Have Heart have released information and a statement regarding their final goodbye show on October 17th in Boston:
Her we go:
First off, to clear any confusion, if you want a ticket, go to B9STORE.COM to purchase a ticket online. It has NOT sold out, but if you're traveling from far away, do yourself a favor and just do it up online.
Secondly, this little Edge Day / Final show of ours will be held at CLUB LIDO in REVERE, MA. To those of you unfamiliar with the Boston area, REVERE is the town over from Boston. It is LESS THAN TEN MINUTES away from the Boston Airport commonly known as Logan Airport. There is even a train that will take you from the Airport and literally drop you off AT the venue.
Third, there will be NO BARRIER on the stage at this show, so don't sweat that. To those of you who went to the recent GAHC, the show will take place on the smaller stage that DOES NOT require a barrier. It's a perfect stage for dives....think CBGB's stage height.
So, stage dives are more than encouraged at this show. The stage is yours as much as it is the bands' that are playing. Although, stage potatos will be immediately handed their dishonorable discharge from the hardcore scene upon stage potato-ing it up.
To further avoid there being 900,000 photographers, there's going to be 'photo-pass' rule which basically says that if your name isn't either Todd Pollock, Future-Breed, The Rev, Matt Miller, Christian Cruz or anyone else we'd like to take photos for the show, then you may have to sit this one out. Don't take offense to that, but theres just something about photographers replacing stage divers that is offputting.
So, if there are anymore questions or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or the powers that be at Bridge 9. And again, if you're looking for a ticket before you come out, go to B9STORE.COM
thanks again. hope to see you there. peace.
Have Heart called it a day in May of this year, after playing together as a band for seven years.
They're so touchy about people not jumping off the stage immediately once getting on it. Honestly, when I saw them, Pat whined about it for five minutes in between shows and I didn't see one person on there for more than a dozen seconds.
Anyways, sounds like the makings of a great show. Bummed I can't go, but that's why I saw them a few weeks ago.
Ha I know it sounds ridic and is probably the only time have heart and avenged sevenfold will ever be mentioned in the same sentence on sputnik, but I guess I would try to point that out about that photographer.