It included acts such as Gwen Stefani and Mumford and Son.
However, when my friend and I tried booking General Admission tickets to the local Gwen Stefani show, we kept getting two errors.
One error said that the voucher wasn’t applicable to this type of show.
The other error said “something went wrong with the voucher, please try again later”.
Since there were so many problems with load time on the website, we figured a traffic issue was screwing up the IT.
Or they were the wrong events.
I don’t know for sure, but it seems like the wrong events might have been posted, and Ticketmaster changed the list to one mostly comprised of cover bands.
Another explanation is that it sold out, but I have not seen many people on Twitter able to actually “purchase” these events either, aside from earlier in the day when released. (Also, the vouchers that are sold out on the event list are still showing up–just with a message that they are sold out).
You can use your vouchers for tribute bands for Tool, Journey, Stevie Wonder, the 80s generally and more.
(I do know my friend Jeff will actually be ecstatic that the Yacht Rock Revival is on the list… but I’m not sure anyone else would be).
Here’s a sampling:
I’m not complaining about free tickets–partially because I was mooching off a friend who actually got vouchers (I did not), but the way they’ve rolled out/unveiled this has just caused more confusing and un-met expectations.
I think if they started off with “hey! we are going to give you some free tickets to tribute bands!” people still would have been excited because it’s free.
There are still a few name bands on there, mostly as part of a festival. Heart is also on the list now, as is Richard Cheese.
May the Ticketmaster odds be ever in your favor!