US & Canada MikuExpo 2020 tour

RoboCheatsyTM

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While I don't know if they guarantee better spots, Rylitah did say you get early access which in turn means you get first choice of where you stand/sit.
Well, it sounds like I should probably grab VIP tickets in an attempt to get a decent seat. And since Rylitah also said you get exclusive merch, that's pretty sweet, too.

Are there any Miku Expo veterans here that have a recommendations on how soon you should buy the tickets? Do they typically go on sale after a while where it'd be better to wait instead of buying them right away? How quickly do the tickets sell out?
 

Rylitah

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Well, it sounds like I should probably grab VIP tickets in an attempt to get a decent seat. And since Rylitah also said you get exclusive merch, that's pretty sweet, too.

Are there any Miku Expo veterans here that have a recommendations on how soon you should buy the tickets? Do they typically go on sale after a while where it'd be better to wait instead of buying them right away? How quickly do the tickets sell out?
Personally I don't think the merch was worth the huge price increase (plus my friends I went with only bought the regular tickets so I went in with them anyway and didn't utilize the early entrance part), but the merch is different every year apparently, and we don't find out what it is until the expo starts. I'm probably going to buy it again this year anyway though :U

I think how soon you should buy the tickets depends on what concert you're going to. Like I mentioned, DC never sold out, so it was safe to buy the tickets for that concert at any point, but the more populated cities/areas probably will sell out much faster. The tickets never went on sale for a cheaper price than they started.

@Vegetaljuce I agree; the way everything was handled at the Anthem was... really sloppy (though I loved the actual concert). I'm hoping MGM will be much better!
 

RoboCheatsyTM

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Personally I don't think the merch was worth the huge price increase (plus my friends I went with only bought the regular tickets so I went in with them anyway and didn't utilize the early entrance part), but the merch is different every year apparently, and we don't find out what it is until the expo starts. I'm probably going to buy it again this year anyway though :U

I think how soon you should buy the tickets depends on what concert you're going to. Like I mentioned, DC never sold out, so it was safe to buy the tickets for that concert at any point, but the more populated cities/areas probably will sell out much faster. The tickets never went on sale for a cheaper price than they started.
Thanks so much for the information!
 
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Eviltreat16

Probably an Artist, Probably a Praying Mantis
Apr 8, 2018
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Here's where the current dates listed on the MikuExpo site land



There's a 10 day gap between the Vancouver and San Jose shows and a six day gap between the San Jose and Dallas shows.

The Boston to Chicago route looks a bit weird. It would not surprise me to see a Detroit, Cleveland or Buffalo/Darien Center show added along the way. Looking closer at the map they could make a detour through Nashville on the way to DC also.

Trust me, there will be more added shows.
PLEASE COME TO PHOENIX... PLEASE.... This gives me hope. Am excited in general for miku expo 2020, but REALLY hoping she stops in Arizona since there's the 10 day gap because I'd buy tickets for that in a heart beat.
 

Here

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Nov 11, 2019
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I don’t know if I will be able to go, I hope I can!
Idk if it will help but I went to the last concert at Dallas Bomb Factory and it was about 50$ open admission but I would probably buy balcony tickets next time instead since I’m not tall
 

mobius017

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I'm curious--how does one purchase VIP tickets? Is it an option on Ticketmaster? (For example; I assume each venue might work a little differently/have their own ticket seller, unless it's always Ticketmaster?)
 

Exemplar

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May 17, 2018
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The following was mentioned in a Billboard article about this particular tour
Since making its debut in Jakarta, Indonesia, five years ago, MIKU EXPO has drawn over 170,000 fans in 63 concerts across 27 cities around the world. The blue-haired vocaloid's state-of-the-art shows -- set to include fan favorites to the latest hits -- are known for their cutting-edge 3D graphics and computer-generated vocal technology in which she will even sing and speak to her fans in the local language of the country she is performing in.

Along with the concert, numerous events tailored to suit the location and its fans are being planned, including workshops and fan art exhibitions by Japanese and local artists. Tickets are set to go on sale Friday (Dec. 6) JST.
 

Rylitah

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I'm curious--how does one purchase VIP tickets? Is it an option on Ticketmaster? (For example; I assume each venue might work a little differently/have their own ticket seller, unless it's always Ticketmaster?)
It was an option on Ticketfly last time; my venue used Ticketfly while others used Ticketmaster, I believe. Either way, I think it should be an option when you go to buy regular tickets.
 
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