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18-09-2019, 15:33   #31
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olympia has a capacity of 1250 people, with a standing section.

vicar st has a capacity of 1050 seated.

Auditorium in the Convention center is the next best option after that with 2000 seated and is a nice looking venue too....

Bord Gais would have been equally as good, with 2100 seated, and a lovely venue....
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18-09-2019, 15:36   #32
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thanks for the link!!


why ticketmaster? because it's the only one, they manage 99% of the ticket in Ireland.


P.S. I have been to one of this shows, LOVE IT, if you are a truly Pink Floyd fan, you'll love!!

P.P.S. I'm going to buy for the convention center, I hope the acoustics will be good!! see you all there!!
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olympia has a capacity of 1250 people, with a standing section.

vicar st has a capacity of 1050 seated.

Auditorium in the Convention center is the next best option after that with 2000 seated and is a nice looking venue too....

Bord Gais would have been equally as good, with 2100 seated, and a lovely venue....

Agree, probabily the Bord Gais was the best venue in Dublin for him!
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Back of the stall the way to go for me so I can see the stage show. And see Nick!

Max 9 tickets per transaction. For fúcks sake.

Thats potentially 222 transactions for a sellout.
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absolutely likely to sell out... us Irish are event junkies and nick is a living legend.... and its also very likely to be a fully seated gig.


the capacity depends on where in the convention center.
id imagine it would in the auditorium which has about 2000 capacity.... though it could be in the forum on ground floor which has a 3000 capacity.
Ticketmaster has map showing the Auditorium as the venue.
Going to sell fast.
Wonder is there a chance of a second date.
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Ticketmaster has map showing the Auditorium as the venue.
Going to sell fast.
Wonder is there a chance of a second date.

It's the first date of the tour, so, yes, why not, the day before!!
Anyway, I hope that the venue will be good!
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Sorted!
Stalls row BB
86 quid all in
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Pricey at €86 but grabbed tickets. Last Floyd show I was at was Roger Waters gig in the Aviva, which was bloody fantastic. Roll on April. The Convention Centre could be really good for this
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Stalls Row S ...... Set The Controls
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Four of us going, Stalls G. Happy enough with the price as it will probably be the last chance to see Nick live. Just hoping David doesn't play in the 3Arena on the same night
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^ .... I reckon there's no chance of that.
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Got two, relatively painless
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Easy peasy. Stalls Row F. Floating down, the sound resounds...
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Got sorted too! Happy days!!
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Sorted in Galway too, 82 Euros, a bit hefty but something to look forward to. I'm row A seat 44 hopefully that's reasonable viewing.
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