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  • Favourite U2 Album
    Achtung Baby
  • First U2 Gig
    Elevation tour opener, Miami, 2001
  • Best U2 Gig
    Croke Park 360 #1

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  1. I've been lucky enough to catch the show from GA, but I'd love to snag a seat to be able to see the screens. Anyone have a single seat they're looking to sell for tonight's show? I'm after one with a decent view of the screens, but something in that $118ish bracket.
  2. On both Saturday and Sunday, there was a merchandise booth open inside the main MSG lobby (you can go in without getting your ticket scanned, you just have to let security look through your bag/scan you with a wand) by around 2pm.
  3. Wow, I bow to your devotion to the band - we have been having some horribly hot and humid weather this weekend, so that can not have been fun! But I guess all was forgotten once the show started, right? :-) Was it just me, or did you find Sunday's show even better than Saturday's? I thought they were both terrific, but just even moreso on Sunday. You're pretty much right on all counts about the line. NOT fun to sit in the heat like that. But for me, being on the rail and close enough to see Edge and Bono reading and chuckling at my sign more than made up for it.
  4. Photos/video from NY2 at Madison Square Garden (just off the rail near the e stage, North Side).
  5. A smattering of shots from the rail at the first Madison Square Garden show in NYC (midway down the walkway, South Side).
  6. My brother and I are both huge fans, and he's able to come to the MSG show on 7.26 at the last minute. He's already got a GA ticket, and I'd LOVE to be able to join him. Does anyone have a single GA for 7.26 that you're willing to sell so my bro and I can share the U2 magic together?
  7. @clarecastro (and anyone else), the GA line goes along 8th Ave, starting from the SE corner of 8th & 33rd.
  8. FWIW, I got there around 11am both Saturday and Sunday (7.18 and 7.19), and I was on the rail one night and 1 back from the rail the other.
  9. Hi Andrew. I've also just done the first two nights on the floor and want to see the show from a different spot. Is either date still available?
  10. Some GA details for those heading to the remaining NYC shows. I joined the GA line for both Saturday and Sunday's shows at around 11am each day and ended up being #125/130ish. There were fans running the line who gave us numbers and recorded names in a notebook. The sun is at its most brutal from about 2:30pm-6:30pm when it shines down directly on the line and there's no shade to speak of. People were cool about taking time off for shade and water breaks and then coming back to the line. Around 5:30, the MSG staff set up a few barricades and started coming down the line to make sure we all had GA tix. Doors opened both days around 6:45. First up: bag check, then security wand screening, then ticket scanning, then wristbands. On the first night, all of us were given South Side (aka Edge side) wristbands. Even with #126, I ended up with a spot on the rail in the middle of the walkway between the I and e stages. On the second night, things were a bit more organized with groups of 10/20 people being let in at a time and a choice of which side you wanted to be on. Day 2, with a #130, I ended up 1 person back from the rail, right by the e stage. Both nights, the show started around 8:30. Hope that's helpful.
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