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  1. The earlier the better i would say. For I.E. tour at the Garden i was in line by 8AM and I was #50 in line and got in front of Edge. Gillette is a march larger footprint so you should get great viewing angles
  2. Any idea where the GA line will be? Was there a line allowed for 360?
  3. Do you think they would add a show prior to Sunday for Boston? Seems odd that they would announce a show prior to the original one. Has U2 done this before? I would expect that any additional shows would be Monday...Hope i am right. I have 4 GA for Sunday.
  4. Are they talking about a Saturday show? I would think that any additional shows would be after Sunday...
  5. My Vivid Seats story- I had purchased 2 GA tickets to the July 15 show in Boston back in January or February. Debit card was mailed to my house. I entered the venue last night and the debit card is invalid. I am directed to talk to box office. Box office tells me that they cannot do anything but I should call Vivid Seats. Now I am flustered and actually enter train station to go home. I have the email receipt with me and notice a phone number and I say what the heck.... I call Vivid and tell them my story. They call around and arranged for 2 GA tickets that I pick up from a guy in front of the venue. All of this was done in less than 15 minutes. So they made good and my wife and I still were able to grab our desired spot by the E Stage.
  6. I was at shows 1&2 and I felt #1 was stronger. But I was on the floor in front of the Edge for Show 2 and I cannot believe the difference in seeing U2 that way. If I had the same seat for Show 1....Wow.. That would have been a life altering experience. I was in the balcony for Show 1...Loved the show.I am headed back for Show 4 tonight and I have GA. Gonna try to nail a spot at the E stage..
  7. You are correct on the stage view. I was on the floor at the main stage for Show #2 and I am 6'-1" and had a hard time looking at the E Stage. The main stage is a little higher than the E Stage so if you stand down there you probably would have a good view. Unless you want to be real close to one of the stages-you should be able to walk between the two stages for better views. I was in the balcony for Show #1 and I got to my seat around 7:30 and there was plenty of room on the floor for either stage. Band does not go on until 8:15 or so. Thank you John. How long do they play? My wife is pregnant, so just trying to plan on how long she will be standing. Might even go in later if we can get in at 7:30 or so and still be ok. Thanks again. Show #1 and 2 they played until 11PM or so. I think last night was a tad earlier. Bear in mind that in order to reach the GA section you will have to walk up to the Loge level which is approximately 5-6 flights of stairs. And it is hot and muggy in Boston today so keep that in mind.
  8. You are correct on the stage view. I was on the floor at the main stage for Show #2 and I am 6'-1" and had a hard time looking at the E Stage. The main stage is a little higher than the E Stage so if you stand down there you probably would have a good view. Unless you want to be real close to one of the stages-you should be able to walk between the two stages for better views. I was in the balcony for Show #1 and I got to my seat around 7:30 and there was plenty of room on the floor for either stage. Band does not go on until 8:15 or so.
  9. For what it is worth, the West side of the Garden where the website says the check in area is the side with the statue of Bobby Orr. Its past the statue towards the Charles River/Storrow Drive.
  10. I found this on the TD Garden website last night regarding GA policy for the stay in Boston Important information for GA/Floor Ticket Holders: Security will distribute numbered wristbands beginning at 8AM each show day in the foyer of Stair 4, located past the TD Garden Box Office on the West side of North Station. GA/Floor Ticket Holders will be allowed to line back up at Stair 4 at 5PM. GA Doors will then open at 6PM. Please be advised that all GA/Floor tickets are paperless for this event. The original ticket purchaser must attend the event with the credit card used to purchase AND a valid government issued photo ID. Both will be checked at turnstiles. Paperless tickets are non-transferable and the entire party must enter the venue at the same time. - See more at: http://www.tdgarden.com/event-registration/?ee=407#sthash.kXPG0YVe.dpuf
  11. Not sure of that but the credit card came in the mail.
  12. I believe the wristbands are provided the day of the show but hours before. The wristband is used for the queue for paperless ticket entry? At least that is my understanding. I will check with the venue directly but I thought I would ask to see if anyone had any experience with GA at TD Garden Thanks
  13. Thanks Max-I found a policy online for TD Garden but I am not sure if the guest needs to be there. I will call them.
  14. I have 2 tickets each for Boston nights 2 and 4. I purchased all tickets with my CC. Does anyone know if my guest will have to be present for the wristband distribution? Do they physically place the wristband on the card holders wrist or give them out loosely? Any help is appreciated. Thanks
  15. I checked with a ticket broker friend who said that Vivid is legit- I bought tickets from them and I am told that the tickets were purchased using a prepaid credit card. I am also told that the same card is in a fedex truck headed to my house this week. I can follow up once I receive the card...
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