Jane's Addiction in Philly

Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 4:19 PM by User

We gave you our word that we'd make it up to our fans, so we cut a deal to make sure our fans from the MusikFest Show could come see our show for free in Phiily - on us! Anyone with Jane's Addiction/Musikfest tickets from August 9th will need to present their Musikfest ticket stubs at the Mann Theatre box office on Wednesday, August 15th in exchange for entry to the Mann show. Let's finish what we started!

  1. On Sat, Aug 25, 2012 at 1:30 AM, Buckspafan said:

    I was at the Musikfest show and it was clear the storm was moving directly toward the concert site - had been for the hour leading into the show. So it wasn't surprising when the show had to be called, but damn, you guys were playing hot. When I got the email the following Tuesday that tickets from the Musikfest show would be honored at the Mann, I was stunned. And ready. Thanks to all who made that shining bit of goodness happen, because the Mann show was phenomenal. It made my top five concert list and I'm old enough to have an awfully long list ;) The energy of that show was just amazing. I don't know how many Lehigh Valley fans were able to make it, but those of us who did won't forget it...

  2. On Tue, Aug 14, 2012 at 7:15 PM, Raegie said:

    That is awesome..I read some of that man's comments, I was appalled....Musikfest was supposed to be a celebration, not a rip-off since most of it is free and brings income to Bethleham...thanks for listening guys, I will see you tonight and also maybe Philly!

  3. On Tue, Aug 14, 2012 at 2:38 PM, dapdrums said:

    Thanks for honoring our tickets guys. Mr. Parks from Musikfest took to the media to blame you, stating "You got paid." He didn't expect that you'd be listening. He probably often blames the person "not in the room" to defend themselves. Well, you were listening.

    Aug. 9th was my birthday so I appreciate the gesture of seeing you at The Mann.

    Makes me laugh that he portrays musicians being all about the money. Musicians often work for free (as they build their careers). I wonder how many days in corporate America, Mr. Parks went to work and didn't expect to get paid.

    Hope to re-arrange some plans and catch your show at the Mann.

  4. On Tue, Aug 14, 2012 at 3:55 AM, JYerks said:

    Even though I am not one of those fans that was unfortunate to be rained upon at the concert it is so nice to know that there are still good people out there working for music artists and working with the fans trying their best to make the fans happy. Obviously "mother nature" and events open to the outside are something that you can't forsee but everyone should give the Promoter for Jane's Addiction and the people at The Mann Center big props for doing what they did because I would say that's a pretty huge deal to pull off what they did in the short amount of time that they did!! Props from me!! :D

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