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ghizal

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    Female
  • Location
    San Francisco, CA
  • Favourite U2 Album
    Achtung Baby
  • Favourite U2 Single
    Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
  • Recent U2 Gig
    U2ie in San Jose
  • Best U2 Gig
    U2 at The Rose Bowl - Pasadena October 2009

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  1. I got the same email, even though I renewed. This whole thing is turning out to be a disaster.
  2. Cleared my cache beforehand, refreshed the page at 9am, entered presale code, and got 4 GAs @ Levi's Stadium with little hassle. Probably the easiest U2 presale I've ever been involved in.
  3. This made me giggle a bit My heart couldn't leave it. ha! touche. shouldn't be on forums at work or i make mistakes like that
  4. Thanks so much for posting this. I can't find any info about GA age limits at US venues; has anyone else? khoobo, where on the TM site did you see this information? Maybe that will help us in the US find it! Thanks again!! My 10 year old and 7 year old nephews were in GA during the I+E tour without any issues. They were even up front (and got Adam's drumsticks!!)
  5. Someone BIT YOUR FINGER??? That's just creepy and, ew. Anyway, glad you had fun, that's good to know. Was there any kind of dedicated concessions stands the way it was promised? And what time did you get on line, oh, and was it a separate line for RZ? I know - I wasn't pleased by that, and it angered me. It was pretty surreal. I took her picture and a picture of my finger and started to tell security, but they left and security couldn't track them down . There was a concessions stand in the RZ area, but it closed down early on in the show. The general concessions stand had an express line for RZ and VIP folks, though! There is a separate check-in area for RZ, apart from GA and VIP. I didn't line up before they opened the doors, I just got there around 6:50pm, and there were only a few folks getting their wristbands. I was still close to the main stage, though not on the railing. Hope that helps!
  6. Hi guys! Still fresh from the euphoria of the Red Zone experience at San Jose last night! Don't feel cheated, you really do have an awesome view of the band especially when they're at the main stage. It's not GA caliber, but if you don't wanna stand hours and hours in line to get what you get with GA, then it really is the second best. I still think it's much better than watching it from GA if you don't have time to line up. You're paying for the convenience. I got into the Red Zone at around 7:45 and we were pretty close. I don't even think 50 people were there on my side the entire time (Northside - Adam's side). As the band makes their way to the walkway and the E stage, people in your Zone move along with the band, which is a great thing to do so you can see the entire show. That also clears some space up at the front railing if you wanna be super close when the band makes their way back. What RZ folks have that GA folks don't is that opportunity for mobility to see the entire stage and the screen. If you're stuck in GA, you really are glued to your spot, especially if you're at the front railing. This prevents you from getting a good view of the awesome screen, and totally strains your neck for 50% of the concert when they're not near you. If you're in RZ, you can move around fairly comfortably along with the band, and go in and out of GA as you please, etc. I've usually done GA and this was my first RZ experience, and I definitely enjoyed the comfort, the ability to move around, and still get close to the band. I did have this awful/weird experience where this woman bit my finger as I was dancing about because she said it was in her face...I've never experienced anything like that in GA. A few pretty aggressive folks as well, but I caught the attention of one of the security folks, and she watched out for me. That kinda dampened the experience for me, but don't want it to ruin it for me too much! As far as checking in - my mother purchased these tickets for me as a gift, and wasn't able to escort me to the venue. I was afraid I'd be denied entry, even though I had her credit card...but the guy handing out the wristbands and tickets, accepted a photocopy of her ID and checked me in. It was a pretty seamless experience and they're actually very great and accommodating at check-in. You do get souvenir tickets, which are awesome!
  7. Got my hands on some GA tickets, so I want to sell my two seat tickets but don't want them in the hands of scalpers! Face value at $302 a seat. Details: Section 114, Row 20, Seats 22 and 23 They're hard tickets, not ticketless entry. I can meet you before the concert and hand them over, or in downtown San Francisco where I work anytime before 5pm. Ticketmaster isn't allowing me to "transfer" they're only giving me the option to sell. Would hate to see some scalper make a profit off of them. Let me know
  8. Got my hands on some GA tickets, so I want to sell my two seat tickets but don't want them in the hands of scalpers! Face value at $302 a seat. Details: Section 114, Row 20, Seats 22 and 23 They're hard tickets, not ticketless entry. I can meet you before the concert and hand them over. Ticketmaster isn't allowing me to "transfer" they're only giving me the option to sell. Would hate to see some scalper make a profit off of them. Let me know!
  9. This is the seating chart they have listed for San Jose; it's similar to Chicago's. http://www.ticketmaster.com/u2-innocence-experience-tour-2015-san-jose-california-05-18-2015/event/1C004D79AB052EB6?artistid=736365&majorcatid=10001&minorcatid=1
  10. So lucky, I tried getting Red Zone and it wouldn't go through on the site. I got 100 level seats, 20 rows up :/ .
  11. Bought similar tickets too! Section 114 at San Jose night one. The website didn't work for me as I was initially trying to buy red zone tickets. Went with the app and bought seats instead. Ticketmaster is a debacle. What a horrible amount of anxiety!
  12. The numbers we were in line. Also, we were lucky enough to get randomly scanned into the inner ellipse!
  13. U2 Vertigo tour; Oakland, CA, November 9th, 2005!!!
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