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daygloeyes2 07-04-2018 01:48 AM

I read on twitter the capacity for tonight was only 7,500 due to the stage. They removed seats that would normally be filled. I feel lucky to have been able to see them in such an intimate setup.

clerks 07-04-2018 08:16 AM

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Originally Posted by holyyjoe (Post 8270870)
His back seemed fine when we saw him in MayAttachment 12033



I’m sad inside reading this.

Hewson 07-04-2018 09:39 AM

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Originally Posted by holyyjoe (Post 8270870)
His back seemed fine when we saw him in MayAttachment 12033

https://www.usnews.com/news/entertai...ler-hurts-back

YBORCITY 07-05-2018 08:20 AM

So, not sure what other Interlander's thought about this show but for me it was so strange on so many levels. The only other show I've seen there was Springsteen show back in 2014. The intimacy of this small place plus his setlist that night was terrific. So I have to admit I was thinking this could be a great show. Walking into a casino and seeing all of the old's spending their hard-earned savings and inheritances while going to a show was surreal. After a fantastic apizza from Pepe's (still not as good as the original restaurant on Wosster Street, New Haven). We ordered an Abeets, with Moots, Sauce and Sausage and the Spanish waitress didn't get the reference. So on to the show..... When we got to our seats we were first row of second level right on center ice, it was spectacular as we could see everything unhindered. The stage, runway and "e" stage seemed to be crammed into the building (remember what we said the stage looked like? HAAA!) The band seemed to be really into it, more than the MSG and TD Bank shows. The crowd was abysmal, wasn't like the usual U2 sing-a-long crowd. The other thing that kind of laid an egg was the set list, this really could have been a special concert in a special place but for me it just fell short.

Mac_Fly 07-05-2018 09:06 AM

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Originally Posted by YBORCITY (Post 8270984)
Walking into a casino and seeing all of the old's spending their hard-earned savings and inheritances while going to a show was surreal.

You didn't happen to see Paul McGuinness at one of the slots did you?

YBORCITY 07-06-2018 08:02 AM

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Originally Posted by Mac_Fly (Post 8270987)
You didn't happen to see Paul McGuinness at one of the slots did you?

I did see McGuinne$$ in there but the more embarrassing thing was finding out they closed the all you can eat buffet that day cuz he and Bono demolished it before the show.

I was thinking in the part that Bono is walking down the catwalk and he goes by the Ice Cream truck I bet he wants to try and stop it.


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