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  1. Does anyone have any info on "paperless tickets" that Ticketmaster was selling during the fan pre-sales? Was this the cause for the slowdown in allowing people into the venue in Vancouver?
  2. My TM app wouldn't even open on my iPhone. It kept crashing.
  3. Couldn't get anything. Guess I won't be going this time. Epic fail Ticketmaster.
  4. Epic Fail Live Nation and Ticketmaster. I had my presale code ready to go and was logged into Ticketmaster, and I couldn't get anything. I am so angry and bitterly disappointed. I've been a fan club member for over 10 years. Suck!
  5. I was in the Red Zone last night in Los Angeles / Inglewood (Night #3). - There is a separate refreshment stand / bar inside the two Red Zone areas, which is nice to have. - You have to get there early if you want to get next to the stage, there isn't too much room in the places by the stage - We had over 300 people in our Red Zone last night (north side). It was crowded - not as bad as GA - but still crowded. I noticed several people without Red Zone wristbands that had gotten in. - Here's the biggest benefit (I think) - Since the band starts at one end of the stage and moves to other end throughout the show, the middle of the Red Zone is probably one of the best vantage points in the house without have to move during the show. Plus the innovative video screen is best viewed if you are back a little from it, which is where the Red Zone puts you. If you're up against the catwalk, you won't see the all the cool video elements. You'll have a great time either way.
  6. I was in the Red Zone last night in Los Angeles / Inglewood (Night #3). - There is a separate refreshment stand / bar inside the two Red Zone areas, which is nice to have. - You have to get there early if you want to get next to the stage, there isn't too much room in the places by the stage - We had over 300 people in our Red Zone last night (north side). It was crowded - not as bad as GA - but still crowded. I noticed several people without Red Zone wristbands that had gotten in. - Here's the biggest benefit (I think) - Since the band starts at one end of the stage and moves to other end throughout the show, the middle of the Red Zone is probably one of the best vantage points in the house without have to move during the show. Plus the innovative video screen is best viewed if you are back a little from it, which is where the Red Zone puts you. If you're up against the catwalk, you won't see the all the cool video elements. You'll have a great time either way.
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