Black Tickets begins with the narrator expressing his desire for Jamaica Delila. He discusses in depth how he watches her and notices that she likes to draw on herself, giving herself “tattoos.” The narrator then begins to expand on his working with Raymond in the coffee shop across from where Jamaica works. Following another fantasy of Jamaica, the narrator begins to tell of being in jail and how his father was not existent in his and his mother's lives. The narrator then changes abruptly to a recollection of the time he shared with Jamaica. In remembering his time with her, he also speaks of abuse and death. While telling of the times that his brother, Raymond, got Jamaica's attention, the narrator becomes quite jealous because he always paid attention to her but she preferred that Raymond did not look at her even. Following another flashback to a time where Jamaica told him about how she had wanted to cut her hair and be the boy of the family, the narrator resumes his thought in present-day and how he will be soon headed to a larger jail. He then recalls the last day that he saw Jamaica, when he woke up and her hair was all cut off.
Included below are all of the major party (Democratic-Republican, Federalist, Democratic, National Republican, Whig, and Republican) tickets, along with the nonpartisan candidacy of George Washington. Also included are independent and third party tickets that won at least ten percent of the popular or electoral vote. An asterisk (*) denotes elections held before the ratification of the 12th Amendment. An asterisk or caret (^) denotes elections held before 1832; before 1832, many states did not hold a popular vote for president.
The following post-1800 tickets won less than 10% of the popular vote and less than 10% of the electoral vote, but won more than 1% of the popular vote or at least one electoral vote. A caret (^) denotes elections held before 1832; before 1832, many states did not hold a popular vote for president.
In March 2019, Atom Tickets launched Atom Movie Access, a movie subscription service for cinemas that allows exhibitors to create their own customized movie subscription plan.
Established in 2014, Atom Tickets’ Series A funding was led by Lionsgate. It was started by four partners, Matthew Bakal (currently co-founder and chairman), Ameesh Paleja (co-founder), Geoff Shaevitz (co-founder) and Adam King (co-founder). Paleja says that the idea for Atom Tickets came about because he and his friends, "were frustrated with the experience of coordinating a night out at the movies with friends. Between planning the group and picking the movie, the theater, and the show time, plans often fall apart." On February 1, 2016 they announced a completed Series B round of financing from investors that include The Walt Disney Company, 20th Century Fox and Lionsgate. On May 21, 2018, Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia joined as investors and advisers.
See Tickets also owns Intascape.com Ltd a ticketing software house which provides the SeeThreeSixty ticketing and event management software to football clubs including Manchester City, Lord's Cricket Ground and Reading. The buy out took place in 2007.
Today, See Tickets retails and distributes tickets for music, festival, theatre, sport, comedy and lifestyle events working with more than 5,000 clients globally. Notably, the business sold all 150,000 tickets for the 2015 Glastonbury Festival in 29 minutes. [
The business started as Way Ahead Records in the 1980s, a Nottingham-based record shop which began selling concert tickets in the 1990s. It began trading as See Tickets in 2004 following an acquisition by The Really Useful Group and Bridgepoint Capital.
In 2017, See Tickets launched "Fan-to-Fan", an ethical secondary ticket re-sale platform that allowed customers to only sell their tickets online via See at face value or less. Again in 2017, See also launched "Fan Share" a rep system to allow customers to earn rewards from event organisers for assisting with the sale of tickets on-line.
2019 saw See Tickets launch their new digital ticket service to combat the resale of tickets at an inflated price on the secondary market, which was used for the new tours from Declan McKenna and Bombay Bicycle Club. The digital ticket features a dynamically refreshing barcode which is uniquely tied to a customer’s user account, mobile device and See Tickets app.
In April 2018, See again expanded by acquiring LiveStyle's Netherlands-based online ticketing service, Paylogic. As part of the deal, See Tickets US will ticket LiveStyle's US-based events such as; Electric Zoo, Life in Color, Sunset Music Festival, and Spring Awakening.
In 2019, Vivendi-owned French ticket agent Digitick moved to fully integrate with See Tickets and re-branded as "Digitick by See Tickets". Later in 2019, Paylogic also rebranded as See Tickets.
Tickets is a 2005 comedy-drama anthology film directed by Ermanno Olmi, Abbas Kiarostami and Ken Loach. It was written by Ermanno Olmi, Abbas Kiarostami, and Paul Laverty. Three interconnected stories unfold on a train journey from Innsbruck to Rome.
Atom Tickets is a company based in Santa Monica, California that sells movie tickets and services through its app and website.
Atom Tickets allows users to buy movie tickets through their app or at their website. In addition to ticket sales, some theaters offer advanced concession sales through the service.
The tickets are the same for all means of transport in Prague (metro, trams, buses, funiculars and ferries).
Berlin public transit passes are available from many places, automated and non-automated, from BVG, Bahn, and authorized third-parties. The Ring-Bahn Line and the other S-Bahn lines are included, as are all U-Bahn lines, buses, trams, ferries, and most trains within the city limits: tickets are valid for all transportation considered part of the Berlin-Regional public transit system.
For the UK Tour in January 2004, where the band supported Athlete, tickets for the Nottingham and London dates sold out early. Tickets for the Preston, Glasgow and Cambridge shows could be obtained from Wayahead (now called See Tickets). Tickets for the Nottingham and York shows could be purchased from Gigsandtours and those for the show at Reading University had to be obtained in person (at the University) or online through Wegottickets.
Snow Patrol did a short tour of the United States to promote Final Straw. Tickets for each show could be obtained only through the venue website, or phone. Snow Patrol appeared on the "Carling Live New Kings of Rock 'n' Roll" series, where they supported Jet. Tickets for this show were not available for sale to the general public, they could only be won from Carlinglive. The band played a lone date supporting the Pixies in the Netherlands. Tickets for this date could be obtained from the Dutch Ticketmaster website. The band played two sideshows when they visited Australia to play at Splendour at the Grass. Tickets for the shows were available from Frontiertouring.
Unlike tickets at the 2006 men's World Cup in Germany, the tickets for the Women's World Cup were not personalised. The same city series ticket can be used by different people for different games.