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A little background info, one of my favorite bands is doing a world tour next year. I live on the East Coast and all their concerts on the East Coast are in July, August and September. I am going to be in Greece those three months. So, if I was to write a sentence where I am disappointed about that, how would it go?

  1. Of course, all the concerts on the East Coast had to be on the same dates as my trip to Greece

Or

  1. All the concerts on the East Coast are on the same dates as my trip to Greece.

Or

  1. All the concerts on the East Coast are happening while I am traveling to Greece.

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If you have a completely different way to word it, I am all ears :)

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You could use any of these three sentences, however, as it is unlikely that it will take you three months to travel to Greece, I think that the third would be better if you said:

All the concerts on the East Coast are happening while I am holidaying in Greece.

Or possibly:

All the concerts on the East Coast will be happening while I am holidaying in Greece.

This, of course, assumes that you will be holidaying in Greece, rather than studying or carrying out business.

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  • Note that using "holiday" as a verb is British English. In American English you could say "All the concerts on the East Coast are happening while I am on vacation in Greece. – Ethan B. Jul 6 '19 at 1:18

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