2017-09-19 - Glendale
Gira: Joshua Tree Tour 2017
Songs played: 23
Grabaciones de audio: 1
  1. This will be quite a hot show. 30/86 C/F already and the morning hasn't even begun.
  2. na itll be cool inside once it starts

  3. Glendale has a shitload of tickets for sale, it's very very far from sold out; look, entire seat blocks!

    AND it's only 50% of the stadium's seats Overwhelming my ass


  4. Originally posted by LikeASong:
    Glendale has a shitload of tickets for sale, it's very very far from sold out; look, entire seat blocks!

    AND it's only 50% of the stadium's seats Overwhelming my ass


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    All of the stadiums tickets are for sale with the exception of those blocked by the stage, it's a massive place, the 360 show here sold 90% and was still like 70,000 people
  5. Originally posted by justinpushplay:[..]
    All of the stadiums tickets are for sale with the exception of those blocked by the stage, it's a massive place, the 360 show here sold 90% and was still like 70,000 people
    No. That was the 360º configuration, which was much different to this tour. Here, it's around 60% of the seats, the rest of them weren't put on sale in the first place.


  6. Originally posted by LikeASong:[..]
    No. That was the 360º configuration, which was much different to this tour. Here, it's around 60% of the seats, the rest of them weren't put on sale in the first place.

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    Well yeah.. it's the same as every other stadium they've played on this tour, every seat facing the stage is for sale..
  7. No. The stage here is deliberately placed halfway through the stadium's field, leaving much less seats eligible for sale.


    And "every other stadium" is a pretty bold statement. See Croke Park, every damn seat (except those immediately behind the stage) sold:



    See Twickenham (only a 20% of the seating blocks not put for sale as the stage was at the bottom end of the field):



    Same story for Rome's Olympic, stage sitting at the bottom end and every block suitable, sold out:




    I could go on but you get the point.
  8. Why on earth are they playing these venues when they can no way sell out and have to push the stage forwards. Seems mad .
  9. Originally posted by Timk68:Why on earth are they playing these venues when they can no way sell out and have to push the stage forwards. Seems mad .
    because of overwhelming demand?
  10. Originally posted by LikeASong:[..]
    No. The stage here is deliberately placed halfway through the stadium's field, leaving much less seats eligible for sale.


    And "every other stadium" is a pretty bold statement. See Croke Park, every damn seat (except those immediately behind the stage) sold:

    [image]

    See Twickenham (only a 20% of the seating blocks not put for sale as the stage was at the bottom end of the field):

    [image]

    Same story for Rome's Olympic, stage sitting at the bottom end and every block suitable, sold out:

    [image]


    I could go on but you get the point.
    "halfway through the stadium's field" is a pretty bold statement
  11. How early do people normally line up for GA to get the best spot? And would you prefer to be on front of the B stage or the main stage?