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Lancaster, PA Ticket Exchange

Sun, Jul 22, 2018 at 5:00 PM by User 18 Comments
Lancaster, PA Ticket Exchange
LANCASTER, PA! For those of you who got snowed out, redeem your previous tickets for our August 4th performance at Musikfest, in Bethlehem, PA. Tickets must be untorn/unredeemed Original tickets must be shown at Musikfest box office. You must register HERE by 7/27 to add your name to the list!
  1. Lapoore avatar

    On Fri, Aug 16, 2019 at 3:46 PM, Lapoore said:

    I still can't believe that this was NEVER taken care of. I still have my tickets and I'm WAITING.

  2. Micheke avatar

    On Tue, Oct 23, 2018 at 12:30 PM, Micheke said:

    Agree with everyone here ... the option to use the Lancaster tickets for an event with just 5 days notice (and a much further drive for me) was not an acceptable alternative! Just looked at the schedule and there is another show on 11/17 at the Parx Casino. What about honoring our tickets for that show? Now it's still over an hour drive for me (DE) but I'd be willing to once again spend my time/money/gas to get there if Daughtry would honor my money already spent!!

  3. Brenda Erdman avatar

    On Thu, Oct 4, 2018 at 12:16 PM, Brenda Erdman said:

    Still no response, no make up concert, no resolution for those who bought tickets but never saw the show!

  4. Brenda Erdman avatar

    On Fri, Sep 28, 2018 at 5:50 AM, Brenda Erdman said:

    So why isn’t anything more being done for those Lancaster fans who abided by the state of Emergency law and didn’t go out on the roads to attend you concert ?
    Ate we supposed to just accept that we totally wasted our hard earned money and you lied to us about making good on that concert?

  5. Brenda Erdman avatar

    On Fri, Sep 28, 2018 at 5:45 AM, Brenda Erdman said:

    Last time I sent a message it ignored my message and told me to contact someone?? Who was I to contact?

  6. Brenda Erdman avatar

    On Fri, Sep 28, 2018 at 5:42 AM, Brenda Erdman said:

    Shameful

  7. Brenda peace avatar

    On Sat, Sep 15, 2018 at 5:28 PM, Brenda peace said:

    I am very disapointed, by the time i seen the concert switch it was to late. And when u made ur announcement after the Lancaster show it left the impression that you where going to find a date to return to American Music Theatre in Lancaster, no mention of a concert that would be near or around Lancaster. 250$ is alot of money to me and I spent it cause i really wanted to see u with my daughter and niece. I see i am not the only one who is diapointed . My tickets have been being held at AMT because as I said i was under the impression u were returning to Lancaster. Just woundering how ur going to make this right Chris Daughtry

  8. Lapoore avatar

    On Fri, Sep 14, 2018 at 3:04 PM, Lapoore said:

    I have to agree with everyone about the notice of the makeup concert. I saw the notice 1 day after the deadline and tried to contact both this website and wonderful union. Neither replied and AGAIN I missed out on the concert. I had 3 tickets and was really looking forward to see the band again. This is such a disappointed and has me wondering if I should continue to be a fan of this band and Chris who I have loved since he was on American Idol. Chris needs to make this right with his fans anyway possible. Give us our money back or schedule another concert for the Lancaster fans.

  9. Notemac avatar

    On Fri, Aug 31, 2018 at 2:42 AM, Notemac said:

    Please reschedule your Phoenix, AZ concert, many fans have tickets!

  10. jeffj318 avatar

    On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 7:04 PM, jeffj318 said:

    Chris Daughtry, your net worth is $10 million. I am sure you could spare some loose change off the top and give back to the fans who could not make March 21 show in Lancaster PA due to the state of emergency.

    Chris, your main photo of you and the band shows it all. Your head is down and looks like you are shameful of something. Maybe Lancaster PA show and how you treated the fans?

    The post on your website about attending the Bethlehem PA show was posted only 5 days before the registration ended. What gives on that? Maybe you saw not enough tickets were sold and figured you could throw the bone to the fans from Lancaster?

    Do the right thing, Chris. It probably is a once in a lifetime pay back to the fans who used to love you and could again. What do you say, Chris?

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