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A bit generic all the sources for your Paul McCartney setlists
https://www.paulmccartney.com/
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Ah, thanks for the explanation for ProgJect. I attended one of their shows and look forward to seeing them again when possible.

They list it all kinds of different ways over the years. With a "The", without a "The", with "Resort", without "Resort". I just decided to go with the basic Foeger Ballroom with an alias. Not a big deal and nothing you did 'wrong' here. I couldn't find an opening date for the ballroom tho, just a lot of alternate names.

https://jaypeakresort.com/trip-planning/weddings

https://jaypeakresort.com/summer/music-series

For GTLO, please add the Biloxi show’s interlude, where band broke into an Aerosmith jam. Would be fun to reference that!

When I was entering some of the past Love Rocks NYC shows I was told to put under a Various Artists format. Let's do that for the 2022 show.
https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/various-artists/2022/beacon-theatre-new-york-ny-6b89f666.html

There was nothing wrong with the Super Bowl "festival" name. Why did you have to change it?

Good Question. The festival was originally call "Super Bowl Halftime Show" and was then correctly renamed "Super Bowl LXI"

A quirk of the site that I have discovered is that when festival names are changed the originally incorrect name comes up on a search. So yesterday a search for "Super Bowl" still showed the festival to be "Super Bowl Halftime Show."

Through trial and error a while ago, I figured out if you change the date of set, and then change it back, it fixes it in the search. Thanks for asking.

The artists' websites, eg Cracker, Big Head Todd, had them listed as performing every day. With your updated info, thanks for correcting.

Capitalisation as source = https://wiki.musicbrainz.org/Style/Language/English
So new users can see why certain words are written in a certain way.

Hi there, thanks for all your contributions! Some of them are not that important though and upset users. E.g. removing periods or commas in infos. For example over here: https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/garage-a-trois/2021/star-theater-portland-or-6b8b263a.html. The thing is that people get e-mail notifications whenever you do such an edit and then they check what has been edited, and then it's only a removed period that was perfectly fine in the first place. I'm sure you understand. Thanks!

I agree, the @Info tag would be better. I inputted something about multiple sets at the end of my reply in the forum. https://www.setlist.fm/forum/setlistfm/website-support/scheduled-start-times-73d7def5

Sorry but I have one more point for you to consider. What if several acts have two shows to do that night? The only "scheduled" times are those for the each show (of multiple acts). This website expects you to indicate times for each show for that day for verification that the second show is not listed in error. As an example, there are currently weeks of Christmas concerts scheduled this month with multiple acts for each concert. The only way to indicate multiple shows for the same day is to put the same scheduled start time for each act for the same show. Again I'd say, the scheduled start time is for all acts of that Christmas show, but the "actual" start time of the act's setlist can be listed when it is performed.

For example, there are concerts that have several acts combined for one show. Happy Together Tours and Dave Koz & Friends Christmas Tours are two that come to mind which include multiple acts. Using your standard, the scheduled start time only applies to whichever act gets to the stage first. Yet the scheduled time by the venue is for the entire show which includes all acts. Most of the time there is a big name along with one act that is practically unknown, but in the cases when there are multiple big names such as Eagles with Doobie Brothers, James Taylor with Jackson Browne, or Journey with Toto, Billy Idol or such, the scheduled start time to me is the start of all acts for the night. The actual start time can then be entered to show when that particular act started. BTW, at a recent Jackson Browne/James Taylor concert (singular), the people who sat next to me were there to see Jackson Browne, not James Taylor. My point is that the multiple acts are part of one concert. Individual setlists can be later noted with an "actual" start time.

I've never seen a scheduled start time for a main act by any venue. Tickets for a show usually list the main act along with a phrase that includes another act, but the time on the ticket is a scheduled start time for both acts. Common sense should tell you that the time on your ticket is for any act that might be playing first. If you want to quibble over whether or not to include a start time for a main act, I have better things to do than argue over something so trivial.

Sadly, the Zebra show at Avondale Estates was cancelled. I have marked it for deletion.

http://www.thedoor.com/sched.html

D&C did Playin' reprise tonight :)

So jealous about the run of Phish shows you just attended!
Alpharetta tickets were snatched up fast.
I wish bands would adopted ticketless entry more to keeps tickets away from scalpers; it's a useless battle.
Hope you are well. DR. AL

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