We can’t blame you. Tour date Websites such as ours can be a bit trying on the old patience. That’s why we had our top computer technologists create an easy, step-by-step guide to looking up all the concert info on our little piece of the Web.

Presenting Pollstar.com For Dummies, Version 2.0

Chapter One: First, you’ll need a computer.

Yes, we’ve listened to your complaints and we’ve paid attention to your rants. You want an easier Website. One that doesn’t tax the brain with mental logic pain. A Website that makes it as easy as possible to look up the dates for ZZ Top, Fleetwood Mac and Joan Armatrading.

Chapter Two: Next, plug it in.

“Keep it simple,” you said. “Forget the bells and whistles, just give me Eagles and Dixie Chicks,” you remarked. With Pollstar.com For Dummies 2.0, we’ve made the world’s easiest tour data site even easier.

Chapter 3: The next thing you need to do is turn on the computer.

With this simple, step-by-step, 561 page guide, you’ll soon be on the pathway to tour date heaven. We’ll teach you how to alphabetize the Motorhead listing by venue, how to cross-reference the The Butchies cities with the dates for Boston, and how to look up big festival productions like Ozzfest and .

Chapter Four: If you haven’t yet turned on your monitor, refer to step three.

Easier than Ticketmaster for Imbeciles and containing more pictures than MTV For Fryminds, Pollstar.com For Dummies 2.0 is your roadmap to the routings for De La Soul, k.d. lang and Ween.

Chapter Five: Remember. First you point, then you click.

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Chapter Six: If you’re having trouble clicking, refer to chapter 92; “Knowing Your Left From Your Right.”

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