Smashing Pumpkins’ reunion tour isn’t selling very well
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Smashing Pumpkins heavily-hyped reunion tour doesn’t appear to be selling very well, with a number of seats still available for shows across the USA.

The tour was announced earlier this month, after it was revealed that original members Billy Corgan, James Iha, and Jimmy Chamberlin will be on the line-up. D’arcy Wretzky will not be joining the band on tour, following a turbulent few days of back-and-forth, in which Wretzky opened up about her fraught relationship with Corgan.

Now, as Consequence Of Sound report, it seems numerous shows across the two-and-a-half month U.S. run are struggling to shift tickets, after they went on sale last Friday.

Twitter user @solace first identified the issue, in a number of tweets (below) outlining just how full the seating charts still are. Pumpkins’ hometown show in Chicago is selling well, but the tour opener in Glendale is underperforming, along with other dates in Saint Paul, Sioux Falls, Salt Lake City, Pittsburgh, Omaha, and Detroit, and a huge show at New York City’s Madison Square Garden “still has a decent amount of tickets available”.

Check out the posts below.

oof. that's a lot of tickets available

— kyle matteson (@solace) February 23, 2018

the weakest markets by far (so far) are Sioux Falls, Salt Lake City, Pittsburgh, Omaha, and Detroit

— kyle matteson (@solace) February 23, 2018

btw, here's a few others with very little tickets sold… Sacramento, Seattle, Indianapolis, Columbus

— kyle matteson (@solace) February 26, 2018

Smashing Pumpkins’ full U.S. tour dates for 2018 are as follows:

July 12th Glendale, AZ – Gila River Arena 14th Oklahoma City, OK – Chesapeake Energy Arena 16th Austin, TX – Frank Erwin Center 17th Houston, TX – Toyota Center 18th Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center 20th Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena 21st Louisville, KY – KFC Yum! Center 22nd Atlanta, GA – Infinite Energy Arena 24th Miami, FL – American Airlines Arena 25th Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena 27th Baltimore, MD – Royal Farms Arena 28th Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center 29th Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena 31st Boston, MA – TD Garden

August 1st New York, NY – Madison Square Garden 4th Pittsburgh, PA – PPG Paints Arena 5th Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena 7th Montreal, Quebec – Centre Bell 8th Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre 11th Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center 13th Chicago, IL – United Center 16th Kansas City, MO – Sprint Center 17th Indianapolis, IN – Bankers Life Fieldhouse 19th St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center 20th Omaha, NE – CenturyLink Center 21st Sioux Falls, SD – Denny Sanford Premier Center 24th Seattle, WA – KeyArena 25th Portland, OR – Moda Center 27th Oakland, CA – Oracle Arena 28th Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center 30th Los Angeles, CA – The Forum

September 1st San Diego, CA – Viejas Arena 2nd Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena 4th Salt Lake City, UT – Vivint Smart Home Arena 5th Denver, CO – Pepsi Center 7th Boise, ID – Ford Idaho Center

After recently announcing a 2018 tour to play material from their first five albums (as well as reuniting the girls from the ‘Siamese Dream’ sleeve to recreate the iconic photo), last week saw the Pumpkins return to the studio to add the finishing touches to their Rick Rubin-produced comeback album.

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To mark progress, the band have shared a new promo photo, telling fans: “Shiny And Oh So Bright 2018 – “This show and staging will be unlike any we’ve ever done, and will feature a set unlike any we’ve ever played. For if this is a chance at a new beginning, we plan on ushering it in with a real bang.”

26/02/2018 18:35:34
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