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Tickets for phsycologically disabled

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Last post 18/09/2018

Posted by Nancy R

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      I think it would be good if a very small amount of tickets were available for those of us who suffer from conditions such as anxiety and depression who really don't know until the day if we are going to be able to cope with the gig or not. If we can't and let the venue know that day, they can release them for general sale.

        Great idea (not).  If we do this we should also have special tickets for people who work, have kids, or who are terminally indecisive.

          and just how would they verify? anyone can claim they have issues, just like they claim they need their dog on the flight for "emotional support"

            Many of us suffer from these issues. Just go and everything will be forgotten for 3 hours of your life in the presence of a Beatle.

              den1821 wrote:

              I think it would be good if a very small amount of tickets were available for those of us who suffer from conditions such as anxiety and depression who really don't know until the day if we are going to be able to cope with the gig or not. If we can't and let the venue know that day, they can release them for general sale.

              FWIW, no need for special tickets or sections.   The vast majority of shows have some tickets released "day of show", and I've been able to go to any number of "sold out shows" by walking up to the box office 1-12 hours before showtime...

                And also FWIW, it’s spelled psychologically. I have situational anxiety and wasn’t on meds my last Paul concert. Was okay once it got started. Next year will have 2 advantages - going with someone and Xanax! 😉