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Versailles spring tour tix 
19th-Jan-2011 05:44 pm
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Is there anyone who's looking for tickets to Versailles' spring tour? One of my friends applied for a lot of FC tickets because she was worried about losing the lotteries. But she won the lotteries and now she has a lot of extra tickets that she's not sure how to pay for.

These are the tour dates:

3/21 (Monday) Heaven's Rock Kumagaya
3/26 (Sat) Nagoya Electric Ladyland
4/1 (Fri) Esaka Muse (Osaka)
4/2 (Sat) Esaka Muse (Osaka)
4/9 (Sat) Yokohama Baysis
4/10 (Sun) Heaven's Rock Saitama Shintoshin
4/16 (Sat) Heaven's Rock Utsunomiya

Kumagaya, Yokohama, and Saitama Shintoshin are all quite close to Tokyo, and you can get to them by local train without needing to spend money to stay overnight or anything. Utsunomiya is a little further but still doable as a day trip.

Anybody interested? The only thing is that she did say she's worried about being able to pay the FC, so she needs to be paid in advance. Each ticket is about 5,000 yen. (4,500 for the ticket, plus 400 or 500 yen for a share of the FC shipping and handling charges) I'm not sure about paying from overseas though... I don't think she has a Paypal account, and I can't process money from overseas without fees from the banks because my account is US-based.

(edit) Seems like this lottery was rather easy. We were worried about it because the venues are all small, but I guess not that many people applied... I think everyone I know won all the tickets they applied for. (edit 2) Actually it seems like this lottery was NOT that easy and a lot of people lost. Just not anyone I know. Weird. o_O

Also: should I go to the Osaka concerts after all? I'd decided not to bother because I had a bad experience the last time I attended one of Versailles' standing lives in Osaka, but now that my friend has so many extra tickets for Osaka I'm reconsidering.
19th-Jan-2011 10:04 am (UTC)
I think you should go to Osaka if you're not short on money. Don't force yourself to go front if you don't feel it. But I think it might be fun to go Osaka lives with your friends.
19th-Jan-2011 04:34 pm (UTC)
Yeah, it would be fun to be with friends. The problem is, there's a very real possibility that I might not be able to enjoy the concert at all. The front and middle are likely to be rough, and I think I heard that it's hard to see from the back at Esaka Muse. So since I'll be going to 5 other concerts and seeing my friends there anyway, I'm not sure there's a reason to spend a lot of money traveling to Osaka.
19th-Jan-2011 10:25 pm (UTC)
Actually in my memories, in Esaka muse it's ok to see in the back, not like the Osaka muse (I hardly saw something in Osaka muse at the very back for MDM some years ago because too many tall men were standing before me). It's a much smaller venue in my memories than the Osaka one...

19th-Jan-2011 02:42 pm (UTC)
I think you really should do the Osaka lives.
Maybe just not trying to get to front area and enjoy those from the not so violent back ?
and we will be there as your personal bodyguards as well ^.~
19th-Jan-2011 04:19 pm (UTC)
second this !
Come and we will build a human protective wall around you :)
Would be more funny to attend those concerts all together, wouldn't it ??
19th-Jan-2011 04:47 pm (UTC)
It would be fun to spend more time with both of you. But although I've never been to Esaka Muse, I've heard that it's not a good livehouse from the audience's perspective. Apparently the stage is small so if you don't get a really good ticket number, you can't get anywhere near the front. And it can be hard to see from the back, if you're short. And it's expensive.

The rest of the tour is going to be cheap for me because it's mostly so close to Tokyo. But going to Osaka will cost more than all the other concerts total.
19th-Jan-2011 04:07 pm (UTC)
400-500 yen for a share in the shipping fees? Did I give you enough when I paid back the FC live ticket? ;o;
19th-Jan-2011 04:18 pm (UTC)
It was probably enough...? I don't remember. (lol)
Anyway, basically for FC tix we have to pay about 1,000 yen in various fees for each concert, regardless of how many tickets we buy for that concert. So it can get expensive to buy single tickets, especially if you're going to multiple concerts on a tour.

We got the Blitz tickets in sets of 4 so the fees were relatively low per ticket, but this time most of the people I know applied for pair tickets because the venues are much smaller and we were afraid to put all our eggs in one basket.
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