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Old 06-25-2015, 06:48 PM   #1
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June 25th, 2015 - Chicago, IL, United Center

Not really sure why no one is posting in these threads. Kinda makes me sad.
Last tour it was great, each show had a place to go look at pictures and hear about fan experiences.
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Old 06-26-2015, 10:50 AM   #2
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Well, I'll play
I was in GA, didn't stand in line but got to be about 2-3 deep from the rail. Talked to some cool people- fun to meet other U2 fans. Didn't see much of the screens but loved the show. I'd never seen Bad performed live, so that was amazing.
Ugh, I hate typing on my phone, so that's all for now.
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Old 06-26-2015, 11:08 AM   #3
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Ugh, I hate typing on my phone, so that's all for now.
I was going to say to Sicy that that's probably the reason why some of the review threads aren't getting as many posts these days... using the phone is starting to become the primary way of going online for many people (along with posting pics, making comments, etc.). Kind of hard to type out a long review over them! That and I'm sure Twitter and Instagram are getting the lion's share of pictures being posted these days too.

I'll definitely post some comments and pics in the L.A. and Chicago threads once I have some time after my final show this Monday though.
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Yeah that's true I guess.
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I was in GA. Got in the line about 4:30ish PM. I was 333 in line "when the numbers fell off the clock face."

A buddy and I ended up 2 from the rail on the main stage right in front of Adam and about 4 people from the runway. Proving what many have said that you don't need to show up in the morning or the night before to get a prime spot. Totally stoked Bad was in the setlist!
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Couple pics from my GA spot at the e-stage.



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For this show I had a seat, right down in the front where Bono was coming out onto the stage. I didn't even know that's what was going to happen, so when they started cordoning people off, I got really excited I loved hearing Volcano, I'm probably the only person who likes that song so it was a treat for me Bad was a treal treat too. Gotta admit, I'm a little jealous of the folks who got Crystal Ballroom and AIWIY, but I'll get over it. And, having stood next to the Costa Rica girl the next before in GA, I was happy she got on stage! That was such a cute performance! Here's some of the pics I took: U2start.com | Photos | 2015-06-25 - Chicago by Sara H.













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[QUOTE=littleheartsuitcase;7981691]For this show I had a seat, right down in the front where Bono was coming out onto the stage. I didn't even know that's what was going to happen, so when they started cordoning people off, I got really excited I loved hearing Volcano, I'm probably the only person who likes that song so it was a treat for me Bad was a treal treat too. Gotta admit, I'm a little jealous of the folks who got Crystal Ballroom and AIWIY, but I'll get over it. And, having stood next to the Costa Rica girl the next before in GA, I was happy she got on stage! That was such a cute performance! Here's some of the pics I took: U2start.com | Photos | 2015-06-25 - Chicago by Sara H.











You were right next to the girl from Costa Rica in GA the first night? I was right behind her! :-)

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Awesome!! Haha, okay maybe "right next to" is an exaggeration - but no more than 3-4 people away... So cool!
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Great pics!
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