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*sees 59 new tweets.* *wipes sweat off forehead*
*has DEEP respect for Tash*
I don't know either! :lol:This!!
I posted as many as I could before I had to leave last night, but I don't know how she keeps up!
don't forget she's usually keeping this updated too
I do happen to have a super fast internet connection!I know the truth about her, like I said on antoher thread...She's actually 8 people on super fast computers,lol.
Cyborgs don't sprain their ankle when they fall down a stairs!that or she's a cyborg
It was nice to meet you!I forgot to say I met the famous and lovely Tash.. !! Who for all your information IS NOT A CYBORG !! ROFL LOL.. just for information haha.. but she is very nice and we spent quite a bit of time together yesterday.. She did get a set list.. I am sure she will be happy to post it at some time when she is back in her own country! But she is going to Monday's gig too.. jealous.. so we will all have to be content with Non-Cyborg like photos for a day or so.
Traveled 22 hours yesterday and made it back home with so many wonderful memories!
I went to the show with my gig buddy LongLiveLife! We met up and arrived at the venue around 12:15 Saturday, finding ourselves 4th in queue. After a long day of standing in the cold wind we made the mad dash into the stadium and across the pitch (quite a scary thing!) and managed to get front row!
It was truly a memorable concert. I agree with those who mention the thrill of hearing "99 Problems" and knowing what's coming up. And then to have Jonny walk up right in front of you and to think "Wow, that's really him!" And then Chris and the rest...there are just no words.
My buddy says they must do a rain dance right before each show but I honestly didn't even realize it was raining until they moved to the X stage and I watched Guy playing with the rain soaking him. And they still gave it 150 percent.
And at the end I managed to score a set list - I promised that I would not tell who the giver was, but it was a wonderful surprise.
So many people have posted pictures vastly superior to mine but I'll share a couple:
Here is a view of the Xylobands from up front. It was gorgeous.
And the moment when Chris ran past and waved at us:
Will hammering away at the Viva bell:
Guy and Will thanking our side of the crowd:
And the final bow:
Souvenirs of an unforgettable experience!