The suspense is killing me.....
so are you guys part of the crowd that saves spots in the line outside the venue...pissing off all the poor souls who waited since morning or noon, who are forced back to 2nd and 3rd row because they aren't in with the one person in the line, up front, holding a space for ten people. I have a theory this group of front row peeps, who rudely get in line close to last minute, started here on the boards.
If anyone on here is doing that...stop it...it's simply not right. A lot of pissed off people at Hammerstein. selfish selfish.
so are you guys part of the crowd that saves spots in the line outside the venue
its awfully rude to assume such things. TO be honest most of us are so far spread apart in the US that theres no way any of us could hold a place for ten people. maybe two, tops! Geez! Get there earlier in front of the placeholders hahaha ;P
just be thankful you can park anywhere you want and that you can walk and go into any venue; its not always so for my wheelchair using husband. we often don't get good seats anywhere when we do though its a treasure.
oooh i envy you! I wish i was a little bit taller, i wish i was a baller...
Not to hijack the thread etc, but I agree with Wink Wink. I stood in line for 8 hours on Tuesday and Sunday and was about 12th in line both days which very well should have secured me a spot on the rail, but it did not. I got over it and still enjoyed the show of course but it just seems silly when you think about it. 2 people in line holding the place of 15 other people??? 1 or 2, I can understand. But when a big group appears at the very front of the line about 30 minutes before doors, what the hell are people supposed to think when they have been waiting in line all damn day and they get screwed out of a front row spot that they earned by being in the line all day?
Just because you have a lot of friends doesn’t mean you should abuse anything. It is a privilege to see Moz especially from the front row. It isn't a right. And you are certainly not entitled to such a privilege because you have the right friend with these queue tactics.
Also I feel that the staff handled things foolishly on a number of days. The stampede that ensued on Tuesday only benefited me because I ran for dear life to the barrier, in hopes that my 8 hours of waiting hadn’t gone in vain. I was one of the lucky ones. Others were not so lucky.
All in all the whole queuing experience allowed me to make some really nice friends, and also disappointed me so about the depletion of common courtesy and ethics of people today.