Shannon387

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    Female
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    Staring at the sun
  • Favourite U2 Album
    The Joshua Tree, although I love them all
  • Favourite U2 Single
    With or without you, Where the streets have no name, Bad...I could go on
  • First U2 Gig
    2 July 2009, Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain
  • Best U2 Gig
    All of them
  • Favourite U2 Person
    I love them all
  • Fav. Other Bands
    Coldplay, Radiohead, Muse, Snow Patrol, The Fray, and many more

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  1. Yes it is. You'll see a separate check in area where you line up to pick up your packet, then go off through security to line up to get into the stadium. You could theoretically leave and go hand your friend your credit card and come back. This is assuming all stadiums are doing this the same way, which I would anticipate they would.
  2. I replied to your other post.
  3. You wont need your cc for the RED zone. Just a photo ID. You'll pick up the packet prior to going thru security. You could theoretically pick up your RED zone packet, find yor friend in line & give them your credit card.
  4. I don't have any pics but I believe it's mostly all available at the U2.com store. The exception being the location-specific tshirts. They were out of a lot of stuff when I went to my concert. I got what I could & found the rest in the online shop.
  5. I'd be more inclined to believe the band completely loathe technology, cell/mobile phones & cameras if they did ban them all. Also, noticed the only ones against my post that it's not that big of a deal are the ones speaking passionately that they hate it themselves. I'm not condoning filming the entire concert. The band have banned Go Pros which I do support. Someone wants to snap a couple souvenir pics, go for it. Doing it constantly the entire concert on the other hand, super annoying. I get you hate it period. Like Mich said, let's agree to disagree. The band are on tour. I for one would like to just enjoy that. Oh yes, I forgot they got into periscoping with fans on the 360 tour...
  6. I thoroughly enjoyed the show myself. It's about the music and I enjoyed it immensely. I don't think the band gives a rip about cameras & mobile phones taking pics. If they did, it would all be banned. Can it be annoying, sure. Is it ruining the show? No, not at all.
  7. It is confirmed. He did take his own life. All major news sources have reported it. His wife just made a statement as well. Rest In Peace Chris
  8. You can see them on the main stage just fine. The stage is big for that reason. Here was my view. I'm short & stood by the B stage in front of Edge. One tall guy aside, I could see just fine. You're good anywhere inside the RED zone. Note, there are 2 video clips & 2 photos
  9. Attend more concerts 🎶👍🏼 I'm fortunate to be in a great location for concerts. I average about 1-2 concerts a month. I look forward to the next one. I'm not one to really get too sad about the concert being over. Although I get why some do. I like to look through my photos, organize them & watch videos on YouTube to remember. I enjoy my memories. I also try & avoid overexposure to social media sharing of concert experiences. Which means I don't really do the live thread or tweet alongs & etc. Keeping my memories positive, being thankful & looking forward to my next adventure is what keeps me going.
  10. No idea on people but there is room to move when the show isn't going on. When the show is going on, no. Depends on where you are. There are plenty of people but there's some room. There are porta potties. You'd have to leave RED zone to get to them. You are able to come & go from the area. At some point leaving & Getting back to your spot might be a challenge but it's doable. Talk to your neighbors. There is a cash bar. No idea if it stays open during a performance. I didn't pay too much attention.
  11. The more I hear this song, I swear it's a story told from two different perspectives. Loving it.
  12. Fantastic concert! Thank you U2! & thanks Adam for that killer smile. 😉😍
  13. No it's not. Best spots? I'm not sure I can answer that. You're good anywhere. I just wrote this as a response to another persons question about kids & line up times: RED zone has turned into the GA I'm afraid. To get rail, go early the day of the show. I've heard 9 or 10 am to get rail. That said, I showed up at the stadium at 4pm (I had to work) and stood right behind the people on the rail. People can be rude. One couple with a kid tried to push their way into the rail. Nobody was having it. Most are nice. I had some nice conversation with people around me. Make friends with the people around you & you can watch out for each other, Its a good view from anywhere inside. GA gets the better view. The band play to them. You still get a good view of the band & Adam & Edge walk around to all sides during the songs. The band spends a decent amount of time on the B stage & that's where you see them up close & the walkway too. Keep in mind I'm short & my view of Bono was minimal. I think he walked around but I only caught random glimpses. I was stuck sort of behind a tall guy who obstucted some of my view when they were on the B stage but still managed to see quite a bit. It's easier to see them all on the main stage. The stage is tall so the entire stadium can see them on the main stage. The RED zone isn't like previous tours. You do get a nice view but the GA is better & not as much of a wait as the GA & the freedom to move into the GA if you want. I'd suggest viewing the opening act. If you're happy with your spot, stay. Move if you're not.
  14. RED zone has turned into the GA I'm afraid. To get rail, go early the day of the show. I've heard 9 or 10 am to get rail. That said, I showed up at the stadium at 4pm (I had to work) and stood right behind the people on the rail. People can be rude. One couple with a kid tried to push their way into the rail. Nobody was having it. Most are nice. I had some nice conversation with people around me. Make friends with the people around you & you can watch out for each other, Its a good view from anywhere inside. GA gets the better view. The band play to them. You still get a good view of the band & Adam & Edge walk around to all sides during the songs. The band spends a decent amount of time on the B stage & that's where you see them up close & the walkway too. Keep in mind I'm short & my view of Bono was minimal. I think he walked around but I only caught random glimpses. I was stuck sort of behind a tall guy who obstucted some of my view when they were on the B stage but still managed to see quite a bit. It's easier to see them all on the main stage. The stage is tall so the entire stadium can see them on the main stage. The RED zone isn't like previous tours. You do get a nice view but the GA is better & not as much of a wait as the GA & the freedom to move into the GA if you want. I'd suggest viewing the opening act. If you're happy with your spot, stay. Move if you're not.
  15. Here's the email: Hello from U2 The Joshua Tree Tour 2017! We hope that you’re as excited as we are about U2’s SEATTLE visit and gearing up for this special The Joshua Tree’s 30th anniversary concert experience. ATTENTION: Please refer to the following information regarding the collection process for your (RED) ticket(s) purchase. This package is NON-TRANSFERABLE. Please bring PHOTO ID matching the ATTENDEE orPURCHASE NAME on your order. Your (RED) Zone ticket(s) and wristband(s) will be available for collection from the (RED) Zone Check In tent located at SOUTH WEST VIP, as shown on the map below. Please look out for the (RED) Zone signage. Check in will be open from 4:00PM until 8:00PM day of show, SUNDAY 14TH MAY 2017. You will be able to collect your tickets at anytime during this period. Should you arrive after 8:00pm, your tickets will be available for collection from WILL CALL, which is located at PRESS/PLAYER WILL CALL. Doors to the show will open at 5:00PM (time subject to change). Your (RED) Zone hosts will greet you upon arrival to the check in location and escort you to the (RED) Zone on the floor. Please note that you will be allowed to enter the venue at the time that doors open. This ticket does not include early entry access to the venue. The winner of the back stage tour will be randomly selected the day prior to the show and will be contacted directly by phone, email and text. Please be aware, the venue enforces a STRICT BAG POLICY. Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12″ x 6″ x 12″, one-gallon clear plastic freezer bags (Ziploc bag or similar), small clutch bags, that do not exceed 4.5″ x 6.5″, with or without a handle or strap are permitted. Exceptions for medically necessary items after proper inspection may be permitted. Please refer to the venue’s website http://www.centurylinkfield.comfor further venue information. Parking will be $50 in the CenturyLink Event Centre Parking Garage. Two motorcycles arriving together will in allowed to park in one stall for $50. No parking will be available in the North Lot.