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Nadoo

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About Nadoo

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    Wanderer

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Sydney, Australia
  • Favourite U2 Album
    Boy (this week anyway)
  • Favourite U2 Single
    A Celebration
  • First U2 Gig
    1986 Sydney
  • Recent U2 Gig
    IE Vancouver
  • Best U2 Gig
    Popmart Sydney (I met U2!)
  • Fav. Other Bands
    None. Are you kidding?

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  1. PS there is no opening act!!! The doors will open about 6pm and the band come on by 8.30
  2. GA this time is not so hard because there are so many spots on the rail available. I was in Vancouver and moved around and there were never more than 4 people in front of me and the stage. I'd also be hugely surprised if you couldn't get someone to save your spot for you both in the line and once you're inside. I've always made friends with other fans and even had a complete stranger save a spot for me down the front at a show on 360 because I couldn't get there before the gates open!! Remember this time around there are only 20,000 people in the arena (instead of the 80,000 people on the 360 tour stadiums). I think there's only about 2,000 on the floor so you will have a great spot (and a great time) no matter where you end up!!
  3. If anyone is really unhappy with their RZ tix for London and wants to sell one to me please feel free to get in touch!!
  4. I did RZ for a 3 shows in Australia on 360 and for first two i&e shows in Vancouver. You're completely on the money: it was the people around me who made the experience so fantastic. When started our own RZ queue outside the venue early in the day on the first day of the tour (although completely unnecessary) because many of us were caught up in the excitement of the GA line. And we had a fantastic time without the stress of the GA line, or having to sleep overnight! The only downside of being in RZ on this tour means you're not right up front at the 'e' stage where a lot of the full on engagement with fans happens. Still, the absolute excitement of being in front of the main stage when the band burst into the Miracle of Joey Ramone for the first time was priceless. And when I ventured out into the arena in Vancouver all I saw were people taking selfies and and not fully engaged - while the band were right in front of them!! Ugh I'm so glad I spent the money on RZ because I know I need to be on the floor. And it was totally worth the time, money and anxiety of flying from Australia to Canada. Best holiday ever ;-)
  5. I will be there! Coming from Australia. Can hardly wait!!
  6. I'm doing RZ both nights Vancouver. Coming from Oz - will be the trip of a lifetime!! Hope to meet some great fans at the front.
  7. During the last show on the Aust/NZ leg of 360 tour during End of the World, Bono came down off the stage at the back where all the One and Amnesty voulunteers were. He touched hands and sang at us and it was the most magical 60 seconds ever!
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