Eagles, Moody Blues tickets available

Eagles, Moody Blues tickets available

There are 75 comments on the Myrtle Beach Online story from Jun 1, 2008, titled Eagles, Moody Blues tickets available. In it, Myrtle Beach Online reports that:

If you haven't grabbed your tickets for the Eagles concert yet, there's no reason to have a heartache tonight.

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Nick

Myrtle Beach, SC

#69 Jun 2, 2008
They've been open for over a month, and today is their official grand opening event. you're all doomsayers.
blondepoo

United States

#70 Jun 2, 2008
I just got back from the Grand Opening. It was a blast. Wish you all could be there. They had buffets with awesome food and drinks set up around the park. Some people were dressed up, some there to party. The Eagles sounded great! They played every one of their songs. They had an awesome screen running clips pertinent to their songs. Young and old everyone had a great time! I even left with a gift bag which included a grand opening hard rock shirt, coffee mug, grand opening pin, Led Zepplin poster and awesome hard rock book. The ticket price was worth it even for the first night. I can't wait until tomorrow to do it all again. Well worth it. What an experience!
Coe

Laurinburg, NC

#71 Jun 2, 2008
I live near the park and see the zeppplin coaster every day. Most of the time the two people in the front and one in the back are having a great time having that coaster to themselves. That speaks volumes to me about attendance so far. For this areas sake and the employees I hope things get better.

Since: May 08

United States

#72 Jun 2, 2008
Surfside wrote:
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According to the article you replied to:
"....Tickets, available online and at the entrance gate of the park, cost $250, which includes both shows, park admission and souvenirs..."
and all the food and drink you can consume; which not to to mention was delicious!!!
You idiots are missing out...to bad you didn't save up and get to see THE EAGLES because they freak'n ROCKED tonight!!!! They played every hit and more.....it was the bomb and I'm not even a big Eagles Fan.
Maybe you guys can go to Burroughs and Chapins' Nascar Park or go play one of their putt-putt courses or go to Cane Patch and deal with those old farts up there that are the rudest people in town and should be fired. If Burroughs and Chapin thinks they should allow those old men at Cane Patch to treat locals or anyone for that matter with such disrespect and rudeness that's PAR FOR the COURSE.....
Myself, however, would rather ROCK with the happy rockn employees at HARD ROCK.
I think you people that can't go to Hard Rock are just jealous and have miserable lives to wish anything but success to the largest tourist attraction in South Carolina history.
Stay on your porches 'cause you're gonna get run over by us BIG DAWGS!!!!

Since: May 08

United States

#73 Jun 2, 2008
Nick wrote:
They've been open for over a month, and today is their official grand opening event. you're all doomsayers.
You're an uneducated fool....have you ever heard of a "Soft Opening" dumba55?

Since: May 08

United States

#74 Jun 2, 2008
Trvman wrote:
I'm not going, but coming from Albany, NY where every major rock group has played and/or continues to play either in Albany, or the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. The price for both groups is reasonable. Plus you will be seeing them in a smaller venue and have a much closer "experience" then sitting in the last row or an arena and paying $125.00 or more to sit there.
If this concert were being held in Charlotte or Raleigh at these prices it probably would have sold out in a couple of hours. The ticket cost is just too much for this area with the low pay. The Eagles tickets in Albany for just them started at $125.00 to $250.00 and that concert sold out I think the same day tickets went on sale.
Location, location, location.
Again,again,again....2 concerts, free parking,
park admission x 2 dyas, all you can eat food and drink (beer/wine),including coffee and dessert after the shows, swag bag of grand opening souvenirs. It's not just a concert you morons!!!

Since: May 08

United States

#75 Jun 2, 2008
Yeah right wrote:
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If you want to turn a profit so bad, then why don't you encourage the management to book some acts that don't make the place sound like a retirement home for washed-up, egocentric rock stars? In case you didn't notice, the people who LIVE in this area are not exactly awash with disposable income and free time. I would have love to visited the park but at a 50 dollar entrance fee, it simply isn't going to happen. I can spend fifty bucks elsewhere and have more to do. And I simply wouldn't shell out even more just to see geriatric rockers that lost all sense of relevancy twenty years ago.
Thanks but you can keep it.
Better log off now, your mom and dad probably don't know you're blogging.

Since: May 08

United States

#76 Jun 2, 2008
BEACHGMAN wrote:
THERE ARE NO SEATS IN THE AMPITHEATER...NO FREE FOOD, DRINKS, T-SHIRTS, ETC. THE HRP PEOPLE ARE GETTING A VERY EXPENSIVE EDUCATION. LOW ATTENDANCE DAILY AND A PARK BUILT FOR ADULTS AND TEENS BUT NO ATTRACTIONS FOR CHILDREN. MAKE YOU A BET---GO UP THERE TONITE AND THEY JUST MIGHT LET YOU IN TO FILL UP THE PLACE FOR THE INVESTORS AND THE MEDIA. A FEW TIX LEFT...HAW...BET ITS LIKE 5000 LEFT!!
free food everywhere, free drinks, free desserts, free Grand Opening t-shirt, coffee mug, poster, pin, awesome concert, great rides and entertainment for the youngsters, teens and adults....guess I should have taken your lousy bet b/c you don't do your homework!!! LMAO @ U
P.S. We get to go do it all over again tomorrow night too!!!! LOL
Nick

Myrtle Beach, SC

#77 Jun 3, 2008
Cowboys1311 wrote:
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You're an uneducated fool....have you ever heard of a "Soft Opening" dumba55?
Screw you! These people here are saying the park is going to fail. I'm pointing out they have only been open for over a month, their Sound Check. Today, or rather yesterday, was their grand opening event. By these people's reasoning, a business would be bought, built from the ground up, and fully stocked with whatever, fully staffed, and turn a huge profit within the first month. It ain't gonna happen. You have to give it time.

But clearly you are the uneducated fool for not knowing how to read.
HRP learn KD

Conway, SC

#78 Jun 3, 2008
Season pass to Kings Dominion 84.94 w/ Free parking...
Kings Dominion is a 400-acre theme park that’s home to more than 40 rides, shows and attractions. The park features 14 world-class roller coasters making it one of the largest coaster collections on the East Coast. Kings Dominion also has two children’s areas and WaterWorks, a 20-acre water park playground that’s included with park admission.
The 2008 season marks Kings Dominion’s 33rd year of operation. New in 2008, Kings Dominion will soar to new heights in 2008 with the introduction of its 13th roller coaster, Dominator. Debuting in late spring, this innovative 4,210-foot steel coaster will be the longest floorless coaster in the world.
The park hosts more than two million guests annually and employs over 3,000 seasonal and 150 year-round Associates.
Nick

Charleston, SC

#79 Jun 3, 2008
Don't people drive past Kings Dominion on there way here, or Disney World?
Ken

AOL

#80 Jun 3, 2008
Magic1 wrote:
And you are standing for $250 pp.
We went to the parkyesterday, saw 3 marginal shows and walked around, very hot, no shade. Few rides to ride, wasn't much to do, best entertainment was the live music they had at the bars in the evening. They are going to have to have a lot more to see or do for $50pp/day or $150 for season pass.
Well for some reasn people expect a Brand new park to be built the size of Disney with 60 rides or more.
It was stated in a interview that they had planned to start small and grow, I look around and still see areas within the park they may add rides later as well convert some None ride area into rides, I think they wanted to start small just to see how things go and as they make the money over the sumer they will add things,as far as shade, they have lots of trees and in years as they grow there will be more shade. I'm just so sad that most in here are crossing thier fingers that this park will fail-they want it to fail,some have said they wanted it to fail before it even broke ground in 2006. if it does flop in 2 years as most are praying for then what amusement park will we have? just the family kingdom that don't have near the space of HRP to expand?
Even Bradway at the Beach did'nt have all the attractions it has now when it first opened, it takes time people- Rome was'nt built in a day and HRP is'nt going to get anything decent if they charge just $20.00 admission as some would like.
Paul

AOL

#81 Jun 3, 2008
I went and was completely in awe of their ability to really rock the house for two hours straight. The guitar licks went on and on. This was real, REAL Rock 'n Roll. When's the last time you could say you enjoyed minutes of a bass guitar rocking the house and listening to some great lyrics? Wonderful experience!
Trvman

Pawleys Island, SC

#82 Jun 18, 2008
You have to look at what the going market price is. This is what they get where they preform. So just because it is Myrtle Beach don't expect any group to lower thier prices. A concert is a concert to them. I agree, they need to book a person/group where people who work here can afford a tcket. if they don't, just more bad press for the Park and more unsold tickets and that can mean an overall loss for a concert.

Personally, I don't think the Park will make it. I have felt that from the time it opened. Even with gas prces, you can leave early in the morning, drive to Carowinds and adult ticket is $36.00 and there is PLENTY to do there and you can spend all day there and still not get to everything. More attractions and more fun.

So when you look at it, all it is is a tank of gas to have more fun because the ticket prices are the same.

The Hard Rock Park was just not thought out well enough and it is showing already.
Nick

Charleston, SC

#83 Jun 18, 2008
Found out last night, the ticket price went to charity. Don't know if that was reported, but for me, I felt it was the first time I was hearing that. Made me rethink that the price was too high. At least it went to charity.

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