Upcoming nyctaper Events

September 5, 2007
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Kria Brekkan:
September 9, 2007, Posted Above

The Hold Steady / Old 97’s:
September 17, 2007, Posted Above / Posted Above

Bjorkestra / Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey:
September 22, 2007, Posted Above / Posted Above

Bjork:
September 24, 2007, Posted Above

Animal Collective:
September 30, 2007, Webster Hall NYC
October 1, 2007, Webster Hall NYC
Animal Collective Tickets at Webster Hall

The Mekons:
October 3, 2007, Gramercy Theater NYC

Fiery Furnaces:
October 6, 2007, Sound Fix Records, Brooklyn, NY (8:00 pm)

Sigur Ros:
October 6, 2007, Florence Gould Hall, NYC (12:00 am)

Of Montreal:
October 13, 2007, Of Montreal Tickets at Roseland Ballroom

Regina Spektor:
October 15, 2007, Regina Spektor Tickets at Hammerstein Ballroom

Bruce Springsteen:
October 18, 2007, Madison Square Garden, NYC

Morrissey:
October 22, 2007, Hammerstein Ballroom, NYC

The Shins:
October 24, 2007, Terminal Five, NYC

The Decemberists:
November 1, 2007
November 2, 2007, Terminal Five, NYC

Phil Lesh and Friends:
November 8, 2007, Phil Lesh Tickets at Nokia Theatre Times Square

mum:
November 9, 2007, Church of St. Paul NYC
November 10, 2007, Society for Ethical Culture Concert Hall NYC

Pierce Turner:
December 2, 2007, Joe’s Pub NYC
December 9, 2007, Joe’s Pub NYC

I am disappointed, but must announce that I will not be attending the Virgin Festival in Toronto this weekend.

Recordings will be posted at this site for each of those concerts that nyctaper attends and records. As with any future plans, some of these concerts may not be attended or recorded by nyctaper, for reasons out of my control. Please check back to the site often for updates as other concerts will be added.

I have received numerous requests to attend and record certain specific events. Please bear in mind that my time and energy are limited. Specific requests are more likely to be successful if accompanied by a guest list pass, complimentary ticket or other incentives.

3 Responses to Upcoming nyctaper Events

  1. lambsbreath
    September 10, 2007 at 9:57 pm

    Unfortunate for Rush fans to see that you won’t be attending that show, as previously planned. Hold Steady fans must be pleased though…

  2. September 11, 2007 at 6:39 am

    Well, to be honest, the ticket price was going to be something like $120-$140, even buying from someone trying to dump tickets on craigslist.

    I’ve spent something like $1200 on concert tickets already this year, and I just couldn’t justify spending that much more for a concert I didn’t really have an independent interest in seeing.

    Frankly, I’m a little surprised that no Rush fans came forward to help out, the same way I’m a little surprised that I haven’t received any server-fee-offsetting donations in like 6 weeks.

  3. lambsbreath
    September 11, 2007 at 10:12 pm

    Besides, there’s already enough Rush shows from this tour floating around, right?

    I agree with not wanting to spend that much for something you may find “ho-hum”, even if it is likely their last tour. Weird how no Rush fans came out to help out… I would have thought there would have been someone offering…

    Wow, six weeks? If I was working I would gladly help out, seeing how that Stripes Charlottetown show I got from here is likely my favourite boot, bar none, of 2007 so far. Again, incredibly huge thanks for going through the trouble for the rest of us.

    Thanks also for the insight…

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