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Night 1 or Night 2 More Popular?

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I am planning to participate in the presale this morning at 10am. I am hoping to go to both nights, but wonder which night I should use my presale for and which night I should try for with general public on Monday? I am thinking Night 1 is more popular and should use my presale for that, and try for night 2 with the general public on monday. Any thoughts on which show is the "harder ticket"?

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Both shows are great to be at. But my personal experience is that the second show is the better one.

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Both shows are great to be at. But my personal experience is that the second show is the better one.

But which show has the greater demand? ;-)

 

Again, I'm TRYING for both nights, but who knows what will happen. I want the strategy that gives me the greatest chance of attending both nights.....

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That's everyone's strategy so I'd say you're in the same boat as everyone else.

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Last show in a particular venue is in my opinion the one with the greatest demand. That's why I purchased tickets for Amsterdam night 2. Without a doubt....;)

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Sorry, I've probably missed something here, I wasn't aware it'd been made clear between the nights.. Or is one the innocence and one the experience? As much as I'd love to do both I can't see it being easy getting 4 tickets for each, so for me the better show would be the full guitar sound, not the acoustic set - if that's how it's going to be.. 

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I'm using my code for night two, because that is the date my friend can do.  On Monday in the public on sale I'm going to try for GA or a single seat for night one. 

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