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  1. Hi All, I am thinking of selling my 2 tickets for 25th October, Block 110, row X, Seats 312-313 for the price I purchased the tickets from axs.com. These tickets were purchased in the pre-sale. I have email confirmation from axs.com to prove the tickets are genuine and not fake. The price includes: Ticket Price Facility Fee Service Charge UK Standard Mail VAT. Total Price: £400 The seats are excellent position to see the screens, the walk way & the main stage. In addition the seats will have the best view of the 'e' stage. I am only selling these tickets as pairs not separate. Anybody interested please inbox me. You would have to collect the tickets from me, in Chiswick, London once AXS.com post the tickets out to me.
  2. Hey dude, it should not be confusing, ticketmaster have updated the seating plan - check it out - http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/seatingchart/435542/15411 As you can see you have a great view of the 'e' stage, but you will not see the screen unfortunately with regards to 411, again a great view of the 'e' stage but not so for the main stage as the screen will be blocking the some of the main stage, also I don't think you will be able to see the screen to its full effect.
  3. This is false advertising on U2/TM and LV's part... There is one fan on the atu2.com forum is trying to get as many fans in this situation to sue U2/Live Nation and Ticket Master... This will no doubt be interesting..
  4. 13 Senses

    London Ticket Swap

    which blocks are the tickets??
  5. 13 Senses

    Level 1 block 107

    Tooby7, You have it got it wrong, you will not be behind band on the main stage, you are in fact will be behind the ''e' stage when the band performs on the 'e' stage. Unfortunately you will not be able to see the screen at all. There will be times I guess the screen is lowered you will have a limited/obstructed view the band is on the main stage... There are rumours at the moment, and just rumors that the band may reverse the stage design...if so you will then be behind the main stage, but no view of the screen..
  6. you will be behind the main stage, you should be able to the screen at an angle but maybe not see it to the full effect.. However I am reading threads on other U2 forums that the band may possibly switch ends, if this is the case you will have a fantastic view of the 'e' stage
  7. Just went on the 02 website, loads of good tickets left for the last night in London...check it out..
  8. 106 will be behind the 'e' stage, having called up the O2 arena, they confirmed this as 115-116 is where the main stage sits all the time.. depending on where your seat is..if you are bang in the middle of the 'e' stage then you have the screen blocking your view of the main stage and band when the screen is lowered..this is what the consultant on the phone told me, she knew what she was talking about an knew the whole layout of the U2 stage...she is got confirmation from the floor manager..
  9. Hi everyone, just to add weight to this discussion I am the U2 fan who saw the stage presentation U2.com posted on the website then was quickly taken down again. Not sure if many of you know but back in January U2.com posted an interactive stage presentation similar to the one they had for the 360 tour, however this was quickly taken down think I am probably the only U2 fan who saw this. But website U2Start also confirmed my story. Nobody has taken a screenshot of the stage presentation But here is what I saw: Its now confirmed the stage will be in the middle of the GA floor - the long catwalk. There is no End Stage/Rear end stage or "B" stage. Its looks like Larry Mullen Jnr's drum kit will be on a rounded platform which I predict will turn 360 degrees. In addition the screens will be located above the stage similar to the 360 screen but a double sided screen - no idea if the screen expands. The sides of the stage showed the bands guitar technicians - the interactive presentation also showed a mini orchestra to the right of the stage Now...I have drawn a sketch of what I saw - please note I am not the best artist - here is the link to my sketch - http://s76.photobucket.com/user/theU2bonzo/media/U2%20stage%202015-page-001_zpsslyuijor.jpg.html Please note I forgot to add the red zones - from what I saw the red zone will be by the Edge on both sides of the stage. The drawing is made from the view of a birds eye view We all know by know the stage is a long catwalk going across the GA floor.. So we have a rectangle shaped stage - the band will be able to utilise the stage bar Larry who will be on a turning circle stage. There was amps and speakers I believe or other equipment's on the stage. The orchestra was to the right of the stage and crew was to the left. The screen is like a mini version of the 360 but its double sided LED screen on top of the catwalk stage going across the whole catwalk in 360 degrees. Fans are right in the action as well as the red zones who I forgot to add to the drawing. The set up reminds me of the Metallica stage from 2-3 years ago as I said before set the set up is modern but it looked more stunning on the interactive presentation. Nothing to complex not like 360
  10. a lot of peeps have asked me to sketch/draw the stage design I saw on U2.com when they posted the Innocence & Experience Interactive Tour presentation by mistake. I am not a very good sketch artist.. and draw it from a birds eye view - The link is below http://s76.photobucket.com/user/theU2bonzo/media/U2%20stage%202015-page-001_zpsslyuijor.jpg.html The drawing is made from the view of a birds eye view We all know by know the stage is a long catwalk going across the GA floor.. So we have a rectangle shaped stage - the band will be able to utilise the stage bar Larry who will be on a turning circle stage. There was amps and speakers I believe or other equipment's on the stage. The orchestra was to the right of the stage and crew was to the left. The screen is like a mini version of the 360 but its double sided LED screen on top of the catwalk stage going across the whole catwalk in 360 degrees. Fans are right in the action as well as the red zones who I forgot to add to the drawing. The set up reminds me of the Metallica stage from 2-3 years ago as I said before set the set up is modern but it looked more stunning on the interactive presentation. Nothing to complex not like 360 http://s76.photobucket.com/user/theU2bonzo/media/U2%20stage%202015-page-001_zpsslyuijor.jpg.html
  11. To add to this..I was the U2 fan that saw the leak and posted details on ATU2.com...I saw the leak on the website & I was accused by others of making it all up etc etc.. What I saw: I randomly went to u2.com and there was the presentation and interactive stage presentation similar to the one used in 360 tour. The stage is the long catwalk,with the guitar techinicans to the left of the stage and a mini orchestra was to the right of the stage (the EBW orchestra) Band was in the middle of the stage, Larry's drumkit was on a round platform which I assume will turn. There is a 360 double sided screen - I believe the screen will be one used in the RAI tv performance and graham Norton performance. There was no B stage or a main stage. The presentation must have been on the site for a minute. It was them removed. From what I saw it looked stunning. Simple but modern
  12. I hear ya Mike thanks for the info... Cant work out why some venue have different stage diagrams...
  13. Hello everyone, Apologies if this has been discussed before but I could not find anything. Does anyone know if in the pre-sale or general sale were Blocks 114 and 117 for sale? Reason I ask I went on the O2 website they stated if there is a end stage (stage at one end of the arena) then blocks 114 & 117 are not for sale as fans would only be able to see the bands equipment. Did anyone buy in blocks 114 & 117? If you did then its clearly evident that there will be no end stage & U2 will be performing in the middle..
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