The theatre here in Charlotte, NC had a good amount of people. Around 30+, I'd say. I'm curious as to how the hell they advertised for this.
Also, I was hoping for maybe a poster or a LT copy but I guess not haha. The guy at the ticket booth just looked confused when I told him what I had tickets for.
Yeah apparently my theater decided to treat it as an R-rated movie and I'm not 17 till August so I had to buy a ticket for that Snow White movie then switch when nobody was looking There were less than 10 people there including myself, consisting of kids with their parents and a 60 year old couple who sat in the back and clapped for each song Great show though!
God I missed this. GUYS, never listen to the girlfriend when she says she knows a shortcut...
Bright side, she knew how bad I wanted to go so she went down on meh and will be paying for LP concert when theyre in town in a couple months.
I just went to this last night, there was about 30 people on my theater (Albany, NY) and it was a pretty cool event, but definitely nowhere as cool as the 2007 event. Anyways, some really annoying girl was dancing and screaming really loud, to the point where it really ruined a lot of the movie for me, but other than that, the show was cool. They showed the making of BID music video Part 1 and 2 and then a short intro from Mike talking about how he used to listen to album with a group of people, etc, and then they showed the Berlin show. Me and my little brother threw a bunch of skittles at the dancing girl and hit her in the head, then she sat down because everyone was telling her to shut up.
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2013 Concerts:Formerly known as Bliss / Dementia
February 8th- VoxNora, Atlas Genius, and Imagine Dragons. (Marquee Theatre, Tempe, AZ)
April 18th- The Postal Service. (Comerica Theatre, Phoenix, AZ)
June 6th- Hillsong United. (ShoWare Center, Kent, WA)
September 7th- Chivalry is Dead, Always Right, Monhagans Dixon, Straight Til Morning, Visions of the Martyr, To Each His Own, and Romance Mechanics. (Pub Rock, Scottsdale, AZ)
December 3rd- Get Dead, Masked Intruder, Anti-Flag, and Less Than Jake. (The Nile, Mesa, AZ)
February 17th- Imagine Dragons, The Naked and Famous, and Nico Vega. (US Airways Center, Phoenix, AZ)
August 31st- Ed Sheeran (Jobbing.com Arena, Glendale, AZ)
September 5th- Blake Shelton, The Band Perry, Dan+Shay, and Neal McCoy (Ak-Chin Pavilion, Phoenix, AZ)
September 10th- Linkin Park, 30 Seconds to Mars, and AFI (US Airways Center, Phoenix, AZ)
Saw it. Could have had more ATS material. But had a great time. Then felt compelled for some reason to go buy more tickets to the rest of the Linkin Park shows in California other than San Diego. Made me cry because i'm dirt poor and jobless.
oh crap you can see me on that video lol 6:07 in the back. red hair. xD
Hi friends i just want to say you that i have been attend many events of this type and these are all very best and great events because these events are mostly held in a open air ground and have no any type of restriction so that's why
these events are best i have been organised many events in open air ground and these are very best events and
remembered me always .......
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