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katiemai

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About katiemai

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Troy, New York
  • Interests
    music, books, movies, and coffee....I'm a writer and a historian and I work for the New York State Historic Preservation Office
  • First U2 Gig
    6.4.2001 - Albany, NY
  • Recent U2 Gig
    7.18 and 19. 2015 Madison Square Garden
  • Best U2 Gig
    10.24.2001 - Madison Square Garden
  1. Agreed; The COBL for Streets was a good substitue, esp in NYC, and it filled that place for me; i also liked the part where the two of them talked about finding common ground and appealing to the better nature of everyone - so much for those who think it's "too political"!
  2. that was an excellent article - perfect in fact
  3. yes, from one of the two side streets - the north one - mid-block - you will see other fans there - the band has stopped and got out serveral times in my experience but it's not guaranteed - it's NYC so sometimes too many people
  4. very helpful everyone, thank you! can't wait for the weekend
  5. can a few of you give me a general idea what time the concerts are ending? are they really starting at 7:30? buying train tickets for Sat/Sun thanks!!
  6. stupid question warning: sorry, i haven't been paying attention lately do to work overload and i'm also in the middle of moving, but do the 7:30 shows start on time and about what time do they end? transportation planning for the weekend! thanks in advance
  7. it's his hair and he can do whatever he wants with it - just as we all can do with ours
  8. You guys are just reminding me of the bands I'd love to see: Muse, Kings of Leon, Arcade Fire, Jay Z...... and Spoon - who said Spoon? What a fabulous idea! And how about Young the Giant? My only problem with opening acts is that they usually get the inferior sound system
  9. Yes, all of them! No one my age likes rock music,so I've seen U2, Bruce, Radiohead, Green Day, etc, alone.....and not enjoyed any of them any less. You are never alone at a U2 show because the fans and the band form such a community during the show
  10. Yes, I have to agree with this 100 percent! Thank you for your patience and care - you treat everyone like a personal friend. If we all had a stressful pre-sale week (and we did, whether we got our tickets or not), yours must have been hell. I wish you all multiple tickets for multiple shows!!
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