Meet and Greets`
June 10, 2010 5:59:48 PM UTC Post #1

Does anyone know how to buy meet and greet passes? This so-called fan club site has a whole blank section for meet and greets. Seems very misleading to me. Has anyone ever seen that option populated on this site?


June 11, 2010 12:42:49 AM UTC Post #1

@ Ls-sbronson and LS81 ....

Meet & greets ??? ... unfortunately we're not even gonna be seeing the crew up in our neck of the woods this year ... so I guess it's all relative ..... hear them , meet/ greet them, or nothing at all and hopefully wait until next year. It's all good I guess.




" Here to respect a part of the whole .... the bassmen, Leon & Ean "

June 11, 2010 3:11:41 AM UTC Post #2

@ LS-sbronson

unfortunately I'm day jobless thanks to the economy else I be going to Mass or CT to see the guys. But ya know, ya play what is dealt ya ;-)

Ps... I feel y'r pain!




" Here to respect a part of the whole .... the bassmen, Leon & Ean "

June 11, 2010 5:25:19 PM UTC Post #3

=jchalast said:Does anyone know how to buy meet and greet passes? This so-called fan club site has a whole blank section for meet and greets. Seems very misleading to me. Has anyone ever seen that option populated on this site?


This so-called fan club site ????

June 11, 2010 6:17:01 PM UTC Post #4

@Backstreet crawler: YGTR

LONG LIVE SKYNYRD NATION!!!














June 13, 2010 6:04:10 PM UTC Post #5

Sounds like a good Premium Fan Club contest. One winner for each show on the tour. That would be awesome!!!!!!!!

Ain't nothing sweeter than a Southern girl!

June 14, 2010 7:31:50 AM UTC Post #6

I took part in that Gold VIP deal...can't wait to see the boys Saturday Night...BTW, I will be backstage...:)

Another town is drawing near, oh baby i wish you were here, only way I can see you Darling is in my dreams, It's a Highway Song singing on and on, on and on......

June 14, 2010 11:57:38 AM UTC Post #7

I know you guys can't do everything, and you are overly generous with your time, but I know this gulf oil spill must be gut wrenching down in your neck of the woods and your enjoyment of the sea. Do you think you could get some of your highly visable friends and get behind Kevin Costners' ideal machine that can separate the oil and water to be accepted by the government, or at least be listened to. It's so friggin aggrevating that this so called government didn't jump in the 1st day, with every resource available, and figure out later who would pay for what, to save our planet, rather than sit back and say not my problem, then point fingers. This president is supposed to be so educated? I haven't seen anything but decline in his term. These constant visits to the area is such a waste! Lets' all get to work and stop the bull! I assure you if our Skynyrd men step up with all their friends, they will have all of their fans right behind them doing whatever they ask of us! We can move mountains with our loyality to these guys.

June 14, 2010 1:57:17 PM UTC Post #8

=jchalast said:Does anyone know how to buy meet and greet passes? This so-called fan club site has a whole blank section for meet and greets. Seems very misleading to me. Has anyone ever seen that option populated on this site?

SO -CALLED FAN CLUB ? ?
GET REAL! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !



LET'S ROCK THIS JOINT


June 14, 2010 7:16:01 PM UTC Post #9

I contacted the managment group & got meet & greet passes ,but basically all that happened is they lined you up & said no photos & then a staff photographer took a photo of us & the band -which we were not even told & have never been told how to get said photo-so it was disappointing to say the least ,cause my little boy was all excited about his 1st concert & meeting his favorite band ,He had been looking forward to it for months-I had hoped to get a picture of him with Skynyrd & he had brought gifts for them too -the person handling the event also would not allow anything to be signed- I guess it sounds kinda bad -to complain -cause we did get to go back stage ....but it was not what they had (mgmt group in Tn) had told us to expect -may depend on venue though.

Mustang Girl

June 20, 2010 1:54:05 AM UTC Post #10

We bought velvet rope passes to see Aerosmith years ago, I think it was 1200.00 dollars for both of us. Well that was the stupidest waste of money we've ever spent!! You had to be there hours before the show began and yeah you toured behind the stage to see a group of guitars, see their dressing rooms (doors closed) and during this whole "backstage experience" no pictures were aloud. Then they told you that you could go over to his microphone stand with all his scarves on it and pretend to sing and they will take a picture, to sell to you later. Then you go to a vip tent with a buffet which was pretty good with more dumb #@**** like us hoping to see a glimpes of anyone from the band. Which we didn't. I mean could it have been so much trouble for Steven Tyler to walk by and just wave or say hey thanks for coming out. The seat was good but not 1200 dollars good! Oh yeah, the microphone stand was removed and exchanged for another right before the show.

Mary

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