Wednesday, October 6, 2004

IT'S TIME FOR SOMETHING BIBLICAL

I just got this email from a reader...

Hey Sarah,

From one huge Muse fan to another...if you don't already know they are playing at Webster Hall on November 9th! Tickets are only $22 which is awesome! They are on sale at ticketweb.com. See you there!

Jaclyn =)

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can someone who's seen a show at Webster Hall give me some insight on how good/bad the experience was? Normally I'd avoid the place like the plague, but there seems to be more and more good shows there these days. Thanks.

karen said...

Webster Hall is on the up. It was recently bought by the Bowery people, and theyve installed a whole new soundsystem and are working at making it a better place overall. Its a gorgeous venue, aesthetically speaking... totally a perfect place to see Muse.

Now if only the beers werent 2349082309482 dollars.

Tankboy said...

they're playing chicago too...assuming nobody breaks anything playing soccer.

Jeff said...

It's a fine venue...I can't picture a better place to see Muse in the city to be honest. Don't even bother getting a drink there tho...

I grew up hating Webster Hall with a passion for bringing B & T meatheads and other awful clientele into my hood, but they've redeemed themselves somewhat with the Bowery Presents series. They are hosting some great shows these days.

Anonymous said...

doesn't anyone remember when webster hall used to be the ritz? i miss the old nyc. you kids don't know nothin.

Anonymous said...

was anyone around when webster hall used to be the ritz? i miss the old nyc. you kids don't know nothin.

Anonymous said...

was anyone around when webster hall used to be the ritz? i miss the old nyc. you kids don't know nothin.

Anonymous said...

doesn't anyone remember when webster hall used to be the ritz? i miss the old nyc. you kids don't know nothin.

Anonymous said...

was anyone around when webster hall used to be the ritz? i miss the old nyc. you kids don't know nothin.

Anonymous said...

wasn't anyone around when webster hall used to be the ritz? i miss the old nyc. you kids don't know nothin.

Anonymous said...

doesn't anyone remember when webster hall used to be the ritz? i miss the old nyc. you kids don't know nothin.

Anonymous said...

Maybe we don't know nothin, but you old people don't know how to use a blog obviously.

holmes said...

so webster hall was the ritz? do any of the oldtimers here know where the marquee club used to be?

Anonymous said...

your US people are so lucky, getting to see muse at smallish venues.
have had 'absolution' for just over a year now and i still get chills listening to apocalypse please.
*ends obligatory muse post*

jessica, australia