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Hawkmoonnl wrote:

Wat vonden jullie van crazy? Ik vond het een zeer acceptabele 1e live uitvoering. Krijg het gevoel dat de nummers live beter uit de verf komen dan op het album.

Dat is toch (bijna) altijd zo ! Vind ik wink.gif

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cockatoo wrote:

Hawkmoonnl wrote:

Dat wordt zaterdag nog een hele onderneming Denis...........zucht. Nou, we gaan er gewoon voor, potjandrie:-))

dat kun je wel zeggen ja.....mocht je toch HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEL graag willen en lukt het niet om een dagkaart te pakken dan kan je altijd nog een 3 dagen kaart kopen. dan kun je ook "lekker" o.a. katy perry zien en de jeugd van tegenwoordig ....
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Jaja, dat is € 140 hé! Dat is bijna het totale bedrag voor de 3 Stockholm concerten waar we heen gaan.....frown.gif

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wacht ff m'n broer af....welke dag die wil......

zal ff pushen voor de eerste, zag daar namelijk ELBOW staan....:-)))

3 tickets dus...

ben zaterdag dus ook om 10 uur standby!!

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U2 4ever wrote:

Ik werk in de volcontinu dienst en moet veel weekenden werken

 

Ah! Ik ook

Werk in de 5 ploegendienst, en jij? En waar? Ik bij Corus IJmuiden, Die staalgigant (alleen nu ff niet...)

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jeeeeeemig willy....net op tijd.....pfffffffffff........alle mails binnen die daarbij horen???

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spanish eyes girl wrote:

natasja wrote:

Ik zit hier gelijk Wie is de Mol te kijken ....ben zo benieuwd wie het is want mijn mol vloog er vorige week uit

Toch niet je ontplofte??? wahaha!!!

sorry ben een beetje melig!

 

 

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Juul wrote:

Hawkmoonnl wrote:

Dat wordt zaterdag nog een hele onderneming Denis...........zucht. Nou, we gaan er gewoon voor, potjandrie:-))

Dat wordt dus echt een Big klus.

 

 

 

Hello PP'ers, ik wil eventueel (indien gewenst) wel ondersteunen hoor???

Waar, is het Livenation of TM?

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hey pieter!

 

na de ticketstress en relaxte uitzending??;-)

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Hotels accused of profiteering on U2 concerts

 

Hotels in Dublin have been accused of profiteering by increasing their prices on the nights that U2 are expected to play at Croke Park. The band, whichreleased their 12th studio album No Line on the Horizon last week, are set to embark on an 18-month world tour.

 

While dates have yet to be confirmed, it is widely expected that U2 will perform three concerts at the 82,000-capacity stadium in Dublin on July 24th, 25th and26th. U2 fans have expressed outrage as some hotels have more than doubled their daily room rates on the nights when the band are likely to play.

 

Jim Hickey (35) from Cobh, Co Cork, who runs the Irish-based "Electric Co" fan website said that fans were shocked to discover that many hotels wereseeking to take advantage of them.

 

According to its website, the Jurys Hotel at Croke Park is charging €299 per night for the weekend of the 24th to 27th for a room compared to just €79 for theweekend before the concerts and €134 per night for the weekend after the concerts. The Morrison Hotel on Ormond Quay is charging an extra €30 per night for thenights when U2 are due in town, while the Gresham Hotel on O'Connell Street has increased its daily standard double room rate from €140 to €300.

 

The Clarence Hotel, which is co-owned by Bono and U2 guitarist The Edge, is fully booked up for the weekend when the band are due to play Croke Park.

 

"Hoteliers are just taking advantage. Just last week hoteliers were calling for a bailout because business is bad and yet here they are ready to rip-offfans of U2 who would love to see them perform at Croke Park," said Mr. Hickey.

 

"Many followers of the band would be loathe to pay the kind of prices that hotels are charging and, from what I'm hearing, some are thinking ofjumping on a Ryanair flight and going to see them in England or mainland Europe instead."

 

A spokeswoman for the Gresham Hotel defended its decision to increase room rates. "We always put the rates up when there are events on in the city and,obviously, as soon as those dates were suggested, we were inundated with bookings."

 

Meanwhile, the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF), which represents almost 1,000 hotels and guesthouses nationwide, said that rather than profiteering, manyestablishments were simply reverting back to charging standard prices for rooms.

 

"What has happened this year is that hotels are giving very high discounts and so during big events such as concerts they revert back to fullprices," said IHF chief executive John Power.

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