Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Felp, Feb 16, 2018.
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dddd I really want them to do a stadium tour once just to prove that they can sell that many tickets.
They've proven they can sell that many tickets though by doing 50+ UK shows a year. I think a mix of 50 arenas and small stadiums is better than one night at Wembley.
Girl you know what I mean, I want them to do it purely because that's another achievement under their belt. Why do 50 shows when you can do 10? I prefer arenas to stadiums too but these girls shouldn't need to do 50+ shows every single year
Yeah I mean seeing them fill a legit stadium would be great for their career, not great for me being front row multiple times though. Selfish!
Will Jesy learn a new pose for this album campai- oh never mind
I would... not like them to come back before Q4. They can do these summer shows with their eyes closed and it doesn't need any kind of new single to support ticket sales. They just need time away from the public eye - even if it's 6 months - so they can actually come back with a bang again.
By the time they come back around May/June it'd have been 6 months though, wouldn't it?
I'd say come back with a massive summer single then lead into the album with a second single. They have BGT and X Factor to promote that.
That is...not a good look on Jesy so let’s hope that’s not for anything LM related
So, I've been extremely bored and was watching the Glory Days documentary and then read previous posts about potential stadiums and got thinking about what their 2019 tour should look like and decided to create what I think they should/could do. What do you think?
(Yes, I've had that much of a pathetic 30 minutes)
Belfast - Windsor Park
Dublin - Croke Park
Glasgow - Hampden Park
Sunderland - City Of Light Stadium
Manchester - Ethiad Stadium
Birmingham - St Andrews Stadium
Cardiff - Millenium Stadium
London - Wembley Stadium
Amsterdam - Ziggo Dome
Paris - Zenith
Barcelona - Palau Sant Jordi
Antwerp - Lotto Arena
Vienna - Gasometer
Stockholm - Ericsson Globe
Oslo - Spektrum
Zurich - Hallenstadion
Copenhagen - Forum
Cologne - Lanxess Arena
Lisbon - Campo Pequeno
Milan - Mediolanum Forum
Tokyo - Tokyo International Forum
Okinawa - Okinawa Convention Center
Jakarta - Convention Exhibition
Singapore - Indoor Stadium
Manila - SM Mall of Asia Arena
Auckland - Spark Arena
Perth - Perth Arena
Adelaide - AEC
Brisbane - Entertainment Centre
Melbourne - Rod Laver Arena
Sydney - Qudos Bank Arena
Sao Paolo - Citibank Hall
Rio de Janeiro - Citibank Hall
Belo Horizonte - KM de Vantagens Hall
Buenos Aires - Luna Park
Santiago - Movistar Arena
Mexico City - Teatro Metropolitan
If they plan on going to the States at all in 2019 then I think they should do something like:
New York - Highline Ballroom
Boston - Wilbur Theater
Minneapolis - First Avenue
Chicago - House of Blues
Dallas - Granada Theater
Orlando - Beacham Theatre
Phoenix - Crescent Ballroom
Los Angeles - El Rey Theater
I can't believe how bored/pathetic I am right now that I just sat and did all that but...I mean...I think that could work?
I also don't expect them to sell out the international venues by any means but I think they could potentially fill a lot of them by a good/fair amount.
Overexposure can hurt. I think they should wait to release a new single after the Summer tour.
I'd just like them to take their time and come back with an album that's a huge step up in quality, their lead single will get a massive amount of exposure anyway so I feel like they can take longer to produce the goods instead of rushing to get stuff out to keep the momentum going - their last three singles sold in the UK with next to no promotion across all three, they've secured their status as an A-List pop act here.
None of what Leigh said in that interview above really filled me with much confidence in a vastly improved output from them. 'More of the same/fun/inspirational/girl power'.
Whilst I shouldn't be surprised, even just phrases like 'the album is out this year/we start writing it in March when we go back to work' are just so clinical. I understand that it's the nature of the industry for a pop act like themselves, but they're literally a cash cow for their label, and the way they are forced to approach their work is reflected so strongly in their output. Quick, get another album in before Ella discovers Khalid etc.
Too late. Ella also bops to Fifth Harmony from time to time and she got a notification to listen to his duet with Normani last week.
I wonder if they’ll attend the Brits tomorrow.
I think they've been confirmed.
Jade posted on her story she was doing her nails "in time for the BRITs".
*voice of Wendy Williams*
THEN WHY DON'T (didn't...?) THEY BUY/STREAM THEIR MUSIC?
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