Gibson Amphitheatre throw Gleeks a bone, offers limited discount tickets for LA stop
Don’t worry: the Gibson Amphitheatre has decided to make a limited number of seats available for the three Los Angeles dates, a rep for the theater said.
100 tickets for each of the four shows will be sold Thursday at the Gibson Amphitheatre’s main box office for $25 on a first-come, first-served basis - a steal considering ticket prices ranged from $89.50 to $39.50. The main box office is the only place Gleeks can score these special tickets.The deal is limited to two per person and available when the box office opens at 1 p.m., prior to Thursday's show.
The Gibson Amphitheatre main box office is located Universal Hollywood Drive and Hotel Drive near the Hilton Hotel.The seven-show limited engagement is only hitting four cities. The tour kicked off Tuesday at Dodge Theatre in Phoenix, and we’re sure fans of the show not in attendance have already been making good use of the YouTube footage that’s circulating.
Lea Michele (Rachel), Cory Monteith (Finn), Amber Riley (Mercedes), Chris Colfer (Kurt), Kevin McHale (Artie), Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina), Mark Salling (Puck), Dianna Agron (Quinn), Naya Rivera (Santana), Heather Morris (Brittany), Harry Shum Jr. (Mike) and Dijon Talton (Matt) are all scheduled to appear.
Among the songs on the set list for the concert, conceived by show creator Ryan Murphy, are “Don’t Stop Believin,’” “Somebody to Love,” “Jump,” and of course “Bad Romance.”
“The response of the fans to our little show has been so immediate and so gratifying, we wanted to get out and thank them live and in person,” Murphy said in a statement regarding the show. “And what show lends itself more to a concert than ‘Glee’? We can’t wait to take this show on the road, and the actors couldn’t be more excited to perform live for audiences in these four cities.”
Check out this clip a fan shot of the cast going Gaga during the Phoenix stop.
-- Gerrick D. Kennedy
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