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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #45 on: October 25, 2015, 01:12:39 PM »
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What a seat ..

I am about 20 ten yards from the catwalk rail smack bang dead centre between i and e stages.

A bit of front pays off

Couldn't happen to a nicer guy. :)

Haha....was amazing how easy they just offered me a swap.

It really is an incredible seat

Thought you were GA?

That is thursday

Ah, two shows.Lucky! Enjoy tonight!

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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #46 on: October 25, 2015, 01:14:48 PM »
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What a seat ..

I am about 20 ten yards from the catwalk rail smack bang dead centre between i and e stages.

A bit of front pays off

Couldn't happen to a nicer guy. :)

Haha....was amazing how easy they just offered me a swap.

It really is an incredible seat

Thought you were GA?

That is thursday

Ah, two shows.Lucky! Enjoy tonight!

Thanks


By the way all the rails around the e stage and catwalk are barely three or four deep in places right now...

Makes a mockery of queueing a bit

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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #47 on: October 25, 2015, 01:16:14 PM »
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What a seat ..

I am about 20 ten yards from the catwalk rail smack bang dead centre between i and e stages.

A bit of front pays off

Couldn't happen to a nicer guy. :)

Haha....was amazing how easy they just offered me a swap.

It really is an incredible seat

Thought you were GA?

That is thursday

Ah, two shows.Lucky! Enjoy tonight!

Thanks


By the way all the rails around the e stage and catwalk are barely three or four deep in places right now...

Makes a mockery of queueing a bit

I need to be on the rail otherwise i'll just see the backs of people!

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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #48 on: October 25, 2015, 01:21:44 PM »
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What a seat ..

I am about 20 ten yards from the catwalk rail smack bang dead centre between i and e stages.

A bit of front pays off

Couldn't happen to a nicer guy. :)

Haha....was amazing how easy they just offered me a swap.

It really is an incredible seat

Thought you were GA?

That is thursday

Ah, two shows.Lucky! Enjoy tonight!

Thanks


By the way all the rails around the e stage and catwalk are barely three or four deep in places right now...

Makes a mockery of queueing a bit

I need to be on the rail otherwise i'll just see the backs of people!

Fair enough.

Looking at this lay out i would suggest not going for i stage rail as you are then going to have to look back the length of the floor a fair bit.


Maybe centre of catwalk looks best to me.

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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #49 on: October 25, 2015, 01:22:00 PM »
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Moved from 412 to 111 a 'house seat' no bother at all....

I assume these are the nearly 200 quid seats.

Give us the row and seat number so someone can film you bopping to Beautiful Day  :)

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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #50 on: October 25, 2015, 01:25:25 PM »
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What a seat ..

I am about 20 ten yards from the catwalk rail smack bang dead centre between i and e stages.

A bit of front pays off

Couldn't happen to a nicer guy. :)

Haha....was amazing how easy they just offered me a swap.

It really is an incredible seat

Thought you were GA?

That is thursday

Ah, two shows.Lucky! Enjoy tonight!

Thanks


By the way all the rails around the e stage and catwalk are barely three or four deep in places right now...

Makes a mockery of queueing a bit

I need to be on the rail otherwise i'll just see the backs of people!

Fair enough.

Looking at this lay out i would suggest not going for i stage rail as you are then going to have to look back the length of the floor a fair bit.


Maybe centre of catwalk looks best to me.

They're onstage in less than an hour and there are only 3 rows of people along the catwalk?  Is it pretty packed round the I stage then?  Personally I'd rather be near the I stage as I prefer the material they do when they're on that stage, notably Electric Co. or Gloria or Out of Control.

How many people would you say have GA tickets?  About 3,000 or more?

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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #51 on: October 25, 2015, 01:27:30 PM »
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In my defence screen was blocking half stage up there

Is the view that bad An Tha? I'm dead centre in the 30 seats at Glasgow and the missus if most definitely paying a  trip to customer services when we get there, I thought the 02 tickets did say obstructed / limited view, mine don't though!...enjoy the show mate :-)

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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #52 on: October 25, 2015, 01:27:37 PM »
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Moved from 412 to 111 a 'house seat' no bother at all....

I assume these are the nearly 200 quid seats.

Give us the row and seat number so someone can film you bopping to Beautiful Day  :)

I have got the lad next to me doing just that when it happens.


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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #53 on: October 25, 2015, 01:29:51 PM »
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What a seat ..

I am about 20 ten yards from the catwalk rail smack bang dead centre between i and e stages.

A bit of front pays off

Couldn't happen to a nicer guy. :)

Haha....was amazing how easy they just offered me a swap.

It really is an incredible seat

Thought you were GA?

That is thursday

Ah, two shows.Lucky! Enjoy tonight!

Thanks


By the way all the rails around the e stage and catwalk are barely three or four deep in places right now...

Makes a mockery of queueing a bit

I need to be on the rail otherwise i'll just see the backs of people!

Fair enough.

Looking at this lay out i would suggest not going for i stage rail as you are then going to have to look back the length of the floor a fair bit.


Maybe centre of catwalk looks best to me.

I'll get whatever my little legs can get me to, but i was thinking E or catwalk centre.

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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #54 on: October 25, 2015, 01:30:23 PM »
Enjoy An tha your gonna love it,, Im going thursday cant wait !! ;-)
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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #55 on: October 25, 2015, 01:30:27 PM »
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In my defence screen was blocking half stage up there

Is the view that bad An Tha? I'm dead centre in the 30 seats at Glasgow and the missus if most definitely paying a  trip to customer services when we get there, I thought the 02 tickets did say obstructed / limited view, mine don't though!...enjoy the show mate :-)

Was bad.

Edges side of the stage was completely obscured by the screen.

There is a little screen up at that end.

Tickets didn't say restricted or obscured.

To be fair wasn't a bad view of e stage at all though.

I suppose it is an earlier you get in the better job....

I can't stress enough though how easy it was.


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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #56 on: October 25, 2015, 01:32:32 PM »
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In my defence screen was blocking half stage up there

Is the view that bad An Tha? I'm dead centre in the 30 seats at Glasgow and the missus if most definitely paying a  trip to customer services when we get there, I thought the 02 tickets did say obstructed / limited view, mine don't though!...enjoy the show mate :-)

Was bad.

Edges side of the stage was completely obscured by the screen.

There is a little screen up at that end.

Tickets didn't say restricted or obscured.

To be fair wasn't a bad view of e stage at all though.

I suppose it is an earlier you get in the better job....

I can't stress enough though how easy it was.



Nice one, i'll be at the hydro nice and early on the 6th.

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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #57 on: October 25, 2015, 01:33:24 PM »
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What a seat ..

I am about 20 ten yards from the catwalk rail smack bang dead centre between i and e stages.

A bit of front pays off

Couldn't happen to a nicer guy. :)

Haha....was amazing how easy they just offered me a swap.

It really is an incredible seat

Thought you were GA?

That is thursday

Ah, two shows.Lucky! Enjoy tonight!

Thanks


By the way all the rails around the e stage and catwalk are barely three or four deep in places right now...

Makes a mockery of queueing a bit

I need to be on the rail otherwise i'll just see the backs of people!

Fair enough.

Looking at this lay out i would suggest not going for i stage rail as you are then going to have to look back the length of the floor a fair bit.


Maybe centre of catwalk looks best to me.

They're onstage in less than an hour and there are only 3 rows of people along the catwalk?  Is it pretty packed round the I stage then?  Personally I'd rather be near the I stage as I prefer the material they do when they're on that stage, notably Electric Co. or Gloria or Out of Control.

How many people would you say have GA tickets?  About 3,000 or more?

Probably about ten deep by e stage now ...i am on adams side if you use main stage as a guide

Floor area is quite small....maybe 2500 at a guess.

Anyway folks i am gonna settle down for the show now.

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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #58 on: October 25, 2015, 01:37:51 PM »
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In my defence screen was blocking half stage up there

Is the view that bad An Tha? I'm dead centre in the 30 seats at Glasgow and the missus if most definitely paying a  trip to customer services when we get there, I thought the 02 tickets did say obstructed / limited view, mine don't though!...enjoy the show mate :-)

Was bad.

Edges side of the stage was completely obscured by the screen.

There is a little screen up at that end.

Tickets didn't say restricted or obscured.

To be fair wasn't a bad view of e stage at all though.

I suppose it is an earlier you get in the better job....

I can't stress enough though how easy it was.

I think it was easy as there seems to be loads of unsold tickets, especially unsold expensive seats.

Sit back and enjoy... and resist the temptation to moan about it afterwards  :P

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Re: Panicking about ID and cards for floor admission?
« Reply #59 on: October 25, 2015, 01:39:09 PM »
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In my defence screen was blocking half stage up there

Is the view that bad An Tha? I'm dead centre in the 30 seats at Glasgow and the missus if most definitely paying a  trip to customer services when we get there, I thought the 02 tickets did say obstructed / limited view, mine don't though!...enjoy the show mate :-)

Was bad.

Edges side of the stage was completely obscured by the screen.

There is a little screen up at that end.

Tickets didn't say restricted or obscured.

To be fair wasn't a bad view of e stage at all though.

I suppose it is an earlier you get in the better job....

I can't stress enough though how easy it was.

I think it was easy as there seems to be loads of unsold tickets, especially unsold expensive seats.

Sit back and enjoy... and resist the temptation to moan about it afterwards  :P

After copping for this seat i will even stay in the arena for elevation  :)

Later!