Pearl Jam NYC 16 Welker

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Mon May 02, 2016 8:54 pm

another great PJ print from Welker :pint:
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By the time I got to MSG, they were all gone. Some Good Samaritan sold me one.
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jamel-d wrote:By the time I got to MSG, they were all gone. Some Good Samaritan sold me one.
:clap: :clap: :clap: awesome
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Tue May 03, 2016 8:41 am

These went quick in the early afternoon sale in the atrium on 7th Ave. Folks got their 2 posters and recycled right back in line while hundreds waited behind them, you didn't even need a ticket to the show, sad.

Say what you want about Phish, but the wristband system they employ at MSG works great. Show your wristband to the merch person, they cut it off, sell you your posters and then your're done, no recycling in line.
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Browntrout wrote:These went quick in the early afternoon sale in the atrium on 7th Ave. Folks got their 2 posters and recycled right back in line while hundreds waited behind them, you didn't even need a ticket to the show, sad.

Say what you want about Phish, but the wristband system they employ at MSG works great. Show your wristband to the merch person, they cut it off, sell you your posters and then your're done, no recycling in line.
That's a great idea. If PJ really gave a fudge they would do something similar to that.

So people bought posters and then just stayed in the area past the metal detectors and kept buying? They should've had someone making sure people left after purchasing.
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Tue May 03, 2016 10:09 am

Amazing! Not a huge PJ fan but amazing artwork. Well done!
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Tue May 03, 2016 10:13 am

DickButt wrote:
Browntrout wrote:These went quick in the early afternoon sale in the atrium on 7th Ave. Folks got their 2 posters and recycled right back in line while hundreds waited behind them, you didn't even need a ticket to the show, sad.

Say what you want about Phish, but the wristband system they employ at MSG works great. Show your wristband to the merch person, they cut it off, sell you your posters and then your're done, no recycling in line.
That's a great idea. If PJ really gave a fudge they would do something similar to that.

So people bought posters and then just stayed in the area past the metal detectors and kept buying? They should've had someone making sure people left after purchasing.
PJ has arguably the best ticketing system there is sooooo i'll gladly trade the poster system for the ticket system.
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Tue May 03, 2016 11:30 am

Might be the best PJ poster ever.

It's crazy how much Welker has exploded in the last year.
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DickButt wrote:
Browntrout wrote:These went quick in the early afternoon sale in the atrium on 7th Ave. Folks got their 2 posters and recycled right back in line while hundreds waited behind them, you didn't even need a ticket to the show, sad.

Say what you want about Phish, but the wristband system they employ at MSG works great. Show your wristband to the merch person, they cut it off, sell you your posters and then your're done, no recycling in line.
That's a great idea. If PJ really gave a fudge they would do something similar to that.

So people bought posters and then just stayed in the area past the metal detectors and kept buying? They should've had someone making sure people left after purchasing.
Yup, after they bought posters, they just got on line again. Lots of folks were shut out
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