sa5150 wrote:I think scott posted there was probably no chance . I was looking at the dates and after DC or after the wacken fest there is plenty of open space, But i guess we have to see how the tour is selling . prices are pretty high so I don't know .... any chance maybe for the Minnesota,Illinois and Indiana State fairs ?
WilhelmSc wrote:The management of Scorpions is too arrogant and selfish. Mr Amend acts like Scorpions is the biggest act of the world right now and they dont need a co-headliner in the States, country where no one barely knows them anymore.
If they could set up a tour with Van Halen as co-headliner, they would play in sold-out arenas and people would recall them. But its too late!
Im not surprised why the tickets are selling soo bad.
tanker wrote:Don't forget that after Wacken they are playing in Poland. The cost of shipping all their gear back over here for a couple of shows then back to Europe then back over here for SA tour is not worth it.
Scorpions Truck wrote:The question is: who is forgotten, The Scoprions of Van Halen?
Haven´t heard nothing from VH since ages....... but may be I am not realy involved in what happens in this biz.......
Scorplady wrote:Well I'm going to disagree with the both of you - for their final tour I don't want them co-headlining with anyone. It's about the Scorpions, not Def Leppard or Van Halen. Seats might be selling poorly, but the economy sucks - they are offering these crazy expensive VIP packages and there are many tours for people to choose from at the same time.
The fact that the assumption management is making that the Scorpions are in the forefront as a megaband here in North America is wrong and we'll miss out because of it.
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