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I just spoke with people at the BOK Center.  They said that the line starts with the first person in line at the time announced.  Nobody with magic marker numbers will be allowed to skip ahead of whom

first of all - everyone have a great time tonight, those of us who cannot attend opening night are mega jealous!  For those having angst about the GA line, the heavy metal band Iron Maiden does a cool

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3 minutes ago, Rich T. said:

So the set list spoilers were dead-on accurate.

I'm bummed that Red Flag Day and Little Things are not part of the SoE set.

I'm stoked that Acrobat was played tonight.  I was worried that it might be relegated to the second night only, in cities with two shows.  I'm still worried about that (I only have a ticket for Night One in San Jose).

Was Acrobat as powerful as on the recording?

 

Well, just as JT was played at every show last year, TLTTGYA was played at very many of the shows, and (if I recall correctly) the only SOE preview to be played last year. That must have gone into the thinking. (I'm also a little disappointed - I love that song and think it is a new classic. But, I forgive them. ;) )

"Acrobat" in the setlist just makes my year.

Bring on the shows! :CoBL:

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9 minutes ago, Rich T. said:

So the set list spoilers were dead-on accurate.

I'm bummed that Red Flag Day and Little Things are not part of the SoE set.

I'm stoked that Acrobat was played tonight.  I was worried that it might be relegated to the second night only, in cities with two shows.  I'm still worried about that (I only have a ticket for Night One in San Jose).

Was Acrobat as powerful as on the recording?

 

how Red Flag Day isn't on the set list is beyond me, but maybe they'll add it in Europe.  Its an awesome summer time song and should be in heavy rotation on the radio airwaves right about now, imo.  Oh well, we don't always get what we want.

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1 hour ago, kittykat699 said:

If they effin' drop this before Montreal, I will shoot myself.... (I still haven't gotten over missing ASOH on JT)

 

Agreed. It was a very weird feeling last year to hear "Bad" (a song I love, but have heard countlessly many times live) and end up being disappointed that it wasn't ASOH (a song I don't think I have ever heard live - in person, anyway).

I think a lot of these songs are keepers - I bet we hear it (Acrobat, that is).

 

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1 hour ago, Rich T. said:

Was Acrobat as powerful as on the recording?

I was able to answer my own question:.  It was a powerful performance.  Why have they waited all these years?  Why wasn't it played right before "Love is Blindness" on the Zoo TV tour??   I'd like to see Edge on the catwalk for his soaring solo (3:05).  Can't wait to hear it in San Jose.  It's gonna be like a date with my 30-year-old self from 1991..

 

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Hello from Italy, that has been a fabolous set list, indeed.  It is incredibly talkative the guitar in ' The Blackout' and Lights of home is even better live! Acrobat nevertheless , I have heard something new in it. Thank you and I hope to listen to all the other songs soon. A great show.

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