Ooh, Snow Patrol. I think they're playing here later so I'm looking forward to hearing about them
Sweeeeet!Jealousy levels rising over here in the West.All my moneys gots to go towards the "Car-repair/moving-state" fund... which may soon include the "holy-shit-but-medical-care-is-fucking-expensive!" fund.Have an awesome time.And wait a second... concert virginity? Are you saying you've never been to a concert before? WOW
Grunt - I'm pretty sure you'll get a positive reviewMissE - you read right. Never been to a concert.
There is a great sense of unity about concerts.I can still remember when Depeche Mode played at the NEC in Birmingham and I was about twenty feet from the stage- I bought our tickets six months in advance- one of the greatest memories of my life.
I was waiting for one of the big shows to come around to lose it. I wanted to go to U2, but didn't have anyone to go with. As much as I love Robbie and Pink, and they put on fantastic shows, I wasn't that interested.My ideal would have been Rob Thomas (or Matchbox 20). He was here last year.
Fuck me. For $168, I'd want The Beatles. ALL of them.
Thats two tickets.
I saw Snow Patrol last year, they were fantastic!
My friend (the one I posted the UFO story about yesterday) asked me if I wanted to see a band on the 22nd.I asked who. He didn't know.I asked where. He didn't know.Not the best of starts.
Holy! How old are you?You made a good choice!Although I'm quite pleased with my first concert choice: Bon Jovi when I was 14 :) (Skid Row was the Opening act) Good times!
YAY for you - OMG, have a BLAST!!
Oestre - not asking about their performance (which I'm quite sure will be excellent), but did they put on a good show?Ingsoc - beat the hell out of sitting at homePrincess - I'm 23, but will be 24 by then. Bon Jovi would be awesomeTug - oh, I will.
The way he described it me (trash Metal, whatever that means), I have my doubts...
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