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Can a U2 fan aged 10 stand with her parents?

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Help! I was so excited to when I got my GA tickets. My10 year-old will see her first U2 concert with me. Oh no! - I read that no under 14s will be admitted to GA. Does anyone, from personal experience, know if this will be enforced. I don't want to queue for hours and be refused entry

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It might happen and of course for her own security

 

I think basically depends on how old she looks

 

One of my friend 's daughter aged not even 13 was allowed with no questions in the GA area @ 3Arena in Dublin 2 yrs ago but she looks older than her age

 

Personally I wouldn't let a 10yrs old kid queue for hours and then standing in a big crowded pitch as Twickenham

Edited by monica martino

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Hi Monica.Thank you for responding. She does look 10. Unsure what to do. May have to sell her ticket. I'll see what other responses I get.

 

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Wouldn't recommend standing for a 10YO at Twickenham - they won't get to see very much. I'm sure via the forum you could find a swap for seats as loads of people would have tried for GA in the first instance.

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