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Willie Williams Talks Joshua Tree Tour

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krattapopov    0

Really good article here on rolling stone as they continue to hype the tour!

 

I found this question and answer interesting: 

 

 

I'm looking at a seating chart now. Is the B Stage in the shape of a tree?

Oh, is that a commercially available seating chart?

Yeah, it's on Ticketmaster.
[Laughs] Oh, OK, gosh. Yes. If it's on Ticketmaster, I don't mind telling you. We're still kind of working that out, but the shadow of the tree is on the pitch.

 

 

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nitz1    4

Really good article here on rolling stone as they continue to hype the tour!

 

I found this question and answer interesting: 

 

 

 

I'm looking at a seating chart now. Is the B Stage in the shape of a tree?[/size]

Oh, is that a commercially available seating chart?

Yeah, it's on Ticketmaster.

[Laughs] Oh, OK, gosh. Yes. If it's on Ticketmaster, I don't mind telling you. We're still kind of working that out, but the shadow of the tree is on the pitch.

 

Too funny- just goes to show how obsessed we are- and it's just another day at the office for him-- went back in time today on my lunch hour and read bits of Willies diary from Pop Mart tour- didn't know there was one- great read- hope he brings it back this tour it's been awhile

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Canadanne    0

 

Really good article here on rolling stone as they continue to hype the tour!

 

I found this question and answer interesting: 

 

 

I'm looking at a seating chart now. Is the B Stage in the shape of a tree?[/size]

Oh, is that a commercially available seating chart?

Yeah, it's on Ticketmaster.

[Laughs] Oh, OK, gosh. Yes. If it's on Ticketmaster, I don't mind telling you. We're still kind of working that out, but the shadow of the tree is on the pitch.

Too funny- just goes to show how obsessed we are- and it's just another day at the office for him-- went back in time today on my lunch hour and read bits of Willies diary from Pop Mart tour- didn't know there was one- great read- hope he brings it back this tour it's been awhile

 

 

I really hope so too. The last tour just wasn't the same without Willie's diary!

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redsoxsrule    0

Well with the amount of money that the tickets cost to see u2 which is more than a lot of acts out there where upper level at Gillette had tickets around 122 dollars after fees and like 300 + dollars for a lot of lower level seats I think if you are spending that much money fans expect more than a minimal stage like he described it as probably being. That's just my opinion.

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jeffwalsh    0

I think if you are spending that much money fans expect more than a minimal stage like he described it as probably being.

 

I don't think he said that at all... he just doesn't want to say anything in advance. I mean, if you look at the i+e stage, it was completely minimal...

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redsoxsrule    0

 

I think if you are spending that much money fans expect more than a minimal stage like he described it as probably being.

I don't think he said that at all... he just doesn't want to say anything in advance. I mean, if you look at the i+e stage, it was completely minimal...

The stage was minimal, but the effects and screen were crazy and complex so all in all it was more than simplistic.

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hestia    1

U2 has a way of presenting complexity in a minimalist environment.....

I believe I am doing the opposite of that

:)

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