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    Quote Originally Posted by niggo View Post
    Not trying to be a kill-joy, but if you want to travel to a different country to see NIN you should definitely wait for other dates.

    In 2014 the Zitadelle crowd was incredibly casual, people were talking throughout the whole show (some even turned their back to the stage) and the setting was mediocre at best. It starts pretty early and since it's open-air the whole show takes place in broad daylight and people don't really loosen up. It's kind of like a festival, but worse. I don't get why so many great artists go there (QOTSA played there, APC will play there too).

    Again, I'm trying really hard not to complain too much, but IMO the Zitadelle sucks. A buddy of mine saw Massive Attack there and said the same thing. Just wanted to give you a heads-up.
    While that is true I managed to get a good view later on with enjoyable people, so I had a blast in the end. The thing I liked most aboutthis particular show was that it was very heavy on the light show and we were treated with some rarely-played songs. Seeing them in London after that was especially nice since this way I saw two very different NIN shows on the same leg of the tour.

    But yeah, for me that show is a no-brainer. It's a 4h drive to a city full of friends and some business opportunities for me, having a NIN show there is the icing on the cake. But I hope we will get some more dates in or closely around Germany.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witte View Post
    €115?
    Where do you live?
    And where did you find the capacity of the venue? I saw some pics and indeed it didn’t look big. I think it’s possitive. Watching them only at festivals will be more crowded.


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    It depends on how they set up the Zitadelle really. Sometimes it looks like a festival with a lot of food stands and places to grab a drink and sometimes they opt for more people. The range for the Zitadelle is 2.000 as a minimum up to almost 10.000 people. Perfect size imho for an open air show IMHO.

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    if 1 could pull it off, you could go see NIN in berlin then less than a week later see the cure in london. that sounds like a fine week of music to me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlb View Post
    While that is true I managed to get a good view later on with enjoyable people, so I had a blast in the end. The thing I liked most aboutthis particular show was that it was very heavy on the light show and we were treated with some rarely-played songs. Seeing them in London after that was especially nice since this way I saw two very different NIN shows on the same leg of the tour.
    Haha we did exactly the same!

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    And I am not surprised they return to Zitadelle as Trent mentioned that he found the view to be quite beautiful in 2014. And it is, although I have to agree that I would love a concert ina closed hall even more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witte View Post
    Bought ticket.
    Fuck them: Always the same story. Ticketmaster.de does not know the option E-ticket.
    Ä17.50 shipping


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    34.90 Euro for shipping to Czech republic (neighbour state!!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlb View Post

    But yeah, for me that show is a no-brainer. It's a 4h drive ....
    I think US people here give you a big smiley. For them 4 hours is peanuts.


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    came to ETS for the first time in quite a while to say that ticketbastard.de EATS SHIT and I am not paying 34.90 for paper ticket (??) delivery, which is more than half of ticket price. seriously Germany I always thought you are progressive country but boy I was wrong.

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    I guess you all shouldn't have jumped at presale opportunity then? I just checked Eventim.de and they show that tickets go on sale "soon" (doesn't say when). I've bought PDF tickets from them a lot of times with no extra shipping fees. Also tickets at LiveNation go on sale 16-Dec (same story, used them just this year).
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    interesting. I didn't buy anything, I am not paying this for shipment, no way in hell. thanks for the tips about eventful. ticketmaster replyied to my question that "paper ticket only" is request from the organizers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witte View Post
    Ä115?
    Where do you live?
    And where did you find the capacity of the venue? I saw some pics and indeed it didnít look big. I think itís possitive. Watching them only at festivals will be more crowded.
    I live right outside Manhattan.

    And I simply googled the capacity of the venue.

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    ^^115 euro for two ticket is still cheap comparing to what i paid for one including shipping to the netherlands. wtf?

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    Just ordered the tickets. Whooooo! 😃

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    Quote Originally Posted by witte View Post
    ^^115 euro for two ticket is still cheap comparing to what i paid for one including shipping to the netherlands. wtf?
    150 euros for two tickets to London.

    I wonder why the NIN.com presale is no longer a thing?

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    I said 115 euros PLUS the various shipping costs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witte View Post
    I think US people here give you a big smiley. For them 4 hours is peanuts.


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    Hehe that's why I said it's a no-brainer. I just have to do this and not wait for a show in Munich. And like I said, Berlin is full of opportunities so the show is just the icing on the cake.

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    NIN in the Friday. Leaves room for another festival that weekend. And a possible route map to speculate midweek solo shows.

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    Any chance they may be doing Wireless Festival in London Finsbury Park that weekend? I donít really know anything about it. Itís a Live Nation thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorzelG View Post
    Any chance they may be doing Wireless Festival in London Finsbury Park that weekend? I don’t really know anything about it. It’s a Live Nation thing
    Considering it's previous years and that it has strong support Capital Radio and Capital Xtra...i'd say probably not. It's defiantly a more mainstream "top 40 hits" festival these days. I could wrong...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorzelG View Post
    Any chance they may be doing Wireless Festival in London Finsbury Park that weekend? I don’t really know anything about it. It’s a Live Nation thing
    As I said earlier: Rock Werchter that weekend makes more sense. Now they're doing this festival in France that theory fits.

    Quote Originally Posted by icklekitty View Post
    NIN in the Friday. Leaves room for another festival that weekend. And a possible route map to speculate midweek solo shows.
    Oh, a solo show in Luxembourg Rock Hall
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