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About tjmoore

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    Mountain Biker, Exiled Devonian.
    I'm not dead and the name's not Kenny (it's Tim) :)
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  • Muse Concerts Attended / Attending
    Wembley Arena Nov 21st 2006
    Wembley Stadium 16th June 2007
    Royal Albert Hall 12th April 2008
    Teignmouth 4th Sept 2009
    Teignmouth 5th Sept 2009
    O2 Arena 12th Nov 2009
    Wembley Stadium 11th Sep 2010
    Emirates Stadium 25th May 2013
    London Stadium 1st June 2019
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  1. Ticketmaster advice: https://media.ticketmaster.co.uk/tm/en-gb/img/static/pdf/muse/Muse-Event-Reminder-Email.pdf Including walking map: https://www.london-stadium.com/sites/londonstadium.com/files/media/map-02-walking-bridges_0.pdf and general on getting there: https://www.london-stadium.com/plan-your-visit/gettinghere Tube/trains are generally a bit of a walk, though Stratford isn't the only option but probably the main one and the one they'll likely push people towards. TfL journey planner factors in walking reasonably well, I've tried others and end up with little options getting home as they assume you're not going to walk 20 mins. https://tfl.gov.uk/ Also, Ticketmaster still selling tickets.
  2. Searched on those and can find discussion but no actual announcement. Anyway, the other question remains about timings, though main concern for me is when it ends and how long it will take to get out. Trains to catch and all that.
  3. Was surprised at the amount of people smoking. My clothes after smelt like they used to when people were allowed to smoke in pubs, yet I wasn't that close to them. Loads of pot too, but that smells good Anyway, good gig. Not convinced on the acoustics, but it's a stadium. Fun stuff though as always, and always a great spectacle.
  4. Happy Towel Day by the way! . For those who understand, maybe bring a towel along to wear ╱╱╱╱┳╮╭╮┳╮┃┏┳┓╱╱╱ ╱╱╱╱┃┃┃┃┃┃╱╱┃╱╱╱╱ ╱╱╱╱┻╯╰╯┛┗╱╱┻╱╱╱╱ ╱╱╱╱┳╮╭╮┳╮┳╭┓╱╱╱╱ ╱╱╱╱┣╯┣┫┃┃┃┃╱╱╱╱╱ ╱╱╱╱┻╱┛┛┛┛┻╰┛╱╱╱╱
  5. So... Booze. Being a stadium, are we getting beer or is it soft drinks only? Though understanding it will be £5 a pint of warm piss in plastic even if they do serve beer.
  6. They won't last long on YouTube. Warner will get them deleted. Even low quality crappy fan shot stuff. But odd which ones they choose to delete. Some do, some don't.
  7. Given the massive booking fee and big delivery charge on top(!), and the already high ticket price, I'm assuming they'll be gold plated and a special courier will be sent to the house and hand them over on a silver plate.
  8. Credit/debit cards have end dates, aka expiry dates. Some have start or valid from dates Enter whatever you've got in the relevant boxes.
  9. It's the legit official Muse ticket source, and yes it mentions CrowdSurge on the confirmation page. Just checked and there's a frame inside the main HTML which is the payment form and the frame itself is indeed properly encrypted. Could have made it more reassuring, but yes it's encrypted.
  10. Whatever the band and/or BBC's reasons, I can see there's an element of doing something special for the fans who are actually there. If they never release this on DVD or whatever format in the future then they have a rare experience to go back on. Just a shame I didn't go myself. Doesn't help that I hate Reading (not specifically the festival, but never been attracted by it anyway).
  11. Some of the compacts with 10 to 12x optical zoom are pretty amazing now. Lumix range for example which I see a lot use for gigs, though also for their HD video capability. Sadly my 5x zoom Nikon from half way back just didn't cut it. Will check through later and see if any are worth posting. Probably just alien balloon. Slightly annoyed that the position I got was great for the stage but the beer tent & rig blocked the view of the floating platform. Should have planned that better but I wasn't up for fighting for a good standing spot and have to stand through 3 support, and then get shoved around. By the way, those uploading to YouTube, has anyone had theirs removed by Warner yet (or previously)? I'm up to my limit as I've had 3 strikes against me already with claims from Warner and one more and I get banned. Yet I see tonnes of Muse stuff on there! They hit all my Teignmouth vids but left all the rest alone also. All the more odd as Teignmouth is the one really that they have no claim over being outdoor, public space and no mention of camera/video bans on the tickets.
  12. The impressive thing is getting the camera in Though it doesn't always work out and cameras can be confiscated Do wish I could get mine in, but then again I miss the show if I'm just snapping away. Kind of thankful I had my crummy compact that was a bit rubbish for Wembley as I put it away for a lot of the time.
  13. Classic hits I mean which is what the setlist moaners seem to want. What they're actually playing is mostly new stuff, not a load of classic hits. And they're not playing what new fans want at all. They're playing most of The Resistance and I'm sure most are only interested in a few of those, plus those off BHAR. No, Muse are plugging the album for commercial and artistic reasons. If they were playing what either new or old fans wanted the setlist would be very different. Whatever, it would never keep people happy except the majority of us who don't give a crap other than to have a damn good night out, see a band we love, and don't care if they play old or new stuff, and whether the guy/girl next to them is a "true" fan or any of that crap. Just play what the fans want all the time and you have no creativity, freshness, and become a stale band no better than tribute bands. I say let them play what the hell they like. If you like it you like it, if you don't you don't. It's their band.
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