Dream Theater - Australian Tour With Pain Of Salvation


Sweden's Pain Of Salvation has been confirmed as Dream Theater's Special Guests for their 2009 Australian Tour.

Dream Theater tour dates:

Dec. 01 - Auckland, NZL - Civic Theatre (no Pain Of Salvation)
Dec. 03 - Brisbane, AUS - Convention Centre
Dec. 05 - Sydney, AUS - Hordern Pavilion
Dec. 07 - Melbourne, AUS - Palais Theatre
Dec. 08 - Melbourne, AUS - Palais Theatre
Dec. 09 - Adelaide, AUS - Thebarton Theatre
Dec. 12 - Perth, AUS - Metro City

Source: dreamtheater.net
Band profile: Dream Theater
Event: Dream Theater: Australian + New Zealand Tour
 
Posted: 12.10.2009 by JosipS


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12.10.2009 - 18:36
Introspekrieg
Totemic Lust
Yeah right... they said the same thing about the U.S. tour. Get everyone to buy tickets and then drop PoS...
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12.10.2009 - 19:55
Fat & Sassy!
Nomcat
Written by Introspekrieg on 12.10.2009 at 18:36

Yeah right... they said the same thing about the U.S. tour. Get everyone to buy tickets and then drop PoS...


They didn't drop PoS. PoS was having funding problems, because their label went bankrupt or something.
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12.10.2009 - 21:26
Introspekrieg
Totemic Lust
Written by Fat & Sassy! on 12.10.2009 at 19:55

Written by Introspekrieg on 12.10.2009 at 18:36

Yeah right... they said the same thing about the U.S. tour. Get everyone to buy tickets and then drop PoS...


They didn't drop PoS. PoS was having funding problems, because their label went bankrupt or something.


Don't mind me, I'm just angry. Thanks for the clarification.
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12.10.2009 - 21:47
Fat & Sassy!
Nomcat
Written by Introspekrieg on 12.10.2009 at 21:26

Written by Fat & Sassy! on 12.10.2009 at 19:55

Written by Introspekrieg on 12.10.2009 at 18:36

Yeah right... they said the same thing about the U.S. tour. Get everyone to buy tickets and then drop PoS...


They didn't drop PoS. PoS was having funding problems, because their label went bankrupt or something.


Don't mind me, I'm just angry. Thanks for the clarification.


It's okay, man. I was pissed too. America has def been lacking the PoS goodness. Although, Zappa Plays Zappa was the highlight of Prognation. Did you go this year?
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12.10.2009 - 23:14
agator
Come To South America With Pain of Salvation!!!!!!
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13.10.2009 - 03:30
Dark Cornatus
Powerslave
What an absolute rip off! $125 a ticket? That means $250 per couple just to see them. I missed them in January, now it looks like ill miss them again. $90 and no more it should be. I can understand if it was a rare tour, say Led Zeppelin or Pink Floyd, even they overcharge.
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13.10.2009 - 03:42
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Dark Cornatus on 13.10.2009 at 03:30

What an absolute rip off! $125 a ticket? That means $250 per couple just to see them. I missed them in January, now it looks like ill miss them again. $90 and no more it should be. I can understand if it was a rare tour, say Led Zeppelin or Pink Floyd, even they overcharge.


okay 125 seems to be ludicrous for this line-up but then again. Touring Australia is way more expensive for bands than for them to tour Europe or the US
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13.10.2009 - 03:56
Dark Cornatus
Powerslave
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 13.10.2009 at 03:42

Written by Dark Cornatus on 13.10.2009 at 03:30

What an absolute rip off! $125 a ticket? That means $250 per couple just to see them. I missed them in January, now it looks like ill miss them again. $90 and no more it should be. I can understand if it was a rare tour, say Led Zeppelin or Pink Floyd, even they overcharge.


okay 125 seems to be ludicrous for this line-up but then again. Touring Australia is way more expensive for bands than for them to tour Europe or the US

Yeh but compare the price to say the new Screamfest festival in Sydney (We got them for $173 a ticket). Where there are about 7 or 8 big European bands. The festival is also two days. If you took out the local bands, it still adds up to beyond three hours a normal gig lasts for the European bands.
Opeth tours all the time now to Australia, they only charge $74 for their next gig in November.
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13.10.2009 - 04:00
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Dark Cornatus on 13.10.2009 at 03:56

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 13.10.2009 at 03:42

Written by Dark Cornatus on 13.10.2009 at 03:30

What an absolute rip off! $125 a ticket? That means $250 per couple just to see them. I missed them in January, now it looks like ill miss them again. $90 and no more it should be. I can understand if it was a rare tour, say Led Zeppelin or Pink Floyd, even they overcharge.


okay 125 seems to be ludicrous for this line-up but then again. Touring Australia is way more expensive for bands than for them to tour Europe or the US

Yeh but compare the price to say the new Screamfest festival in Sydney (We got them for $173 a ticket). Where there are about 7 or 8 big European bands. The festival is also two days. If you took out the local bands, it still adds up to beyond three hours a normal gig lasts for the European bands.
Opeth tours all the time now to Australia, they only charge $74 for their next gig in November.


Festivals are also over here cheaper in comparison.
Btw I wasn't sayinf 125 is what I would consider a normal price. I wouldn't even consider 74 a normal price for a band such as Opeth, not even for flying all the way to Australia. Their show isn't soo elaborate and full of special effects it warrant such an outrageous price. What I think is the case here is that the bands and their management thinks: "mmm, Australians don't get to see that many european or us bands so they are most probably willing to pay a lot, let's rip them off nicely there."
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Yesterday is dead and gone, tomorrow is out of sight
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13.10.2009 - 07:50
Quinaitor
Written by agator on 12.10.2009 at 23:14

Come To South America With Pain of Salvation!!!!!!


Yeah!! fucking come =D
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13.10.2009 - 11:50
Dark Cornatus
Powerslave
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 13.10.2009 at 04:00

Written by Dark Cornatus on 13.10.2009 at 03:56

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 13.10.2009 at 03:42

Written by Dark Cornatus on 13.10.2009 at 03:30

What an absolute rip off! $125 a ticket? That means $250 per couple just to see them. I missed them in January, now it looks like ill miss them again. $90 and no more it should be. I can understand if it was a rare tour, say Led Zeppelin or Pink Floyd, even they overcharge.


okay 125 seems to be ludicrous for this line-up but then again. Touring Australia is way more expensive for bands than for them to tour Europe or the US

Yeh but compare the price to say the new Screamfest festival in Sydney (We got them for $173 a ticket). Where there are about 7 or 8 big European bands. The festival is also two days. If you took out the local bands, it still adds up to beyond three hours a normal gig lasts for the European bands.
Opeth tours all the time now to Australia, they only charge $74 for their next gig in November.


Festivals are also over here cheaper in comparison.
Btw I wasn't sayinf 125 is what I would consider a normal price. I wouldn't even consider 74 a normal price for a band such as Opeth, not even for flying all the way to Australia. Their show isn't soo elaborate and full of special effects it warrant such an outrageous price. What I think is the case here is that the bands and their management thinks: "mmm, Australians don't get to see that many european or us bands so they are most probably willing to pay a lot, let's rip them off nicely there."

Haha so true!
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16.10.2009 - 16:01
nic
I wuld love to see them back in Perth. I was living there for 6months when they last toured at the Burswood Theatre and they blew the power. to the venue
Nic

www.gunofficial.co.uk
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21.11.2009 - 13:35
Mr_Axespoe
Any one know if they still going with PoS??
and if they got any other bands lined up for the Auckland show?
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