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TheHolyGoof



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Just wondering what time Sage will be hitting the stage. Is he the first opener? The ticket says the show starts at 4:30. I need to know how early I need to get to work to put in my hours to get to this show on time. I do not want to miss Sage. Anybody else going to this show?
Post Mon Nov 12, 2007 10:47 am
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tom inhaler
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TheHolyGoof wrote:
Just wondering what time Sage will be hitting the stage. Is he the first opener? The ticket says the show starts at 4:30. I need to know how early I need to get to work to put in my hours to get to this show on time. I do not want to miss Sage. Anybody else going to this show?


sage is going on 3rd, right before against me. so i would get there early, but not too early. sorry, i don't have any other information beyond that.
Post Mon Nov 12, 2007 10:58 am
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Klone



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good to know. not goin to dc, but clifton park.
Post Mon Nov 12, 2007 11:38 am
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CriticalTheory_Breakfast



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Anyone know if the show in Clifton is 21+? I can't find it on the Northern Lights site.

Thanks!
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Sage Francis
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I will hit the stage at 6:15 in DC.

I'd answer the question about Clifton if I knew where that was. I can't find that name anywhere in my tour booklet.
Post Mon Nov 12, 2007 5:11 pm
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Wed-11-14-07
Clifton, NY
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After much investigation and a bit of assumption, I answered my own question. Thanks for the attempt though.


<---- I had to mapquest Clifton, NY myself. And I live upstate. Never heard of it.
Post Mon Nov 12, 2007 5:31 pm
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TV



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Sage Francis wrote:
I will hit the stage at 6:15 in DC.

I'd answer the question about Clifton if I knew where that was. I can't find that name anywhere in my tour booklet.


Motherfucker. I'm glad I saw this. Are all the shows so early or just DC? I was planning on going but I'd have to leave right about now and hope that DC traffic isn't too bad to catch you. I'm used to getting to a show at 9 or 10:00 and still waiting for most acts. I guess I'll see you in '09...
Post Tue Nov 13, 2007 3:23 pm
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Is the Show in philly 21+? Also, how long will the buck concert be, just to figure out if i need to get a ride from the show. I am hoping to bring a fleet of Rugby Players turned 65 Fans with me. We may be taking over the bouncing jobs, some 65 Hell's Angels. Won't pull a knife, we might tackle a heckler.


Peace

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Post Wed Nov 14, 2007 12:07 pm
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Sage Francis
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So far it seems like the shows have been all ages. Lots of young kids waving around 1995 like its old school.
Post Wed Nov 14, 2007 12:23 pm
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Klone



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Sage Francis wrote:
So far it seems like the shows have been all ages. Lots of young kids waving around 1995 like its old school.

if you get a chance, do you know what time you're on tonight?
Post Wed Nov 14, 2007 1:46 pm
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Sage Francis
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8ish
Post Wed Nov 14, 2007 1:50 pm
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TheHolyGoof



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Sage, last night seemed like a very masochistic show for you (and your fans). I mean you killed it, no doubt about that, but were you planning on the crowd being so.....lifeless? (Aside from a handful of your fans, which I'll admit I was a little uncomfortable being my first punk rock show.)

I understand that you went on the tour to bring a little diversity to the show, and I met some cool punk rock kids and a very cool punk rock girl that I never would've met otherwise so I thank you for that.

I remember reading that you wanted this to be the last tour for a while. Why would you choose to have touring end with this type of crowd, rather than the normal hip hop crowd you're used to?
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sounds good, thanks
Post Wed Nov 14, 2007 2:26 pm
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Oh yeah, how long will the Buck 65 show be, has anybody else been to it yet?
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