Sunday, June 19, 2016

The Cure in NYC (06-19-16)

June 19th, 2016
Madison Square Garden in New York, NY
Sold Out! / Doors at 7 PM Eastern
The Twilight Sad 8 - 8:40 / The Cure 9:07 - 11:48
Get there early for The Twilight Sad! They're excellent!

Twilight Sad setlist: Cold Days from the Birdhouse, Last January, Reflection From the Television, Alphabet, It Never Was the Same, There's a Girl in the Corner, The Wrong Car

Setlist: Tape / Open, High, Pictures of You, This Twilight Garden, A Night Like This, The End of the World, Lovesong, Primary, If Only Tonight We Could Sleep, All I Want, Push, In Between Days, Just Like Heaven, From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea, The Hanging Garden, One Hundred Years, End

1st encore: It Can Never Be the Same, Pornography

2nd encore: Dressing Up, The Snakepit, Burn

3rd encore: Lullaby, Never Enough, Fascination Street, Wrong Number

4th encore: The Lovecats, Let's Go To Bed, Close to Me, Why Can't I Be You?, Boys Don't Cry

Photos: Concert Chick / Brooklyn Vegan

Videos: The Twilight Sad - Last January / Alphabet / There's a Girl in the Corner / The Wrong Car

The Cure - Open / High / Pictures of You / This Twilight Garden / The End of the World / Primary 1 - 2 - 3 / If Only Tonight We Could Sleep 1 - 2 - 3 / All I Want 1 - 2 - 3 / In Between Days / Just Like Heaven / From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea / The Hanging Garden 1 - 2 / One Hundred Years / End / It Can Never Be the Same / Pornography 1 - 2 - 3 / Dressing Up / The Snakepit / Burn / Fascination Street / The Lovecats /

Periscopes: Twilight Sad 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 / The Cure - 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 /

Clips: Twilight Sad - Last January 1 - 2  - Thank You /

They are selling the $25 limited edition numbered posters for NYC, like the ones they sold in Chicago.

Preview articles: New York Times / Brooklyn Vegan

Pre-show meet up at Stout NYC in The Cellar at  5 PM.

Post show afterparty at American Whiskey. Doors open at 10:45 PM.

A photo posted by AMF (@andyjmf) on




Keep checking Ticketmaster, as tickets have been available off & on, for the last few days. The same goes for Night 3. Tickets still available right now. Also check at the box office.

If you're going to the show and wouldn't mind sending in the live setlist or anything else, please let me know. Twitter, email, text, Facebook, whatever works best for you. Thanks!

If you're still looking for tickets, I will be posting any last minute offers on Twitter (I'm @CraigatCoF) and here.

15 comments:

  1. Second of four! Thank you!

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  2. I'll tweet some pics and updates as needed.

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  3. First of ten this year, will try and lose a few of my friends as followers on instagram

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  4. you do such a great job, Craig ! thank you for your dedication :).

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  5. This Twilight Garden, completely forgot about The Hanging Garden! What's next...The Caterpillar??

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  6. Just read the "review" in the New York Times on night 1 at MSG (thanks Muldfeld for pointing out the article in yesterday's comments section. I saw the link to the preview article but didn't realize there was a full blown "review"). Are you kidding me? I couldn't help but raise my eyebrows/guffaw/snicker (and sometimes all three reactions at the same time) at some of the idiotic statements made by the author. ๐Ÿ˜ฒ There was an unmistakable, subtle underlying tone of condescension throughout. While I don't expect the author to fawn or to "squeak with idiot fake surprise" over the band's every move, the author's general attitude towards the band was somewhat disdainful, if not downright hostile at times. Though it was far from objective, it made for an entertaining read. Especially laughable was the early attempt to characterize the band's work as a series of oxymoronic noun-adjective combos. This grotesquely inaccurate and simplistic depiction was "seriously funny" as it demonstrates that the band is "once again" "clearly misunderstood" by this "passive aggressive" author who was likely "alone in the crowd" in his way of thinking...pardon the pun(s)! ๐Ÿ˜œ ๐Ÿ˜  ๐Ÿ˜œ ๐Ÿ˜ 
    Amazing how far downhill the NYT has gone over the years...I don't read it often but it seems as if (to use the author's own words, or rather, the words of RS) the NYT has fallen down a pit and will likely stay there for awhile until it comes back up...for now it's another biased liberal rag right on par with the equally atrocious LA Times. ๐Ÿ˜ฑ

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    1. Bet you a $50 spot that the author was Eddie Vedder's new number 1 fanboy... ha or mebbe t'wasth sir sire EV☆~! himself yano r-`,

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    2. I really hope Robert hasn't come across this article. My goodness. It's like, no wonder he doesn't do (to my knowledge) interviews.

      I'd love to know the inspiration behind the video backdrops for each song, did he come up with them himself or was someone hired on to pick them out?

      The fixed camera bit showing them always from a distance is a bit concerning, maybe it's so we can have a closer view of the backdrop, not because they're insecure?

      Either or, I've just woken up.

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    3. Maybe the regular staff writers did not want to cover the story so it fell into the lap of the summer intern? Probably a Millennial with questionable musical taste... LOL. Surprised they didn't use "dulcet tones" to describe band's work. As for the backdrops I'm guessing it was a collaborative effort. Who needs fixed cameras when we can fixate on close-up images via YouTube.๐Ÿ”Ž

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    4. Maybe the regular staff writers did not want to cover the story so it fell into the lap of the summer intern? Probably a Millennial with questionable musical taste... LOL. Surprised they didn't use "dulcet tones" to describe band's work. As for the backdrops I'm guessing it was a collaborative effort. Who needs fixed cameras when we can fixate on close-up images via YouTube.๐Ÿ”Ž

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    5. Yes, this review is so "awful" that Reeves has posted it on his official Twitter and Facebook accounts.

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  7. Both night one and two were great but I enjoyed night one slightly more. I have one more tonight then done for the tour! I still have some songs I really want to hear that they have been playing on this tour: Screw, Sinking, Gove Me It, Piggy in the Mirror, The Top, Catch, Trust, Letter to Elise, 2Late, Exploding Boy...AHHH REALLY HOPE THEY APPEAR TONIGHT!

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  8. Lucky you will get to hit all 3...I was at night 1 and found myself jealous of night 2s set list. However it was special , this one just went so fast ...faster then any other cure show I've been lucky to attend.

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  9. I love that as Pornography starts (the first link) you can hear someone shout out 'Boys Don't Cry'!! Er, nope!

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