March 20th, 2005

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Does anyone know if and when they're going to add more Miami shows? Or at least, Florida shows? And how would I find out in time to purchase them?

No. I did NOT get tickets to the Miami show that went on sale today....

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I'm usually a lurker, but I have a question.

The tickets for the Cleveland show went on sale today, correct? I went to the ticketmaster website and when I looked up two tickets, it told me that it couldn't find what I'm looking for, but when I looked for just one ticket, it gave me a $95 seat. Are the GA tickets sold out? Well, actually I mean to ask how would I be able to know if they're sold out? Cleveland is the closest they're coming at any point of the dates announced...

Also, are more dates TBA? American dates, I should say.

I feel stupid for asking here, but I figured if anyone would know, you guys would.
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more trading stuff...

Sorry for another post, but hey, you never know who reads this stuff.

I have an Omaha GA and two Detroit GA's (10/24) that I'd like to trade for GA's to Chicago 5/12, 9/20, or 9/21.
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I don't know where to begin this posting except I am continously amazed by U2. I watched the Hall of Fame Induction on VH1 last night and I was thinking about how many years I have always loved U2.
Hearing Bruce Springsteen's speech(and the fact that he's Irish-Italian like myself) was so touching. I literally was crying my ass off for at least 20 of the 45 minutes or so when U2 were on. I have a huge collection of cds of at least 600 and U2 have their own section. They are to me the greatest band of all time. What attracts them to me is first the power of their music and the deepness of their songs. They seem like four friends I wish I could hang out with. Their is a sincerity in the way they have always presented themselves. Yet, they are four friends who just wanted to play music by being music lovers. They are the reason I listen to music, why I write songs of my own, and why music is not just about the latest fashion trend. They are real to the bone and when you take away all the hoopla and big budget shows, you have four amazing musicians making some of the most beautiful music I have ever heard.
Throughout my life, I had to endure a lot of obstacles as we all do. U2 has been that one band that for anyone who knows me will say Chris-lyricist, singer, music fan, U2 fanatic. The music is what matters to me.

"We're one but we're not the same, we've got to carry eachother, carry eachother, one..."
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Elevation Tour DVD question

I got around to picking up the Elevation Tour on DVD last night. I'm going to rip the audio tracks, and I was wondering if the tracklisting on the DVD was the entire setlist played at the Boston show in 2001?
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woah

OMG

Friday and Saturday of the Atlanta show is SOLD OUT.

Woah.

I totalluy forgot about it


Oh well, thankfully I have my Friday ticket!!!!!!!!
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I remember not long after "Vertigo" was released to radio back in September, there was some guy who did a live appearance on some British radio show and did a really cool acoustic arrangement of the song...it was some guy who no one in the States has ever heard of, which is why his name is escaping me now. Anyone know what I'm talking about? (or better yet, where I can find it...my friend doesn't believe me that the song could work acoustically, and I need to prove him wrong)
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    U2 - "Vertigo (Radenka Power Mix)"
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Anyone hear the VH1/MTV Radio show that was on tonite and basically played every single known & interviews? I didnt even know it was on. I heard it while going through the channels while driving tonite. Here in Boston I heard it on Mix 98.5

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Okay, so I'm wondering what I'm in store for.
I bought 2 tickets to see the 2nd Toronto show at the ACC.
Which is the best thing ever. I can't wait.

But, they are in the section 318 row 4, a little to the side of the stage. It's upper bowl.
I'm imagining that it'll be really bad, and am trying to judge just how far that is by watching the Boston elevation VHS.

So, here's the question I pose.
Upper bowl. Yay or nay? Will I be able to see Larry and boys at all from there?
Ahhhh.

EDIT: It's somewhere around here I think. Seat 21 and 22, row 4.