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At what time does the supporting act start - finish and muse come on?

And can you enter the venue after the supporting act is finished?

Just curious because I have no knowledge on gigs :chuckle:

 

Probably an hour after gate opening time and will last around 45 minutes.

 

Yes if you have a ticket you can do what you please.

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Thank you My Hubby and & I are staying in Glasgow the night before so I can queue early enough for a barrier spot right in front of Chris :D

 

Looks like we may be spending an evening together :LOL:

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Well not be queuing really early, I've got Uni for an hour in the morning then need to get the bus from Edinburgh to Glasgow, head for lunch about half 1 then maybe think about queuing :) as long ad I can see te stage at a not too far distance I'm happy :)

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Well not be queuing really early, I've got Uni for an hour in the morning then need to get the bus from Edinburgh to Glasgow, head for lunch about half 1 then maybe think about queuing :) as long ad I can see te stage at a not too far distance I'm happy :)

 

Well there's no point even queuing that early, surely. Go in at a normal time and you can get a good view from my experience - maybe queue about 6 if doors are half 6.

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Can anyone advise what might be a good time to queue if I'm going for barrier?

 

I ask only because Muse fans are often a very dedicated bunch :LOL:

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Can anyone advise what might be a good time to queue if I'm going for barrier?

 

I ask only because Muse fans are often a very dedicated bunch :LOL:

 

I'll probably queue from 12 noon or near enough. BTW any body stayed at Ibis budget in Springfield Quay before?

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Well not be queuing really early, I've got Uni for an hour in the morning then need to get the bus from Edinburgh to Glasgow, head for lunch about half 1 then maybe think about queuing :) as long ad I can see te stage at a not too far distance I'm happy :)

 

someone from edinburgh :awesome:

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I'll probably queue from 12 noon or near enough. BTW any body stayed at Isis budget in Springfield Quay before?

 

Damn, dedication! I wasn't going to get there till about half 4, 5 o'clock.

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Can't wait for this! Anyone going anywhere specific for pre-drinks? Last time I emailed the 'Solid Rock Cafe' and said we where using their venue for pre-gig drinks so they put on a fair amount of muse songs for us which was pretty good! :)

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I think I'm going to McDonalds for a burger and a coke but apart from that, no. Decided I'll lay off the pints so I'm not dehydrated.

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Cannot wait for this gig! Getting a bus from Edinburgh at half 2, then grabbing a bite to eat and a few drinks, before heading to the SECC to Queue. Hoping for a good spot, last time they played there I was on the barrier at Matt's side, aiming to do the same but at Chris' this time round!

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2 days:D. Hopefully leave edinburgh with plenty of time to spare... i have an awful feeling i will be late:LOL:

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Damn, dedication! I wasn't going to get there till about half 4, 5 o'clock.

 

It seems the this Glasgow gig is the least hyped, with London 27th being the most. Don't know why as we've always had good sets up North.

 

Anytime after noon/ late afternoon is a good time to queue, keep it calm peeps.

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It seems the this Glasgow gig is the least hyped, with London 27th being the most. Don't know why as we've always had good sets up North.

 

Anytime after noon/ late afternoon is a good time to queue, keep it calm peeps.

 

I dunno. The resistance tour gig left me feeling -for a muse gig- a wee bit underwhelmed. And as for the T in the park set - was limp, lifeless and phoned in (especially compared with oxegen). Hoping this'll be good though. Have a good feeling for some reason...

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I dunno. The resistance tour gig left me feeling -for a muse gig- a wee bit underwhelmed. And as for the T in the park set - was limp, lifeless and phoned in (especially compared with oxegen). Hoping this'll be good though. Have a good feeling for some reason...

 

Well from what we've seen so far, this will be the best gig in a long time. I've had people saying to me it's the best tour they're ever seen. I've got a feeling the Glasgow gig will have something special in it, seen's as its the first of the UK bunch. Time will tell... EXCITED :D

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Would I be right in saying alot of people will skip the supporting act? Another reason as to be calm of when to queue :)

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Anyone from Edinburgh or the surrounding area going to this? Seems like we have no Musers around here :(

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Has anyone already been to a gig at the SECC? Do they let us put our bags behind the front row barriers..?

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Has anyone already been to a gig at the SECC? Do they let us put our bags behind the front row barriers..?

 

No because there is cloakrooms you pay for so they'll tell you to piss off with your bag and you'll be at the back

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Anyone from Edinburgh or the surrounding area going to this? Seems like we have no Musers around here :(

 

I'm from edinburgh! :D and I agree :(

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I'm from edinburgh! :D and I agree :(

 

I clicked on your twitter link and it turns out i sent you the link for the Q awards this morning:stunned:

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