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30-10-2018, 11:16   #1
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Bon Jovi, RDS, 15th June 2019

Tickets on sale on Thursday 8th November at 9:00.

Steven Toast says the line up will be Bonjovee, Madame Gaga and The Cold Play.
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Manic Street Preachers supporting, bizarrely
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Jon needs to retire, his voice is completely gone!
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Jon needs to retire, his voice is completely gone!
Doesn't matter really. Half the population of Laois will be at this gig. Slippery When Wet was only released in the midlands last year.

D4 will be full of day trippers in white tshirts and Lee jeans carrying lunch boxes full of egg mayonnaise sandwiches and Capri Suns.

"G'wan Jahnny".
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Doesn't matter really. Half the population of Laois will be at this gig. Slippery When Wet was only released in the midlands last year.

D4 will be full of day trippers in white tshirts and Lee jeans carrying lunch boxes full of egg mayonnaise sandwiches and Capri Suns.

"G'wan Jahnny".
Get it right we wear wranglers!
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RDS is a kip.....!
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I think that's great. Always wanted to see them live. RDS is much more desirable than Croker, and now we can get additional concerts.
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RDS is a kip.....!
was all set to go to croker as i thought it was there , then this crap

was at it twice in RDS , got it's crap and the sound is shiite

skipping this one
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The last time I was at the RDS for a show was Bruce Springsteen in 2012 and prev Bon Jovi he year before. Find the place a little bit run down and in bad need of a refurb esp the Angelsesa stand area. RDS is a great location though but being a full wallet as it's D4 after all

Prob go too this and hoping prices are ok but All concerts seem to be €100+ nowadays
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I think that's great. Always wanted to see them live. RDS is much more desirable than Croker, and now we can get additional concerts.
They play nearly every year. Without Bon Jovi thankfully
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The last time I was at the RDS for a show was Bruce Springsteen in 2012 and prev Bon Jovi he year before. Find the place a little bit run down and in bad need of a refurb esp the Angelsesa stand area. RDS is a great location though but being a full wallet as it's D4 after all

Prob go too this and hoping prices are ok but All concerts seem to be €100+ nowadays
I'd say he'll be 70 for a standing ticket and 90 for pitch 1 standing. Remember Elton John and Fleetwood Mac are both on that week too, and I think EJs second gig clashes.

I saw Killers in the RDS last year with Franz Ferdinand. The set up was good, it was a sunny day and the grassy areas outside the stadium were full of bars and food trucks. Inside the stadium was decent, but I was pitch 1, pitch 2 looked a bit ****. So if you can afford the extra couple of quid it's worth it.
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Prob go too this and hoping prices are ok but All concerts seem to be €100+ nowadays

Its tough for Jon to get by on a farmers income ,he has to do a few gigs to make ends meet.
Hope he had a good harvest this year.
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The last time I was at the RDS for a show was Bruce Springsteen in 2012 and prev Bon Jovi he year before. Find the place a little bit run down and in bad need of a refurb esp the Angelsesa stand area. RDS is a great location though but being a full wallet as it's D4 after all

Prob go too this and hoping prices are ok but All concerts seem to be €100+ nowadays
I'd say he'll be 70 for a standing ticket and 90 for pitch 1 standing. Remember Elton John and Fleetwood Mac are both on that week too, and I think EJs second gig clashes.

I saw Killers in the RDS last year with Franz Ferdinand. The set up was good, it was a sunny day and the grassy areas outside the stadium were full of bars and food trucks. Inside the stadium was decent, but I was pitch 1, pitch 2 looked a bit ****. So if you can afford the extra couple of quid it's worth it.
€89 plus booking fee is on the concert poster.
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€89 plus booking fee is on the concert poster.
€89 will be for GA
GC will be more than that closer to €100 I’d say

Then you will have all the packages and the VIP section at the front on one side of the stage, if the UK set up is anything to go by.
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As they did in 93
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