The trailer had barely dropped and half the tickets were gone.

Kevin Wilson

Ghost Live And More

I am very interested in the Ghost movie "Rite Here, Rite Now" which is said to combine movie and concert moments. One of my greatest regrets is not being able to catch the band when the played in the Hub City. At they time they were really on the rise, and still somewhere between their metal beginnings and their mainstream leanings. It would have been the perfect time to catch a band.

Here We Are

Now Ghost have blown up worldwide to the point where it would be very tough for the Hub City to host them. I would say the United Supermarkets Arena might be a little too big for them and every other place too small and/or inadequate for them. This is a heck of a quandary.

The Experience

I was able to see the Red Hot Chili Peppers closed circuit debut of the "I'm With You" album (or was it?) and it was absolutely amazing. I probably remember it better than an actual concert, and of course the players were twenty feet tall on the movie screen. I'm going to go ahead and say "rite here, rite now" that seeing Ghost on the big screen is probably essential even if you have seen them live.

The Showings

The movie is only listed at two places in Lubbock, Cinemark Tinseltown and Alamo Drafthouse. As of 2:30 p.m. today (Thursday) half of the tickets were gone. The movie, at the moment only has two showings, June 20th at 7:00 p.m. and June 22 at 3:00 p.m.* Tickets are $16 dollars and change plus service fees. My total for two tickets at Tinseltown was $37.86.  Grab your seats while you can (and I'll see some of you at the Saturday 3:00 showing at Tinseltown).

*Tinseltown has  added a Thursday showing in XD at 7:00 and a 7:30 regular showing , as well as showings on Friday and Sunday (So much for the "20th & 22nd" on the poster).





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