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C'mon people! Is there no love for U2 in Omaha???


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Only one post on here and ticket sales appear to be tepid.  I left Nebraska 31 years ago, but this still feels like a "home" show and it feels like I should be there.  Just need to convince my wife that she needs to be there too!  :)

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everyone from the region already bought tickets to Tulsa or St. Louis or Chicago.  Its pretty embarrassing they picked Omaha and can barely sell half the tickets instead of going to Minneapolis or Toronto which would have sold out quickly.

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56 minutes ago, WowsaPappa said:

I checked today still empty....would they cancel? Should I wait until Friday to see what 'good' tickets are left? I put off buying until now.

Still plenty of tickets left, but I wouldn't call it "empty."  Highly unlikely that they would cancel at this point.  It looks like there are about 1,600 tickets left, not including floor GA which must be mostly sold since there have been periods when only resale were available for floor.  Capacity is reported to be 17,560, so this makes the show over 90% sold.  Hardly a disaster.  I'm just hoping for a good, lively crowd.  I don't think some empty seats will discourage the band from putting on the best show they can.

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I am on my way. My nosebleeds then checked again when I saw GA tickets were released this afternoon so I bought those too. 

Against my better judgement and feelings about the elitist attitude of the line monitors am gonna give it my best shot to see if I can get a spot to actually see the guys. 

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14 hours ago, sms_10 said:

I am on my way. My nosebleeds then checked again when I saw GA tickets were released this afternoon so I bought those too. 

Against my better judgement and feelings about the elitist attitude of the line monitors am gonna give it my best shot to see if I can get a spot to actually see the guys. 

I arrived at 6pm (doors) in both Tulsa and St. Louis and was one person deep from rail (Tulsa mid screen Edge side, St. Louis mid “e” stage). 

Had seats in Vegas

Los Angeles shows:

night 1 arrived around 7 and decided to stand mid screen Edge side but not in throng against rail. Still saw perfectly fine and abled me to move to “e” stage at intermission. 

Night 2 went down to floor around 7:30, ended up being one deep from rail mid screen Edge side after some movement  still left spot at intermission for “e” stage  

so... I don’t get why people run sign in check ins leading up to shows and camping in line. With this stage set up you don’t need to in order to have a great view from any side. You’ll be fine no matter what, and you’ll have a great view of the band: enjoy the show! 

 

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Amazing! We got to the arena and were given 323 & 324. The tour manager and event staff were very orderly and very fair. We lined up in single fine numerical order when entering the arena. I was one person away from the rail and the e stage Between two people and had an excellent view of the band. Would do it again in a heartbeat!

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