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Reply #30 posted 12/02/12 12:28am

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soulyacolia said:

Burnley Miners club !! I'd even buy him a bene and hot!!!! yes sir !!



Ha ha, You sounded so like Howard Moon with that 'Yes Sir!' Soulyacolia! lol
Love me some Julian Barrett, Yes Sir! wink
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Reply #31 posted 12/02/12 1:38am

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Omnisport Arena, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands! razz

You only tell us now about this venue?!

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Reply #32 posted 12/02/12 2:21pm

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the threads is supposed to be CLASSIC venues, not just ones that would be more than suitable for him

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Reply #33 posted 12/02/12 2:34pm

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3 Savile Row, London.

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Reply #34 posted 12/02/12 4:05pm

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Nyayo National Stadium, Nairobi, Kenya

Has he played anywhere in Africa? For somebody who seems to believe in black pride (at least sometimes), he sure has shunned the continent.
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Reply #35 posted 12/02/12 4:57pm

CocoRock

The Apollo Theater - Harlem, NY
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Reply #36 posted 12/03/12 6:03am

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The Apollo Theater - Harlem, NY

played there in 1993

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Reply #37 posted 12/03/12 8:16am

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Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, USA.


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Reply #38 posted 12/04/12 7:18am

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One of the most historic and beautiful outdoor amphitheaters in the world...

RED ROCKS!!!
www.redrocksonline.com


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Reply #39 posted 12/04/12 9:15am

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What city/country is this Red Rocks in/near?

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Reply #40 posted 12/04/12 10:30am

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luvsexy4all said:

carnegie hall

brooklyn academy of music

blue note

even though he hasn't actually played at BAM they did have the Billboards ballet there to his music.

When eye go 2 a Prince concert or related event it's all heart up in the house but when eye log onto this site and the miasma of bitchiness is completely overwhelming!
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Reply #41 posted 12/04/12 12:34pm

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What city/country is this Red Rocks in/near?

The Mile High City of Denver, Colorado

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Reply #42 posted 12/04/12 3:19pm

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2020 said:

One of the most historic and beautiful outdoor amphitheaters in the world... RED ROCKS!!! www.redrocksonline.com [img:$uid]http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/5120/970/1600/dmb%20redrocks.jpg[/img:$uid] [Edited 12/4/12 7:22am]

excellent choice!

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Reply #43 posted 12/04/12 11:23pm

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udo said:

serpan99 said:

Omnisport Arena, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands! razz

You only tell us now about this venue?!

Has been a well kept secret 4 a long time but there's something special about that venue. So yes I wish 4 a concert there...mayb I'll even buy a ticket then razz

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Reply #44 posted 12/05/12 4:08am

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serpan99 said:

udo said:

You only tell us now about this venue?!

Has been a well kept secret 4 a long time but there's something special about that venue. So yes I wish 4 a concert there...mayb I'll even buy a ticket then razz

Has there been any concerts in there? I heard the owners saying it would be great for concerts, but that is the story being told at every sports arenea being build.

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Reply #45 posted 12/05/12 6:01am

calidope

L'Olympia, Paris

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Reply #46 posted 12/07/12 11:42am

Nebula2020

Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK.

My home City.

Bruce Springsteen playing there next year.

http://www.ricoharena.com/

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Reply #47 posted 12/08/12 11:48pm

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serpan99 said:

Has been a well kept secret 4 a long time but there's something special about that venue.

What is the special stuff?

Atmosphere?

Architecture?

Layout?

Acoustics?

Or?


Please explain...!

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Reply #48 posted 12/09/12 12:20am

philmoreliz

Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco. The best acoustics ever.
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Reply #49 posted 12/09/12 3:30am

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Ziggodome, Amsterdam.

Have a look at 'The W2A: Euro Tour Song Survey' http://prince.org/msg/12/362417
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Reply #50 posted 12/09/12 5:33am

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Trashcat said:

Ziggodome, Amsterdam.

Rotterdam's Ahoy will yield us twice the amount of shows.

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Reply #51 posted 12/09/12 7:43am

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Ceasers Palace Las Vegas!
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Reply #52 posted 12/09/12 9:01am

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chocolate1 said:

Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, USA.

...and NJPAC in Newark, NJ, USA.


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Reply #53 posted 12/09/12 9:04am

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udo said:

Trashcat said:

Ziggodome, Amsterdam.

Rotterdam's Ahoy will yield us twice the amount of shows.

Why?

Have a look at 'The W2A: Euro Tour Song Survey' http://prince.org/msg/12/362417
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Reply #54 posted 12/09/12 1:58pm

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100% the Sydney Opera House.

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Reply #55 posted 12/09/12 11:22pm

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Trashcat said:

udo said:

Rotterdam's Ahoy will yield us twice the amount of shows.

Why?

Compare the venue sizes.

Ahoy he has played a few times, ziggo he hasn't but is not yet classic...

So what will he do? Quick money is ziggo.

Work out? Ahoy!

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Reply #56 posted 12/10/12 2:55pm

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udo said:

Trashcat said:

Why?

Compare the venue sizes.

Ahoy he has played a few times, ziggo he hasn't but is not yet classic...

So what will he do? Quick money is ziggo.

Work out? Ahoy!

Ziggo it will be then.

aspecially if livenation arranges everything. Mojo has invested in the dome.....

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Reply #57 posted 12/11/12 6:01am

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remko said:

udo said:

Compare the venue sizes.

Ahoy he has played a few times, ziggo he hasn't but is not yet classic...

So what will he do? Quick money is ziggo.

Work out? Ahoy!

Ziggo it will be then.

aspecially if livenation arranges everything. Mojo has invested in the dome.....

Ziggo is attractive as a new venue to try (same venue siza as Ahoy).

And to be honest, the acoustics in the Ziggo Dome are better then Ahoy's (Sting, Jason Mraz, Muse (19-12)).

But the biggest point will be that playing in Amsterdam sounds more appealing for a tour schedule then Rotterdam for most artist.

Obvious the concert promotor indeed has a preference for the new built Ziggodome.

Have a look at 'The W2A: Euro Tour Song Survey' http://prince.org/msg/12/362417
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Reply #58 posted 12/11/12 10:16pm

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Trashcat said:

remko said:

Ziggo it will be then.

aspecially if livenation arranges everything. Mojo has invested in the dome.....

Ziggo is attractive as a new venue to try (same venue siza as Ahoy).

And to be honest, the acoustics in the Ziggo Dome are better then Ahoy's (Sting, Jason Mraz, Muse (19-12)).

But the biggest point will be that playing in Amsterdam sounds more appealing for a tour schedule then Rotterdam for most artist.

Obvious the concert promotor indeed has a preference for the new built Ziggodome.

Isn't the Ziggo dome bigger than ahoy?

I see 17.000 mentioned.

This would generate a bigger heap of cash per night for mr Prince but a tad less intimacy.

Amsterdam as a city is overhyped. The city has destroyed attractiveness for visitors due to the outrageous parking fees.

I do hope a lot has changed since 2007 when I was at the Arena for George Michael. The atmosphere around there (HMH et al) was not so appealing to me.

Ahoy is also just a lump of concrete but has a bit more going on. smile

Pills and thrills and daffodils will kill... If you don't believe me or don't get it, I don't have time to try to convince you, sorry.
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Reply #59 posted 12/13/12 1:49pm

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udo said:

Trashcat said:

Ziggo is attractive as a new venue to try (same venue siza as Ahoy).

And to be honest, the acoustics in the Ziggo Dome are better then Ahoy's (Sting, Jason Mraz, Muse (19-12)).

But the biggest point will be that playing in Amsterdam sounds more appealing for a tour schedule then Rotterdam for most artist.

Obvious the concert promotor indeed has a preference for the new built Ziggodome.

Isn't the Ziggo dome bigger than ahoy?

I see 17.000 mentioned.

This would generate a bigger heap of cash per night for mr Prince but a tad less intimacy.

Amsterdam as a city is overhyped. The city has destroyed attractiveness for visitors due to the outrageous parking fees.

I do hope a lot has changed since 2007 when I was at the Arena for George Michael. The atmosphere around there (HMH et al) was not so appealing to me.

Ahoy is also just a lump of concrete but has a bit more going on. smile

15.000 vs. 17.000, that's a difference I have to admit. So more money indeed.

On the other side could a multiple night even in Rotterdam be more appealing.

Playing 3x15.000 of 2x17.000 people.

Amsterdam is horrible by car indeed. But the parking around the Ziggodome is good smile, and most tourist don't come their by car.

If traveling from the south (as I do), using the Public Transport from Breukelen or Abcoude is a good advice. No Parking fee and 15minutes by train smile

Rotterdam Ahoy has quit some history, but I'm very impressed by the Ziggodome as venue biggrin.

Have a look at 'The W2A: Euro Tour Song Survey' http://prince.org/msg/12/362417
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