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  1. Just to confirm.. SOLD. Payback is sweet Mark
  2. My brother has informed me that he cannot attend so I have one ticket for sale at face. Of course, you will have to meet me at the venue. I am driving down from San Jose and plan to be there before Noon. Any takers? Mark Schuler PS Payback for last tour and my GA ticket at cost
  3. Jason, I am interested in one of the tickets also. Please message me and I arrange everything with you. Mark
  4. Bossy22, I hate that you did not get close, that it was not a great experience. So much goes into each person attending a show having a good time. My 12 year old daughter couldn't get over the "lame" fans when I sat with her in the seats on Monday(they were making fun of ME dancing like an idiot when they chose to look up from their phones). At the same time, I was having an awesome time. My co-worker who attended the show Tuesday and sat upstairs in the rafters could not hear Bono. My point is this for everyone who goes to a show: focus on having the best time you can. Ignore all of the B
  5. I did line up starting at 3pm and I was one of the first 6 people. Half of the people were Red Zone 1 and half were Red Zone 2. My brother and I were the second pair into Red Zone 1 (which was Adam's side for San Jose and Vancouver). There were 50, that sounds right. I know a few went straight to the general admission area initially. Everyone was very cool. saving places, etc. I am scheming just to see the tour one last time....I am going Sunday, May 31st to LA. Wish me luck a single ticket. Mark
  6. For San Jose (and probably most venues), the Red Zone was accessed by going through GA. Some Red Zone ticket holders chose to start in GA, but came back into the Red Zone. Having a view of the screen is an important part of this tour and the way the Red Zone is sectioned off allowed the best of both worlds. The Red Zone is much more spacious.
  7. First and foremost, I have been a fan since 1981, when I first heard Boy. My friend, still a friend to this day, described it as a mixture of Yes and Rush, both woefully inaccurate, but it got me to listen. My first show, at 19, was the Joshua Tree tour at the Cow Palace outside of San Francisco. I have purchased every album on release day and attended every tour. I can say two things about the Red Zone: First: I went Monday and had great seats, not Red Zone, but as good as it gets. The show is amazing, they are immaculate performers. I had seats dead center, just a few rows up an
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