The Myspace Music Tour is going all around the US and one of their stops is San Diego. Hellogoodbye & Say Anything are the headlining bands and they will be at Soma this fall. I’d recommend getting your tickets early for this as it’s bound to sell out such a small venue. If you can’t find the tickets you want to this show at the box office here are the places to shop for after market tickets:
1. AIW Tickets always has a great inventory and usually has the cheapest prices too.
2. Stubhub is an excellent place to shop online as well.
They’ll even let you sell your tickets there.
3. TicketsNow is also a solid after market ticket vendor and usually has access the hard to find tickets
4. If those aren’t cutting it for you try a couple of these ticket vendors as well:
Here’s some info about Say Anything from Wikipedia:
Some time after …Is a Real Boy was released, a set of 8 songs entitled Vs. AIDS Demos was leaked onto the internet by an unknown source. Soon the band told fans that the demos were part of an AIDS benefit album that had been scrapped, and told anyone who had attained them not to distribute them to anyone else. Max Bemis later stated on his website that “that shit sucks” in regard to the demos, though it was eventually commercially released under the title …Was a Real Boy.
Say Anything then signed with J Records, owned by BMG Entertainment, one of the “big four” record labels. Under J Records they have re-released …Is a Real Boy with a bonus disk entitled …Was a Real Boy containing seven of the eight Vs. AIDS Demos. This album, originally scheduled to be released on October 25th, 2005, was delayed over 4 months to February 28th, 2006. Some copies ended up leaking out through various retailers, most notably Tower Records’ through their website. Most leaks occurred due to retailers shipping pre-orders before J Records had a chance to stop them. Soon copies of the album were selling for over $50 on eBay.
Say Anything is planning on releasing a double album on October 23rd, 2007, In Defense of the Genre. It will be produced by Brad Wood (Sunny Day Real Estate, The Smashing Pumpkins, Foo Fighters).
And some about Hellogoodbye:
In 2006, hellogoodbye appeared on the Vans Warped Tour. On August 8, 2006, Drive-Thru Records released hellogoodbye’s first full-length CD Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs!. The album contains mostly re-recorded versions of previously released songs, five of which were scheduled to be on hellogoodbye’s never-released 2002 debut album (“All Time Lows”, “I Saw It on Your Keyboard”, “Two Weeks in Hawaii”, “Figures A and B”, and “Touchdown Turnaround”). On November 7, 2006, hellogoodbye released an internet-only remix EP called Remixes!, which can be purchased at the iTunes Store, as well as the band’s MySpace page.
In January 2007, the single “Here (In Your Arms)” saw a resurgence on Top 40 radio and entered the Billboard Hot 100 (peaking at #14) and the Pop 100 (peaking at #9). The single is now certified Gold, well on its way to Platinum. In the same month, they also appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and began a headlining tour of Japan and the United Kingdom, supported by Houston Calls and Plain White T’s. Also one of their songs (“Oh, It is Love”) is the theme song on MTV’s “Engaged and Underage”. On March 13, 2007, they released an iTunes exclusive three song EP, which features three different remixes of the song “All of Your Love”. In April, they headlined the side stage at Give It a Name 2007. As of April 3 they are doing a North American tour with Boys Like Girls, called “Two Months of Spring Break Tour ’99″. hellogoodbye are set to play the Reading and Leeds Festivals in August 2007 and have also announced a headline show to be played at the London Astoria on August 21, which has already sold out. On May 5 2007, the band played the main stage of The Bamboozle in New Jersey.
On June 6, 2007, the band performed on Last Call with Carson Daly. They also appeared in the MTV film Super Sweet 16: The Movie.
The band are due to release the song “Baby, It’s Fact” from the album Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs! in the UK on the 10th September.