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About LoraU21984

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Tampa Florida
  • Interests
    Love Art and Music, Together they make the world a bit more tolerable!
  • Favourite U2 Album
    Boy (all)
  • Favourite U2 Single
    Two Hearts...
  • First U2 Gig
    Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, New Jersey 1987
  • Recent U2 Gig
    Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 6/13/18 #Night One
  • Favourite U2 Person
    Love All of Them Equally
  • Fav. Other Bands
    Morrissey/The Smiths/Johnny Marr (tied with U2) , REM, Badly Drawn Boy, LCD Soundsystem, JAMES, Flaming Lips, and many more

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  1. Philly Night #1 Wells Fargo Center

    Great show, well worth the flight up from Tampa. New Songs sounded great... Entire performance was Ace. Wanted to thank the wonderful couple from Scranton who held my spot so I could get Pizza and a T-Shirt and for their wonderful company (if you read this... Thanks a Million) and thanks to the lady who let me use her chair in the GA line. Great people, Great night. Here is some pix I took ❤ Love Is All we Have left








    1. dmway


      That was a great show (I was in the same area as you were - we must not have been very far apart)! I'm glad you got such good treatment here from fellow U2 fans and that the band were so good that night (and always). ?

    2. LoraU21984


      Were you the very tall guy standing next to me? haha!! It was a blast. BTW Thanks! 

    3. dmway


      I’m not all that tall, but I would have stood out in a different way: I dressed as The Fly, complete with Fly sunglasses. ? If you saw someone of that description, you saw me.

      I’m glad you had a great time; it was a great show. (Someone did capture me accidentally in one of their group selfies - if you look on the Philadelphia live thread, the picture is now there.) Philly loves U2. 

  2. The Facebook group has a guy on there who does not want to talk about GA... And won't let anyone else ask questions either. My advice 6:00ish am the day of for GA is usually safe... Even if they do check ins the night before.
  3. Thanks!!! It was worth all the hours of standing in heat and rain ☔?
  4. Thank you very much Karen
  5. LoraU21984

    Lora Glazer

    Tampa Florida 6/14/17 Rainbow Music Bliss
  6. Some Photos from U2 Tampa 6/14/17 at Raymond James, we survived the heat and rain, thunder and lightening and ended with a Rainbow and an Amazing night of Music :JT2017_Screen:









  7. Can't wait until Wednesday... Is someone going to be numbering hands for GA at Tampa? What is the cut-off time in the morning or does it matter? Bring your Rain Ponchos GA people...it probably will be rainy at some point... See everyone there?☔
  8. LoraU21984


    P. S...if for some reason we get a lightening storm... It will cancel... You will get a refund, but lose Ticketmaster fee.
  9. LoraU21984


    They will play in the rain... And it will rain, but by the time U2 hits the stage... It probably won't be raining... The weather pattern is always afternoon showers. For those of us in GA... Bring the rain ponchos for sure. Oh and clear bags everyone
  10. I'll be there early for GA... So I can't go anywhere except stay in line in the rains... Bring your Poncho. Rain and Humidity won't keep me away ?
  11. Billboard in Dublin for Belfast and Dublin shows
  12. LoraU21984

    Montreal June 12, 2015

    First Night Montreal Bell Centre Photo by Lora Glazer
  13. It was the week before November 14th 1988, and I was just turning 16 years old. I lived in a small Pocono Mountain Town in Pennsylvania. I'd already been a U2 fan for 4 years, during a time when they were not a house hold name yet, but they were just about there after watching them win big at the Grammy awards (it was a time when watching the Grammys at that age and time was So Exciting) My best friend and I were only living 2 hours outside NYC, but we were Isolated in our small town in Pennsylvania, and a lot of research we did about U2 back then, well some of it was misinformed. For a long time we believed Peter Rowen (U2 Boy-War Boy) was a true Refugee Child from some far off land. Our world was small. Anyway, I had not seen U2 in concert yet, I was too young to go, too far away from a stadium, no money...but it was in November 1988 that Rattle and Hum Premiered in NYC, and my Dad said would you like to Celebrate your 16th Birthday in NYC at the Hard Rock Café (that was a big deal in the 80's too) so I of course agreed, because I knew Rattle and Hum was still playing at Loews. That was my first U2 concert, ...well concert Movie in a movie theatre. We already had worn out our VHS tape of Live at Red Rocks, but this was different, this was a BIG Screen Concert. It took our breaths away. No We were not there when U2 was, I believe we were there almost two weeks after the Premiere. Seeing Running to Stand Still on that Big Screen, Like we were on the stage with them...it stuck with my best friend and I at a very young age, not much sends chills down the spine of a 16 year old, but U2 did. To Quote Morrissey (another artist who made a big impression in a different way) those were "The songs that saved our lives" As soon as I got a car we went to all the tours after that, and we always had that breath taking experience...but Rattle and Hum will always be with me like yesterday. Thank you U2 for the 30 years of Breath Taking Magic, Life Performances, and Comfort! #unforgettablegig Lora Glazer Tampa, Florida
  14. The only confirmed thing I've heard recently was only about the album release for possibly 2013, That Interview with Adam in Hot Press Magazine He was quoted in saying... "We very much want to have a record out by the end of the year, September, October, November; (he is speaking of 2013:) that kind of time. We're working with Dangermouse who's a smart guy. He's on it; he's excited" If anything is going to happen, we should hear about it this summer, for pre-orders, and then not till then would we know about a tour, I think!
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