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Adelaide concert venue change

Added on Wednesday 30 November 2005, 22:33 (GMT)

According to Venuetix, the ticketing agency for the Adelaide concert on 9 December, the concert venue has been changed from Memorial Drive to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. 

The Venuetix website reads: 

All tickets purchased for Memorial Drive are valid for General Admission access to the Entertainment Centre without need for exchange. If required, refunds are available but ONLY until 5 PM on Thursday, December 8 from Venuetix, Da Costa Arcade Reserved seating will be available for purchase from Ticketek from 9am Thursday (December 1) from $69.90.

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This change of venue is now confirmed at the Coppel.com.au website.

The venue change is not cool! Part of the experience was going to be the open air feel of memorial drive - it is a great venue for live gigs. Bring back the drive!!

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

not impressed, at all.

This is not good at all!!!!!! Open air feel would have gone well with the smokin funk of Jamiroquai. Still I'm sure they will give a great show.

For those who have not seen the show, you are in for a treat the man is a genius. The only problem with changing venues is the inconvenience, and crowd safety appears to be compromised. However, the Sydney show was amazing, but pity there was so many "Bling Bling Princesses" and "doof doof boys" trying to push their way to the front... big tip if you want to get to the front, arrive early, and if you get there late, please spare a thought for those who had made the effort to arrive early and are there because they want to enjoy themselves, and not be seen.

Change of Venue - I want a refund!

JAMIROQUAI PLEASE PLAY MAIN VEIN IN ADELAIDE!!!!!

Yeah, looks like I won't be able to make it for the concert after all! Gonna go get a refund... Sigh.

Change of venue is tragic - Jamiroquai has played the Entertainment Centre before and had problems with sound quality - not his fault and he was NOT happy with the result. Accoustics at the Ent Centre are consistently bad. Memorial Drive would've been MUCH better. Will still go, but disappointed already.

At least we won't get cold!!

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