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deck

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  1. Amazing show! The photos and videos I've seen don't do any justice to how breathtaking it is to see the screen up close. Standing just next to the RZ last night and the mix was perect. Watching it with my wife and 12yr old son for his first U2 show was extra special too.
  2. Posted as an answer on the SCG Facebook page.... Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) All ticketholders are required to abide by the following policy to avoid discrepancies and disagreements. Only the following policy will apply: General Admission ticketholders will be able to queue on the day of the event only to allow for event setup. GA ticketholders are requested to only begin lining up from 8:00am on the date of the show (subject to change). The General Admission line will be formed along Driver Avenue as indicated by signs saying Gate 9 General Admission. There will be signs indicating wristband number placement in the queue (1 through 250 and 251 through 500). Entering the GA line indicates the guest’s agreement to abide by all Venue policies and procedures (the same as while inside the Venue). The first 500 ticketholders in line who show their GA Floor ticket will have a sequentially numbered wristband put on their right wrist. Wristbands will be distributed from 8:00am on the date of the show (subject to change) until the allocation is exhausted – limited to the first 500 ticketholders only.
  3. From SCG....Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) All ticketholders are required to abide by the following policy to avoid discrepancies and disagreements. Only the following policy will apply: General Admission ticketholders will be able to queue on the day of the event only to allow for event setup. GA ticketholders are requested to only begin lining up from 8:00am on the date of the show (subject to change). The General Admission line will be formed along Driver Avenue as indicated by signs saying Gate 9 General Admission. There will be signs indicating wristband number placement in the queue (1 through 250 and 251 through 500). Entering the GA line indicates the guest’s agreement to abide by all Venue policies and procedures (the same as while inside the Venue). The first 500 ticketholders in line who show their GA Floor ticket will have a sequentially numbered wristband put on their right wrist. Wristbands will be distributed from 8:00am on the date of the show (subject to change) until the allocation is exhausted – limited to the first 500 ticketholders only.
  4. SCG needs to stick to their policy stated on all of their promotional material....the rubber's going to hit the road tomorrow when genuine Aussie fans show up at 8am expecting to be front of the line.
  5. I also noticed from that same document that the decibel limit is 10dB softer than the Alliance Stadium (next door), so I'm wondering if the sound might be a bit softer than usual??
  6. I think it's 10:30pm..... this is from a document I found online... Concerts: A concert must not commence prior to 1000 hours or finish after 2230 hours on any day. Not with-standing the above concerts may continue until 2300 hours if an occurrence beyond the control of the Trust delays the concert. The total length of a concert must not be greater than five (5) hours
  7. Video on SCG Facebook page re: event info....
  8. Oops...just realised you have to go through U2.com....all good
  9. I'm just checking ticketek in preparation for the Sydney sale....I can't see how to buy tickets. I'm guessing the Adelaide tickets are on sale now and there is no link that takes me to a sale page. Is anyone else seeing the same?
  10. got my code... in my account info page!
  11. I'm not sure he was actually in tears, but he was definitely getting emotional. He was really struggling to get those words out and trying hard NOT to cry. I think this question of relevance is something that Bono (and probably the band) have been struggling with for at least 12 months now. Bono did an interview with The Age (Melbourne paper) last year where he spoke in a similar vein to this video, and while in Australia in his appearance on Oprah, he asked the question "does the world really need another U2 album?" I have a feeling (as much as it pains me to say this) that he's starting to prepare for the end of U2.... which would obviously be a very emotional thing for him... and that when he talks or thinks about it, he get's a bit emotional. Well that's just my humble opinion, I don't really have much to base that on.... anyway.... what do ther people think?
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