Changes to Upcoming Brazilian Tour

Due to logistical issues, some changes have been made to Linkin Park's upcoming Brazilian tour.

- Oct. 7th– São Paulo – Anhembi (no changes)
- Oct. 8th – Rio de Janeiro – Citibank Hall Rio (no changes)
- Oct. 10th – Rio de Janeiro – Citibank Hall Rio (new concert in the city)
- Oct. 12th – Porto Alegre – Gigantinho – (the show was previously booked to happen on Oct. 11th on Zequinha Stadium)

Because of these changes, the concert scheduled in Curitiba on October 10 unfortunately had to be cancelled.

For the refund of the tickets purchased for the show in Curitiba, please follow the directions below:

Purchases made personally (box office or other retail outlet):
a. Return to the same location where the purchase was made
b. Present the ticket
c. If the purchase has been made in cash or debit card, the repayment will occur through bank deposit;
d. For purchases made by credit card, the amount will be credited on the card bill used, in 20 days.

Purchases made not personally (Internet and call-center):
a. Send an e-mail with the purchasing date to sac@ticketsforfun.com.br, subject "REFUND";
b. The amount paid will be credited to the card bill used, in 20 days.

Even with the change of date and place of the concert in Porto Alegre, the tickets purchased for this show are valid for the same sectors. There is no need to exchange tickets.

Anyone who purchased tickets and cannot attend the rescheduled concert should follow the orientation described above.

For both concerts (Curitiba and Porto Alegre), refunds may be requested starting on Sept. 12th.

More information: 4003-5588 (valid for the entire country). Monday to Saturday from 9AM to 9PM.

For the new date in the Citibank Hall, Rio de Janeiro, on Oct. 10th, ticket information is below:

LP Underground Presale – Sept. 12th
General Public On Sale – Sept. 14th

 

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Comment by Jackiedis on September 10, 2012 at 12:07pm

Comment by Walter Rangel on September 10, 2012 at 12:06pm

A CULPA NÃO É DA BANDA!! PAREM COM ISSO, MAIS UM MOTIVO PRA ELES NÃO IREM ATÉ CURITIBA.

Comment by one angry fan! on September 10, 2012 at 12:03pm

SOLDIERS VAMOS FLOODAR COM ESSA IMAGEN!! PF AJUDA, DESAFORO DA ORGANIZAÇÃO FAZER ISSO, ENTAO VAMOS VER SE A BANDA FAZ ALGO!!!!

Comment by one angry fan! on September 10, 2012 at 12:03pm

SOLDIERS VAMOS FLOODAR COM ESSA IMAGEN!! PF AJUDA, DESAFORO DA ORGANIZAÇÃO FAZER ISSO, ENTAO VAMOS VER SE A BANDA FAZ ALGO!!!!

Comment by Fabio on September 10, 2012 at 11:58am

where is the show of Curitiba?

 

I'm from Sao Paulo, but first of all I'm Brazilian!!

 

SHAME ON YOU T4FUN!

Hello, my name is Fabio, I'm from Brazil.

I am very happy with the return of Linkin Park in Brazil, went to a show at Morumbi, 2004 and 2010 in Itu - SP, were the best shows I've ever been where a lot of energy and respect the band with the Brazilian public. You guys are amazing.

In this respect the public and fans should show you what is happening with the values of the tickets here in Brazil, I'll do some comparing of Linkin Park's previous shows and concerts of other bands that play here in Sao Paulo:

- 2004-SP Morumbi 80,000 fans - I went to the concert on the lawn and I paid $ 100.00 ($ 50) ticket round.

- 2010 SWU Itu - SP - 210 000 fans, but there were more bands were more than 10hrs of show. I went to the show in premium, paid R $ 560.00 (U.S. $ 230).

- 2012 - Anhembi - SP - I really want to go, but it is difficult. Someone is making lots of money with the Linkin Park concert here in Brazil, since the Premium ticket is $ 600.00 ($ 300)! what's going on?

- 2012 - Credicard Hall - SP - Dream Theater will do a show in August, with the amount of R $ 320.00 ($ 160) Premium, the venue is smaller, but still the ticket is much cheaper and Dream Theater is also a great rock band.

Prices:

http://premier.ticketsforfun.com.br/shows/show.aspx?sh=DREAMTHE12

Here in Brazil the company "Time 4 ($) Fun" which sold and is selling tickets for this new show in 2012 is crap, is a company that does not respect the customers, the organization of the show in 2004 was poorly made, no security and there was much violence, because it opened the gates of the stadium at the scheduled time and then the SWU Premium was much smaller than the amount of tickets sold for the sector, there was more violence, theft and breach of the organization.

In Brazil the minimum wage is R $ 622.00 (U $ 311.00) the vast majority of Brazilians receive it for one month's worth of work and many fans are included in this portion of the population. Even the simple ticket is very expensive, $ 280 full ($ 140) and $ 140 half ($ 70).

Besides the absurd price, now they will cancel the show in Curitiba, so googled the internet, about 9,000 tickets were sold in Curitiba, now I wonder: Ticket prices X 9000 tickets is not enough?

My support for fans of Curitiba!!

If I was sure that most of the money raised would be passed on to the artists involved and show employees that work for real I do not complain because they are the ones that make our expectations and dreams come true with hard work.

I'ma huge fan of Linkin Park, admire the respect of fans, music, social projects, visual art projects. I admire Mike, Chester, Brad, Rob, Phoenix and Mr. Hahn. I want you to know these facts and understand and question the organizers, agents and executives responsible for the tour, if these values are consistent with the reality of the Brazilian fans, as the more expensive it is less faithful fans of Linkin Park will see this amazing show, it is something very special for all the Brazilian fans.

Welcome back Linkin Park!

Comment by Camila M on September 10, 2012 at 11:56am

Who will pay what was spent with travel expenses and lodging? Nobody, i suppose... Ridiculous!

Comment by Marcos Junior on September 10, 2012 at 11:54am

LP IN CURITIBA!!!!! PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE =/ =/

Comment by Marcos Junior on September 10, 2012 at 11:38am

LP IN CURITIBA BRAZIL!! PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! =/ =/

Comment by Marcos Junior on September 10, 2012 at 11:27am

even if the organization is to blame the band is not going to do anything? not going to hire? Now is the time to see if the banda REALLY cares about his fans otherwise, goodbye linkin park! ²

Comment by one angry fan! on September 10, 2012 at 11:25am

even if the organization is to blame the band is not going to do anything? not going to hire? Now is the time to see if the banda REALLY cares about his fans otherwise, goodbye linkin park!

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