policy is if show is postponed no refunds'
if show is cancelled refunds will be made available
Ticketmaster changed this policy starting in May where you can request refunds for postponed events. I've been able to request refunds for 5 of the 6 tickets I have (not all Tool). Tool is the only one I can't request as it doesn't even show that it's postponed.
I think the policy changed to 30 days after the show is postponed you can request, or if a new date was announced you have 30 days to request.
Given that tickets to Tool shows can be a shitfight, I'd be inclined to keep it unless you really need the coin.
And I really don't at the moment. I was only planning on one show this summer, but sometimes the responsible adult in me says I need to see about getting my money back. The Tool fan always wins out over the responsible adult
Not sure what you mean - haven't Tool already cancelled/postponed their tour dates? You mean they will reschedule their dates for 2021? I think that's more or less a given at this point in time - I don't see large gatherings being a thing for quite some time yet.
I kind of meant re-scheduling for same time next year, and announcing soon. That thought is outdated as they seem to be playing the “wait-and-see” card. I couldn’t imagine the logistical nightmare of all the tours, and venues, and promoters all trying to scramble and re-book cohesive tours that work for everyone financially without the stability of the airline industry or people’s disposable income. Here’s hoping they do anything at all in the next 5 years.