Correct, I did it for the album launch your and received a code but didn't buy tickets in the end.CanYouKeepUp wrote:So I can just sign up to the mailing list and get a code without even buying the album, is that correct?
I know she’s huge and I know she’s good, and she’ll sell out regardless - but I’ve always liked tours that are named after a studio album to be promoted and sold based on new music rather than the old stuff. I know 30 years into it it makes no difference - Kylie delivers and always brings the hits anyway - but I just prefer an act to sell on the strength of their new stuff than their old. It sort of makes the new album sort of irrelevant in a way.Thriller wrote:Why? It won't just be Golden tracks!menime123 wrote:Hmm... I’m always suspicious when tickets go on sale before an album drop
Once the album drops, you might if it’s shitebiscuits wrote:The only people going will be lifelong fans based on her legacy anyway so really don’t see the problem