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Welp it may just be and an extra ticket making the trip as my usual PJ travel buddy has revealed his GF is due at about the same time
35,600 posts and counting since 09-09-2002. tRCMB Dead Pool Commissioner.
Back to back shows by different artists? Any stadium show I've ever seen has required at least 48 hours minimum to build and 24 hours to take down. Both Pearl Jam and Clarkson/Aldean must be using small stages/production by stadium standards.
Or the same basic structure and dressing it up differently.
I'm sure they'll be working late to get it done...hopefully someone thinks ahead and orders the crew food before 10pm.
This post was edited by Chitown_Badger 15 months ago
Scored! Looks like demand was really high and ticket supply to 10Club wasn't as high as people thought it would be...Guess the good thing is you local people have a good chance to score tickets. I heard there is a Wrigleyville only pre-sale next week? Get some!
Nice. I was expecting to win the London tix and lose the wrigley, but looks like I'm one of the lucky ones. "Can't wait!" Bart Scott.
Got the Vs. reissue on vinyl for Christmas, hadn't listened the album as a whole in a while. Is there any doubt that, vocally, that was Vedder's prime? He's fucking incredible on every track. Dissident and Leash especially.
Nice...can I use your extra Pit ticket?
I'm in the lower bowl for Wrigley too!
Pulling - when do you think the fall your will be announced?
Signed me in 1994
Got Reserved Field / Lower Bowl as well. Pretty excited. Judging from the PJ Forum more people lost the lottery than won. Sounds like the 10c did not get as many tickets as expected.
My guess would be March/April or as late as June/July.
I got Ten, Vs., Vitalogy, Merkinball, No Code, Pearl Jam (self titled), and Live at the Gorge
real good stuff
Sounds like Ten Club got the small GA area in front of the stage, and maybe a few thousand tickets scattered in the lower/upper reserved. Just skimming the forum I didn't see anyone posting about having field reserved seats.
So that leaves, 4000 additional field seats plus another... 30000 in the stadium? The "wrigleyville resident" presale will probably be a few thousand at most, but the season ticket holder presale will be huge. I'm guessing a good chunk of those season ticket presales will get dumped back into the secondary market.
The 3 options were:
1. GA pit(very small number)
2. Reserved field/reserved lower (what I hit) wont know what area until day of pickup
3. Upper reserved
PS From being through this a number of times my best guess is that most of the better field seats will be Tenclub along with the closest side seats in the lower deck.
Right here. Ten was the soundtrack album of my senior year at MSU and I've been hooked ever since.
Info for locals in Wrigleyville for their own pre-sale if you are so inclined...I guess you had to be part of some local newsletter or some other douchy shit.
Pearl Jam ticket pre-sale for Wrigleyville residents
For any of you still in need of tickets, public on sale is Sat Feb 9 at 10am central at www.tickets.com
Wrigley seating chart that users of the local Wrigley pre-sale got in on:
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I was there and then followed them to the United Center where I scored second row seats. That's the closest I have ever sat for any concert. Amazing experience.
At Breslin, Ed pulled some kid in a UM jersey up on stage, showed him to the crowd and said something like "well I'm throwing you back to the pack. Good luck."
FYI the United Center show was first, June 29 vs Aug 18 in EL. I was at the United Center show as well(my first PJ show). I won tickets and a bus trip there from 92.1, my friend had to cancel so 1 of the DJs that originally couldn't go was able to. Everyone got wasted on the ride there and upon arrival the DJs took us to some dive Irish bar where we all got bombed. All of the contest winners got upper deck tickets but I was invited to sit with the DJs down on the lower level side stage. I also ended up buying 2 shirts at the show, the first one disappeared aka my drunk ass lost it and I bought a replacement.
Nothing but busy signals and "waiting rooms"...
Edit: My persistence paid off. Just got in and grabbed 4 tickets.
Upper deck, but at least I'm going. May try to sell these and buy some field tickets if prices aren't too crazy.
Double Edit: They are lower deck, 200 level on the first base side. I had just assumed because they were at the $52 price they would be uppers. These aren't bad seats at all, I sat in a similar area for Roger Waters.
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