What A Bummer! Classic TAB Show Moved From Port Chester to NYC

We knew the news that Trey Anastasio and Classic TAB would be playing at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester was too good to be true, but we didn’t expect Bowery to move the show to one of the worst venues in the city. Big Red’s website just announced that the Classic TAB show on October 16 has been moved from Port Chester to the stuffy and unbearable Roseland Ballroom in New York City.

Here’s the full scoop…

Unfortunately due to circumstances beyond our control, the October 16th concert originally scheduled at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY has been moved to the Roseland Ballroom in New York City. All tickets originally sold for the Capitol Theatre show will be honored that night at the Roseland Ballroom. Anyone who cannot attend the Roseland show should email [email protected] no later than Wednesday, September 24, 2008 at Noon Eastern to request a refund for the face value of the ticket(s). We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience or disappointment and we hope to see you at the Roseland Ballroom. For specific information regarding the Roseland show, visit the Tourdates Page.

We applaud Bowery and Trey Inc. for making refunds available. While the situation sucks, at least the folks who ordered tickets have an option not to attend. For those who bought tickets, will you still go to the Roseland or get your money back?

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9 Responses

  1. Us NYC’ers do have that going for us. I was just damn excited to get back into the Cap, and now we’ll all be packed into Roseland.

  2. hopefully, some peeps planning to go to albany will see this as an opportunity to not go to albany and keep the palace an intimate night.

    however, being that albany is somewhat close to utica….eghh-hemmm, home of the ‘epic’ “Mr. completely / Stanley Theatre / tile crumbling TAB throwdown, i don’t see Albany being a quiet affair.

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