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    Quote Originally Posted by Godsahibby View Post
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    If you want to go to a gig and appreciate the stone roses go see rh complete stone roses! Still a quality day out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tanfield View Post
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    Absolutely. Could hardly hear them but sing along was good.
    Was standing about halfway back on the pitch and they sounded so quiet... Hampden really is ****, isn't it? I enjoyed yesterday but there were too many factors that contributed to it not being a patch on Glasgow Green or Manchester.

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    This is to wind up Brog 😆

    Saw the wonderful Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes in Amsterdam on Saturday. Followed up with Steve van Zandt last night. Blistering set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yonder1875 View Post
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    Was standing about halfway back on the pitch and they sounded so quiet... Hampden really is ****, isn't it? I enjoyed yesterday but there were too many factors that contributed to it not being a patch on Glasgow Green or Manchester.
    Hampden is a poor venue. Gig finished at half 10, after getting to and waiting a futile 30 mins at Mount Florida we hiked back into town and got back got the hotel at quarter to 1! Thank *&*! I wasn't due to head back to Edinburgh the same night

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    Booked up for Leeds on the Friday to se LG.

    The Sherlocks are playing too but other than that it's a ***** line up - be worth the trip for Liam Gallagher alone though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
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    Booked up for Leeds on the Friday to se LG.

    The Sherlocks are playing too but other than that it's a ***** line up - be worth the trip for Liam Gallagher alone though.
    I'd toyed with a ticket to Leeds for the Friday too, but with the exception of Architects and Breaking Benjamin I didn't find it worth the money.
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    Was standing about halfway back on the pitch and they sounded so quiet... Hampden really is ****, isn't it? I enjoyed yesterday but there were too many factors that contributed to it not being a patch on Glasgow Green or Manchester.
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    Hampden is a poor venue. Gig finished at half 10, after getting to and waiting a futile 30 mins at Mount Florida we hiked back into town and got back got the hotel at quarter to 1! Thank *&*! I wasn't due to head back to Edinburgh the same night
    And I though going to Hampden with Hibs was bad enough. Joke of a stadium not fit for purpose and stewards are hopeless. We had standing tickets but ended up sitting in the stand for half the night. Seemed to me that people could just go where they wanted and we were involved in a massive crush underneath the south stand where the bar and all the porta cabins were. Was very frightening as one line of stewards were pushing the crowd one way and another line of stewards pushing the crowd the other so crowd wash pushing into each other. People were going nuts and a few people had to be seen by paramedics as it was a proper struggle. Lots of people complaining to the stewards and wanting something done about it but were just told to go away or being laughed at. Then there's the bar situation where you gotta queue half an hour for tokens to then have to then have to spend another half hour queuing to get served the drink, thank god they don't serve alcohol at the football. Saw many drunken sights including guys just peeing everywhere (inside the stadium). No idea how women cope with needing the toilet as nowhere near enough for them and seemed to be queing for ages to use the ones that were there. Also what's the script with smoking? How come you can't smoke at the football but are freely allowed to smoke inside the stadium at a gig .
    To top the night off, some wee lassie spewed all over one of our group. Not a pleasant sight but what you gonna do, was a wee girl about 16 who just said sorry and then continued to jump about daft.
    As others have said, getting back into town was a farce. Do they not put on extra buses and trains like they do at the football?

    I've seen some sights going to Hampden with Hibs but Saturday topped them all and doubt I'd ever go back again for a concert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanfield View Post
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    Hampden is a poor venue. Gig finished at half 10, after getting to and waiting a futile 30 mins at Mount Florida we hiked back into town and got back got the hotel at quarter to 1! Thank *&*! I wasn't due to head back to Edinburgh the same night
    Took me 3.5 hours to get back to Portobello after the England game the other week. Horrendous scenes.

    I also recall getting back from a U2 gig at Hampden in 2005 at something mental like 3am due to traffic getting away from Hampden/Glasgow!

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    Going to see Vida & The Rah's at King Tuts on 15th July, looking forward to it.
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    Going to see Vida & The Rah's at King Tuts on 15th July, looking forward to it.
    King Tuts is rapidly becoming my most hated venue in Glasgow.

    Their late-start policy for gigs is brutal, especially for those of us travelling in from out of town.

    Went to see Every Time I Die play there last December, and I left at midnight - their set was only half done.

    I thought it was because something was wrong, but every gig I've fancied going to since then has also been a 'doors at 8:30pm' start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
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    King Tuts is rapidly becoming my most hated venue in Glasgow.

    Their late-start policy for gigs is brutal, especially for those of us travelling in from out of town.

    Went to see Every Time I Die play there last December, and I left at midnight - their set was only half done.

    I thought it was because something was wrong, but every gig I've fancied going to since then has also been a 'doors at 8:30pm' start.
    Bit worried by this as going to see Employed to Serve there on a Sunday night in a few weeks...hello brutally expensive taxi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis Toboggan View Post
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    Bit worried by this as going to see Employed to Serve there on a Sunday night in a few weeks...hello brutally expensive taxi
    If you're able, and don't mind not drinking, I'd drive through. Parking is pretty easy to get on a Sunday night around Bath Street, St Vincent Street or in Blythswood Square.

    If it's the Milk Teeth gig, doors open at 8:00pm and there are two support acts in Employed to Serve and Wallflower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
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    If you're able, and don't mind not drinking, I'd drive through. Parking is pretty easy to get on a Sunday night around Bath Street, St Vincent Street or in Blythswood Square.

    If it's the Milk Teeth gig, doors open at 8:00pm and there are two support acts in Employed to Serve and Wallflower.
    Aye that's the one. Not much of a milk teeth fan so as long as ETS are done by 11 all will be well.
    Not drinking probably not an option for this as anticipate it will be fairly mental.

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    Watching the highlights of TRNSMT this totally passes me by had no idea it was on but Kasabian are unreal. Love watching them live

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godsahibby View Post
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    Watching the highlights of TRNSMT this totally passes me by had no idea it was on but Kasabian are unreal. Love watching them live
    Was there yesterday and loved Radiohead. Watching Kasabian at the moment on tv and they're different class.
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