On Halloween night in San Diego, Rocket from the Crypt will be playing our farewell show. After 16 years of scars and ear damage all in the name of spreading goodwill and the Rock N Roll doctrine, we will take the stage for the last time on our favorite day of the year. We know that it is very difficult for those around the world to be with us for this celebration, but we invite all that have been a part of this awesome ride to come out one more time and give it up for the band. We will offer those that have supported and fueled us the first opportunity to purchase tickets. The show is taking place in a hotel ballroom and room packages will be offered with the tickets if you desire. There is a limited number of these discounted room/ticket packages available. There will be five ticket options. 1. Ticket only, 2. Room with 1 ticket, 3. Room with 2 tickets, 4. Room with 3 tickets, 5. Room with 4 tickets. The show is unfortunately 21 and up only as there will be rampant live!r-defying consumption. The rest of the info is below.
Rocket From The Crypt’s last show
Monday, October 31 2005
Westin Horton Plaza Grand Ballroom (910 Broadway Circle – San Diego, CA)
21 and up
Other bands TBA
Fan pre-sale: Friday, September 9, 2005 at 12:00 pm (PST) at casbah.frontgatetickets.com This presale will only last until Sunday night (September 11) before they are open to everyone else!! Ticket options and prices (We apologize for the cost, expenses are high):
- $30.00 advance ticket only
- $165.00 Room with one ticket (Hotel tax is not included in this price)
- $25.00 each additional ticket with room. Up to four tickets may be purchased with room package.
This option is only available until October 1, 2005!
Rocket tattoos will be accommodated for the show admission only BUT we need to know if you are planning to attend. If you are already a member of Speedo’s Army please email firstname.lastname@example.org and RSVP.
You must RSVP by October 1st.
Once you RSVP you must be admitted in the show by 8:30 or your spot will taken by someone else. We want to insure that we accommodate as many people as possible.