A Kevin and Bean Glossary

Almost Acoustic Christmas

Posted in Almost Acoustic Christmas by Aaron Burr on March 9, 2007

A pair of annual concerts held at the relatively small Gibson Amphitheater featuring several bands that could sell out much larger venues on their own. The enormous gap between the demand to see the concerts and the small amount of tickets available leads to great anguish among listeners, especially when tickets sell out in seconds while scalpers have free access to dozens of tickets in advance. Kevin and Bean typically complain about being blamed for such disparity, yet continue to promote the concerts as if their lives depended on it, through live mentions, overly produced commercials, and call-in interviews with the performers, all of which would ordinarily indicate to listeners that they actually have a chance to attend.

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  1. Empty Seats at Sold Out Concerts said, on December 13, 2011 at 12:29 pm

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  2. […] the weekend I went to two great concerts, the annual Almost Acoustic Christmas shows here in Los Angeles. And despite the fact that these shows sell out within minute of the […]

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