Dublin, June 14-15 and now also 13!!!

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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by tinderella » Sat Mar 15, 2008 2:41 am

btw, I am not drinking the 3 bottles tonight,, they will last the long weekend :D :) :lol: ]
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by jacqueline » Sat Mar 15, 2008 2:43 am

What row tickets did you get Tinderella53?
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by tinderella » Sat Mar 15, 2008 2:46 am

I got Block A which is lovely but row UU :( which is about 40 rows back. i was on the pc at 9 on the dot, when I was offered those tickets ,..... and they said if you want to refuse and try again... i felt i was playing Deal or no Deal.... and i thought if i say no, i may not get any lol, so I decided those were the tickets meant for me. I will bring my binoculars, but if the sound is good I am happy :D
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by Unspoken Words » Sat Mar 15, 2008 2:48 am

I have tickets for Block A5 row K received at a Ticketmaster outlet at 9am. Within 5 minutes others standing beside were bing told it was sold out and Sunday night was on sale at approx 09.10. I thought this a bit unfair as Ticketmaster and the promoters had not advertised Sunday night (The 'Irish Times' half page advert on Thursday only referred to one night) so fans who had waited for news of this being released may be dis-appointed and others who were unaware of a second night would not have had a chance. I have a feeling that a lot of tickets have gone to touts which is unfortunate but this is difficult to control in a free market.

Really pleased I have tickets. They are expensive but that does not matter as this is such an important event in my life. Met Leonard last year in Poland and seen him perform and can't wait for a full set. Not sure about an open air venue in Ireland in June,rain is never too far away and the acoustics might be doubtful, although the setting seems very historic and ambient, so if the weather is good it could be glorious. At the end of the day just to be in the presence of LC is enough.

Must now figure out what other venues elsewhere I can get to.
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by Red Poppy » Sat Mar 15, 2008 2:56 am

tinderella53 wrote:wow, I think everyone is drinking red wine tonight.. confetti i loveeeeeeeeeee you, if only someone would do the decent thing for an old woman like me and let me go up the front after all, in my fifties, the eyesight is going, the hearing etc, etc lol. :D
I bought 3 bottles of chilean wine tonight to celebrate... I had to watch Im Your Man again this evening just to get the whole vibe. I think Mr Cohen has the best fans in the world.. Intelligent kind people with impeccable taste :D
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by tinderella » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:05 am

:D Sorry Red... as you know women talk way toooooooooooooo much and I am a Gemini which makes it worse....
I will try be more mysterious..... are you swapping seats with me :D :D :D
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by Red Poppy » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:48 am

Well William thinks it an unlikely swop but leave it with me. :?
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by Jimmyprofit » Sat Mar 15, 2008 5:42 am

Celebrating!!!!!!

sorted for lenny :) Going both nights !!!!
Hope everyone is happy and got tickets :)
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by confetti » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:14 pm

lets just pray for good weather now. My son was born on june 14th 23 years ago it had been a really good spring summer up until then and then poured horribly for most of the rest of the summer, however he has had many birthdays where it has been paddling pool weather, so fingers crossed that we are due on of those.
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by table top joe » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:32 pm

Have a question on the capacity,is it 1,200 or.... 12,000 :shock: ....i was under the impression it was 1,200 but i think i just saw what i wanted to see!
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by confetti » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:40 pm

12000
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by disordered » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:42 pm

table top joe wrote:Have a question on the capacity,is it 1,200 or.... 12,000 :shock: ....i was under the impression it was 1,200 but i think i just saw what i wanted to see!
I am afraid it is 12,000

which seats do you have?
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by table top joe » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:51 pm

Got one in Block B....i was convinced it was only 1,200 :cry: .....at least i got a ticket though,yep,i definitely saw what i wanted to see :roll: ....on another note im really impressed Lenny sold it out so quickly now
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by confetti » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:56 pm

didn't see the other reply sorry. :oops:
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Re: Dublin, June 14-15 - tickets

Post by devilsinkwell » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:58 pm

same here on the pc at 9 (well a few hours earlier if im honest god knows why)and i got blk a3 , but what the hell a 1000 mile round trip seem well worth it
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