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post #31 of 69

Hmmm,

Well I know that I have tickets for Transatlantic and Mumford and Sons in Montreal. And that I can go to any show that comes to the Bluesfest, problem is do not find out who is coming till late April. So by rumours this year it could be U2, Iron Maiden/Dream Theater, Lou Reed. But time will tell. And of course what ever music setup for the CanJam meet.


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post #32 of 69
Looking forward to Isis in June.

And I'm mad that Porcupine Tree is skipping LA this year (although they weren't great last time).
post #33 of 69
Catching Immortal in Montreal on the 28th, and seeing Amon Amarth along with Eluveitie on the 14th of next month in Calgary.
post #34 of 69
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Originally Posted by DLeeWebb View Post

I have tickets to see Mark Knopfler at the Tower Theater in Upper Darby, Pa. in early May. I have tickets to see the Dave Matthews Band in Camden, New Jersey on July 1st and U2 with Interpol at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia on July 12th. I was thinking about going to see Sting. I would love to see Massive Attack again. I'm not sure who else might be coming around this summer...


Mark Knopfler was great! In addition to the above, I just got tickets to see Roger Waters "The Wall Live" in November at The Wachovia Center in Philadelphia! Can't wait...

post #35 of 69
Going to see Furthur in Brooklyn and the Mann Theater in Philly.Melody Gardot at the Keswick, hot tuna, xpn fest, Keller Williams, Allman Bros. I'll probably see a few more shows before the summer is out.
post #36 of 69

i guess as an update, im freakin stoked for Tool in St Louis the 26th of june. im also pretty excited to see the Silversun Pickups headlining the 2nd of July in Detroit :D

post #37 of 69

Well the only show I'm looking forward to now is She & Him (and the Swell Season) at the Hollywood Bowl in July. Will be my first time abroad, believe it or not, so I'm thinking good times :)

post #38 of 69

12th of June Opera Rock Show 2010 Miskolc, Hungary!!!!! 

Tarja Turunen with orchestra and choir!!!

post #39 of 69
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Originally Posted by DLeeWebb View Post

I have tickets to see Mark Knopfler at the Tower Theater in Upper Darby, Pa. in early May. I have tickets to see the Dave Matthews Band in Camden, New Jersey on July 1st and U2 with Interpol at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia on July 12th. I was thinking about going to see Sting. I would love to see Massive Attack again. I'm not sure who else might be coming around this summer...


Well, I was planning to see U2 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia on July 12th. Then I received this notification from Ticketmaster...this sucks!

 

 

 We just learned that your upcoming event has been postponed:
        
        U2
        
Lincoln Financial Field
        Monday, July 12 at 7 PM   New date: Still to be announced!
        

        Don’t worry, your original tickets will still be good for the new date.   We know you are excited to see U2, so just sit tight, as soon as the new date is announced, we’ll let you know

 

        Ticketmaster Fan Support

 

Bono Discharged From Munich Hospital Following Surgery

U2 North American Tour Dates Postponed

 

(LOS ANGELES, CA) May 25, 2010 - As announced earlier today, Live Nation has confirmed that the U2 360° North American Tour will be postponed until 2011.

 

U2's Bono has now been discharged from Ludwig Maximilians-University (LMU) Hospital in Munich where he underwent emergency surgery on Friday, following a back injury. In order to fully recover, he is under doctor's orders to start a rehabilitation program and to recuperate for at least eight weeks.

This will necessitate the postponement of 16 shows on the U2 360° Tour from Salt Lake City on June 3rd, through to New Jersey’s Meadowlands Stadium on July 19th.

Dr. Muller Wohlfahrt confirmed, “Bono suffered severe compression of the sciatic nerve.  On review of his MRI scan, I realized there was a serious tear in the ligament and a herniated disc, and that conservative treatment would not suffice. I recommended Bono have emergency spine surgery with Professor Tonn at Munich’s LMU University Hospital on Friday.”

Professor Tonn, who carried out the operation, added, “Bono was referred to me by Dr. Muller Wohlfahrt late last week with a sudden onset disease.  He was already in severe pain with partial paralysis in the lower leg.  The ligament surrounding the disc had an 8mm tear and during surgery we discovered fragments of the disc had traveled into the spinal canal.  This surgery was the only course of treatment for full recovery and to avoid further paralysis.  Bono is now much better, with complete recovery of his motor deficit.  The prognosis is excellent, but to obtain a sustainable result, he must now enter a period of rehabilitation."

Dr. Muller Wohlfahrt continued, "We are treating Bono as we would treat any of our athletes, and while the surgery has gone very well, the coming weeks are crucial for a return to full health.  In the next days, he will start a light rehabilitation program, with increasing intensity over the next 8 weeks.  In our experience, this is the minimum time."

 

U2's manager, Paul McGuinness, was also at the Hospital in Munich and said, "Our biggest and I believe best tour has been interrupted and we’re all devastated.  For a performer who lives to be on stage, this is more than a blow.  He feels robbed of the chance to do what he does best and feels like he has badly let down the band and their audience.  Which is of course nonsense.  His concerns about more than a million ticket buyers whose plans have been turned upside down, we all share, but the most important thing right now is that Bono make a full recovery.  We’re working as fast as we can with Live Nation to reschedule these dates.”

 

U2 tour producer/promoter Arthur Fogel, CEO of Live Nation Global Touring, also expressed, “Although we understand the disappointment to U2 fans, first and foremost comes the recovery of Bono.”

 

Additional details on rescheduled dates will follow shortly and fans are encouraged to hold on to their tickets.


Edited by DLeeWebb - 5/25/10 at 4:40pm
post #40 of 69

I saw Minus the Bear in Pomona last night. Really tight set, especially with all the samples, loops, effects...

 

Just bought tickets for Isis' last ever show in LA next month and Thrice in July. I still need to buy tickets for mewithoutYou in June.

post #41 of 69
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I saw Minus the Bear in Pomona last night. Really tight set, especially with all the samples, loops, effects...


I'm seeing them tomorrow night in SF.

post #42 of 69

 

Dave Matthews Band next Thursday and Laurie Anderson on July 16th...still bummed-out about U2


Edited by DLeeWebb - 6/24/10 at 6:02am
post #43 of 69

I caught The Hold Steady twice on their current tour, they were really top notch!

post #44 of 69

TOOL in 2 Days!!! im pretty excited if you couldnt tell 

post #45 of 69

RUSH July 15th in Quebec City! Playing all of Moving Pictures! I cried when I found out and I am pretty sure I'll be wheeping of joy when I am actually there!

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