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Concert Tickets for Sale at Amoeba Hollywood October 2014

Posted by Amoebite, October 1, 2014 05:37pm | Post a Comment

Concert TicketsAmoeba Hollywood regularly sells tickets to local shows, with the added bonus of charging low service fees (if you are into saving money and who isn't really?).

All tickets can be purchased at the registers (while supplies last) for a $2 service fee. We take cash and credit cards for all ticket sales. Store credit and coupons cannot be applied to ticket sales. Limit 4 tickets per person. 

For Club Nokia shows, we only carry general admission tickets. If you wish to purchase reserved seating at Club Nokia (where available), you can buy those tickets online here.

Please note that on the day of the show, we will stop selling tickets for that show at 5pm.

Tickets are limited, so please call the store first to make sure they are available: 323-245-6400.
 

JUST ADDED SHOWS:

Bebel Gilberto at the El Rey

Bebel Gilberto
El Rey
December 6

Milo Greene

Milo Greene
El Rey
February 19

out this week...6/2 & 6/9...sonic youth...deastro...placebo...patrick wolf...

Posted by Brad Schelden, June 11, 2009 11:58am | Post a Comment
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