Discussion in 'On Stage' started by Michele, May 2, 2017.
Btw,m i am updating the list regulary to let you see, who will visit your show too
Going to the London show with @Joe and @Kevin!
Bumped myself from 58 to 52 before today's deadline. Figure better something than nothing. Still in group 1 which is what I deem most important.
Also Mike Shinoda liked a tweet of mine and I won't pretend I didn't smile a little too much about it.
Edit : Sorry to mods if I posted this in the wrong thread. You can delete it if needed
I'm only number 241 in Philadelphia, which I think puts me in group 2. I'm hoping to be able to get tickets for the BB&T Pavilion show, which may not be in the best area, but it's only like 20-25 minutes away from me. It's not often they're that close.
I still don't know how much tickets are though until they're on sale, is it safe to assume at least over $100+ for the cheapest seat and not a lawn ticket? I guess even lawn tickets are over $100 nowadays depending on who's performing. I wish it was just them though, I couldn't care less about Machine Gun Kelly.
I'm number N/A in line for St. Paul, because despite having a show literally within walking distance of where I go to school, I'm broke, and even if I wasn't, I never know if I'm going to be financially secure enough several months from now to risk dropping money on presale tickets.
The argentina show was fucking awesome. Can't complain.
August 14, Chicago.
Planning to grab a couple of Vancouver BC tickets to see LP again, first time since 2012. Had a quick question, if anyone is familiar since I'm not a huge concert-goer.
What's the difference between General Admission tickets and front-row tickets? I want to be right up against the stage, and the front-row tickets say that they're in a "reserved seating area", which (if I'm viewing this map right) are not in between GA and the stage. If I want to be right up against the stage, is GA the way to go?
Couldnt you try that one?
I guess GA should be the right thing to choose here. There isnt anything between GA (Pit) and the stage.
Hey, thanks for the reply! Looks like that's for Chicago, not Van though.
Either way, I decided to go with GA. Like you said, even for my venue, there's nothing between the GA/Pit and the stage. I'll just get there early and hope I can get right up against the stage.
Oh man, really pumped to see LP again.
Got tickets to the San Jose show!
I got two tickets for the BB&T Pavilion show. Not a preferred area, but the place is only like 25 minutes away. Everywhere else was at least 90+ minutes.
I feel like I got crappy seats because I'm cheap, but looking at pictures online it doesn't seem so bad. I didn't want to stand in the pit. The ticket fees are crazy and the parking fee will be just as bad, but I just want to see the band, so I'm not worrying too much about everything else. Looking forward to it, I'll definitely be starstruck.
Disappointed that WPB is as far South as they'll go with FL. Don't think I'll be able to make it.
Will be attending the show at Citi Field in NY!
$134 for very meh seats plus $44 in service fees per ticket. Oh and an 8 dollar shipping fee for my electronic tickets...
If Blink-182 wasn't co-headlining this concert, there would be no way I'd go see them. Really hard to justify this price.
(Yes I understand that the fee costs arent the band's fault)
With all that complaining out if the way, I will be attending the Hershey concert!
Grew up listening to the band for 11 years, and I'm excited to say that this will be my first Linkin Park concert! I'll be attending the Starplex Pavilion, Dallas, TX! Going to with my best friend because ever since High School, we've promised that both of us would go to their show.
I'll be right up close and personal; I'll be at the pit.
Shipping fee for electronic tickets? $8 for a damn email? ... even the official vendor is doing the scamming
You'll love it, I went to see them for the first time on the Hunting Party tour and they were great. So much energy in every song and given how risque the setlist was this year at Maximus, you can probably expect some curveballs in the set this year
I like the addition of OML in the set, really beautiful.
I just hope the 4 tracks of HT and the 4 of Meteora stay in the set.
On the other side, I really hope the band is open to dropping HT/Meteora songs if it means we get more OML tracks. Specifically Sorry For Now or Nobody Can Save Me.
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