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Too Late for Ticketmaster Voucher Redemption?

I go to A LOT of concerts so I knew that there was a class action suit against Ticketmaster and that I was probably going to get some kind of credit for tickets.  Since the lineup for Made in America was just announced and I planned to buy tickets, I was hoping that I could use the “credit” toward those tickets but after reading an article in yesterday, it looks like you can only use the voucher(s) for eligible shows.

I signed into my account to see if I indeed had a voucher(s) and it looks like I do but there’s a message saying that all eligible ticket vouchers have been redeemed and the first wave of eligible events has been closed.  WTH.  I have lots of promo codes that don’t expire until 2020 so I hope to get to use them all.  I guess I’ll need to keep my eyes open to make sure I don’t miss the next wave of eligible tickets. Keep your eyes open too if you have vouchers.

Special Hours & Closings in August & September

Next Friday, August 7th, we will not be open late for First Friday.  We will close at 5:30 – regular Friday hours.

First Friday, September 4th, we will be closed.

There also will not be an Italian Classic Cinema movie screening on the second Friday of September, September 11th.

Vinyl Revival will be closed for vacation from Saturday, August 29th through Tuesday, September 15th.  We will re-open on Wednesday, September 16th at 2:00 p.m.

Indie Film Screening Series is Back!

FGFridays4graphicThrough  a partnership with the FirstGlance Film Festival, Vinyl Revival is proud to program a variety of features, documentaries and short films by independent filmmakers for a monthly First Friday screening series in the spring and fall. Indie filmmakers can also bring their own short films on Show Us Ur Shorts open mic style screening nights.  First Friday Flicks happen each September, October & November and February, March & April starting at 7:30 p.m. 

Tickets are $8, $5 for students and seniors, and are available online at or in-person up until show time at Vinyl Revival.  Light refreshments will be provided free of charge but guests are welcome to BYOB and snacks.

February’s (February 6th) First Friday Flick is the short documentary, “SEPTA: In Motion,” by Isaac Mell.

Can’t make it Friday night?  First Friday Flicks will also screen on Saturdays each month at 2 p.m.