intellectual conversations. Pensive. Tries to find inspiration in any & everything. Liberal but can be old-fashioned. Undefinable. Despises clichés. Fiercely Loyal. Oh yeah, and I ♥ The Weeknd.
So the cheapest Maxwell tickets for his Toronto show are $209. Yes you read the right. I don’t know why he’s trying to hurt me like this. Like literally, I’m crushed by this. If…
Damn, that sucks for the OP. I saw him for around $40 at the Hollywood Bowl. But that was 4 years ago. He is AH-MAY-ZING live, so so good. I’ll always remember that night. Still contemplating seeing him in June or whenever.
He’s actually worth the $200 bucks but damn, times is hard. 😐
Maxwell is a class act, there are very few artists outside of the Jazz genre or ‘World Music’ genre (whatever that means) and Maxwell is one of them but £125?Bwahahaha. 8 words- A fool and his money are soon parted.
Lol. It’s about the experience. And no, I’ve never paid that much to see anyone. I might, depending on who it is but maybe I won’t. Most I’ve paid is about $110 and that was to see The Weeknd, that was from a third party seller. It was a really good seat, there were a couple thousand people sitting behind me. ZERO regrets going to that show, I went by myself too(first time ever) and it was well worth it for me.
Gurl, I’m all about experience and all and by that I mean going backstage and meeting the artist-yes I’m shameless like that. I’ve met all my faves- pictures, CDs signed, traded ancedotes the works. And that is minus surrendering (in money terms) a terms worth of my daughter’s violin lessons. For £125 I’d expect much more than selected songs from his discography…some dry humping and serious groping would please plenty. What?Dontcha be lookin’ at me like that,we talkin’ Maxwell hurr.
Hahahaha, I’m not looking at you any kinda way, girl, cause I feel you. Women go crazy for the man, omg. The ladies behind us at the show were tipsy and yelling every 5 seconds, throughout the entire show, “I love you Maxxxxxwelllll”. It was hilarious. He’s raunchy, and women would throw their panties at him, and he picked them up too. Lol. Yeah, you should meet him, he seems like a nice guy and his set was like 1 hour 45 mins, and before that Common opened for him and his set was 45 mins. They also had Chrissette Michele opening but we got there a little late so we missed her. Overall, an awesome show. Good for you getting to meet the artists and go backstage, once in a lifetime type stuff. 👍👍
You missed Chrissette Michelle why?
Sorry, I draw a line at throwing knickers, so cliched.
Cause we were late, the area gets crazy when there’s a concert. So unless you want to pay 30-40$ for parking, you’re going to park 10 mins away, pay $5-6 at the end of night, and walk up to the Bowl. Heard her when we were getting our tickets scanned and purses checked but by the time we were finding our seats, she’d left the stage. Since they had two opening acts, they started the show earlier than they said they would. It happens. *shrug*
And throwing panties….I would never. What a waste anyway, lol.
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I didn’t even see your post til now. You said it all, especially in the last statement.
Er…said what now?
Ugh,sometimes tumblr is such a pain. I responded to this post:
"I wonder what the story is.The company was set up 20 yrs ago, seems like it really thrived and then somewhere along the way along came a private equity company and now it’s going burst? Hhmm. Seems like someone lost touch with her core base, over expanded and the rest is history."
What wow, I thought they were doing well partnering with QVC and being in most High end stores.
I know, Sephora and all. But whenever I would go in and see the products, they really looked like they were just languishing on the shelves, always fully stocked. They were no longer hot items. Shame.