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  1. LOL Perfect They can open their next show with the original Hawaii-Five-O theme.
  2. It's unreasonable to expect people on the floor to sit. JMO I do not consider that to be the case in the stands however. Last tour in we had three drunk people in front of us standing, and not such that you could move to a spot and look around them, but flailing their arms, moving all around, interchanging seats with their sitting buddies at times, it made the concert for me and my family unpleasant and difficult to watch in peace. They literally, single-handedly, had a good chunk of the section behind them standing whenever they decided to stand, when otherwise <I>everyone</I> sat down. I think that it's unreasonable for people in the front rows of the upper sections to stand and expect everyone else to do the same. The floor is different for several reasons, one that you stated, people pay money and the expectation is to stand, even for me, but also because it's not elevated seating, so it makes more sense. Quite frankly, I'd be in favor of simply open floor space w/o seats on the floor. They could sell some more tix too. Everyone stands all the time, so the seats just get in the way.
  3. Xanadu Anthem All their instrumentals Marathon Chain Lightning I'm not sure that Geddy's capable of doing justice to many songs anymore tho since he can't hit the high notes. So songs like Anthem might be difficult or a problem.
  4. No, not a chance! Row 1 of section 303 in Bristow, VA for a pretty reasonable price. Taking the family of five including myself.
  5. LOL Indeed, I've been thinking the same thing. It sure is appropriate. Hope they do.
  6. Great point on the earplugs. The sound definitely is improved. Musician's earplugs even better but they cost more.
  7. I'm kind of under the impression that this tour isn't going to be as long as CAs. Maybe I'm off. If so, I hope they do Baltimore again, the accoustics were great there last time. I think that Bristow is pretty much sold out though except for some back corners and lawn.
  8. Lawn has its advantages as well. Get there early and you get front seats lawn. Always nice. Nothing blocking the view.
  9. LOL at the character, but you're spot on on that! Same here, We got good center first-row tix further back, I'm not filming, I'm not standing, I'm bringing binoculars, and I'm just going to take in the entire show. Anyone having tix will be rewarded wtih a fantastic evening! The band said that they want to so something special for the fans too, so who knows, maybe it'll be a giveway for everyone or something special. Shit, I'd take a free bottle-opener and put it on my keychain for the rest of my life, which may not be that much longer, LOL.
  10. Oh yeah, that's the other thing, which is what I considered for my family and my two girls who are 7 and 10, the further back you are the better perspective you'll have of the entire show. Is your son more enamored with seeing the boys up close, or getting to see the entire show, which might be their best ever, from further back? What if, for example, you could get front row seats in section 120 for that one, it'd be off the floor with no one in the way and dead on front view that might be second to none for the big picture. Just some thoughts.
  11. I'll disagree with this, he'll love that part of it. At 4'9" he'd probably be fine, just realize you guys will be standing the entire time, and for a Rush show, that will likely feature a half-time where you'll likely be using to hit the heads and get a drink or whatever, i.e. still standing/walking, it could be 3 hours on your feet or close to it. Make sure he's up for it. Secondly, whatever you do think this thru and don't sell your tix prematurely. I realize you're not trying to make money, but I'll be a babboon if you'll have to sell them at a loss. Take your time, they're only going to increase in value if you ask me. Have you thought about, given the circumstances, trying to get row 1 or two right up front center for the tix you do have? Otherwise, those 3rd row tix sound pretty good and he'll be fine behind only two rows of people. Whatever you do, you've got a couple of months, think things thru and consider all of your options. Believe me, you'll have no trouble getting what you paid for either set unless you got them from resellers to begin with.
  12. Right, it's a corrupt industry. The fans are the last people considered.
  13. Shit, for $3,100/pp I expect them to treat me to dinner, play in my living room, and have one of their lackeys give me a foot massage during the performance.
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