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*shakes head*  jm.com - why are they always a day late and dime short??  They have actually sent out an email! 
Mind you, we already have all this information for weeks before they confirm it and that's pretty standard - the SOPAC ticket website has the concert details and has done for - how long? At least a couple of days now...
They do have some new photo & autograph information in BOLD for the event - see below

James Marsters - Your Funny Valentine [15 Feb 2009]

Each day is Valentine's Day with James Marsters.

James invites you to join him at a very special event. The star of the upcoming movie Dragonball and TV's Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Angel, cult hit Torchwood and Smallville will be hosting an intimate full days program for just 150 people. The program includes: talk, concert, exclusive stage performance, screenings, photo session, personalized autograph and a signed souvenir from James.


A limited number of tickets have been released for the evening concert part only of James Marsters' one day event on February 15th in South Orange, NJ.

James will be playing acoustic guitar at the all-seated venue, which has excellent sound.

All seating is reserved. Tickets for the concert are $20 and are available from the SOPAC website ($3 online booking fee) or via phone booking on 973-313-2787 ($3.50 charge on phone bookings). Tickets are non-refundable.

Doors open at 7.30pm for the concert, which is open to all ages.


Date:   Sunday 15 February 2009
Times:   Doors open 11:30am. Event begins at noon. Expected to end at 10pm at the latest
Location:   South Orange Performing Arts Centre (SOPAC), South Orange, NJ

Tickets: Sold out.

Event includes:
- exclusive theatrical performance
- signed souvenir from Dragonball
- personalised autograph
- Q&A with James
- photo session (with professional event photographer)
- acoustic concert
- screenings
- free raffle for exclusive goods

Extra photo opportunities and extra autographs will be sold at the limited day event. Extra photos will be $60 each and limited to no more then 3 per person and extra autographs will be $40 each and also limited to no more then 3 per person and not personalized. They will be sold on a cash only basis.

Seating: All seating is pre-assigned.

Access: Please state any special needs when purchasing ticket. Full access details on SOPAC website.

Photography: Still photographs can be taken throughout the event. Flash maybe used during the first two songs of the concert.

Audio or Video recording: Please note no audio or video recording is allowed and we reserve the right to remove without refund any person caught bootlegging or otherwise causing a disturbance.

Transport: SOPAC is next to South Orange Station on the NJ Transit Line, 30 minutes from New York's Penn Station. Trains run regularly to Newark, New York and elsewhere. See SOPAC website for further travel directions. Free parking is available at the venue. Newark is the nearest major airport for both domestic and international flights.

Area: South Orange Village has a rich history dating back to the Revolutionary War. Today, the area is a charming village, home to many actors, artists and writers.

Within walking distance of SOPAC there are many restaurants, diners and bars including: Irish pub
- Mexican cantina
- Traditional diners
- Deli takeaway
- Pizza restaurant
- Sushi bar
- Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks...

For further details on South Orange, go to southorange.org.

For all ticketing enquiries or related matters please go to sopacnow.org.

Presented by Himber Entertainment.

goddess bless their little cotton socks...  sometimes they make me a bit cross...  :{


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Jan. 7th, 2009 10:37 pm (UTC)
Lol. I lufs your little yellow icons. :D I'd very much like to go to this. No chance with funds non-existent credit crunch or not! :(
Jan. 8th, 2009 10:18 pm (UTC)
Oh i'm with you 100%... if money was no object, i'd have had a front row seat the day the tickets were released. However, it was too much for just one day - factoring in airfares, hotels, travelling costs etc. If money had been no object, i'd have gone First Class for a week and 'done' New York as well, with a couple of mates!
*treats self to a magazine subscription*
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