StephOnTour87

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About StephOnTour87

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    Wanderer

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    http://www.u2france.com

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Marseille
  • Interests
    Community manager on U2France.com website + facebook and bass player
  • Favourite U2 Album
    The Joshua Tree
  • Favourite U2 Single
    Where The Streets Have No Name
  • First U2 Gig
    July 18th, 1987 - Montpellier, FR, Espace Richter
  • Recent U2 Gig
    December 7th, 2015 - Paris, FR, AccorHotels Arena
  • Best U2 Gig
    June 27th, 2005 - Dublin, IRL, Croke Park
  • Favourite U2 Person
    Do we really have to choose ?
  • Fav. Other Bands
    Queen, Springsteen... and dozens more.

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  1. This SOE is shaping up to be a gem

    I also wonder. Any clues ?
  2. Ticketmaster.com forbidden

    In fact, it seems that I'm blocked since I registered as a Verified Fan
  3. Ticketmaster.com forbidden

    It seems my internet box IP is blocked. When I try to share the 4G connection with my mobile, it works. I sent an email to ticketmaster support.
  4. Hello, I'm unable to access to any page of the ticketmaster.com website. I always get this message "Forbidden You don't have permission to access / on this server". I cleared my cache, I tried to connect with and without the link from u2.com, more over even when I only type 'www.ticketmaster.com' in my browser I get this message. When I try to click on U2.com tickets button from the tour page, I get this : Error 401 Not allowed Not allowed Guru Mediation: Details: cache-lhr6342-LHR 1510850640 3131743376 Varnish cache server What's going on ?
  5. Same to me Cazza. Fan since 85, I didn't miss any tour since 87, Propaganda subscriber since 88. And still iNNOCENT because I was a little late for renewal. Feels bitter.
  6. As far as I remember, the group you belong always been displayed on profile at the same time you receive your presale code. Just wait patiently for the Lord
  7. Páirc Uí Chaoimh ?

    I guess it's a indoor tour. Moreover, rumors say that they will use the same stage they used for i+e tour.
  8. The eXPERIENCE Group of longtime Subscribers are members who were current, paid Subscribers on December 24, 2016 and have maintained their paid status without lapsing. These Subscribers will have access on the first day of the Verified Subscriber Presale and will use a Presale access code to unlock ticket inventory. The codes will use the prefix: U18A followed by a unique (x) digit access code.The iNNOCENCE Group are Subscribers who joined or upgraded an expired account after December 25, 2016. These Subscribers will have access on the second day of the Verified Subscriber Presale and will use a Presale access code to unlock ticket inventory. The codes will use the prefix: U18B followed by a unique (x) digit access code.
  9. Croke Park : queuing, GA lines, and other stuffs

    Well, this is what I want to know myself : place of first fan meeting and schedule
  10. Croke Park : queuing, GA lines, and other stuffs

    If things happen as previous concerts, there is no wristband collect, as you get them couple of hours before the gates open. But early in the morning, fans usually keep updated a register with names of the fans and a sequence number, a number which is written on you hand with a marker. Later, a call of for all registered fans is made, and the queues are formed on this basis.
  11. Croke Park : queuing, GA lines, and other stuffs

    Yes, I was at Springsteen shows at Croke Park too, there was a call at 8AM to get your number in queue, and then you would have to come back at noon and remain in line for all the afternoon. I guess it will be the same thing saturday, but I wonder where will be the meeting call.
  12. For those who are not already aware, no queuing is allowed at Croke Park, especially overnight (see pdf below) http://mcd.ie/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/U2-Safety-TIMES.pdf I've been to Dublin several times for U2 concerts in Croke Park and 3Arena, but this time I wonder how the queues will be managed as pitch 1 and pitch 2 are clearly separated areas. Where do we have to go to get a number on your wrist ? Will there be two separate sequences for Pitch 1 and Pitch 2 ? And at what time ?
  13. Don't know if they are the nicest, but surely the best audience in the world...