Journal #7297

Posted 9 years ago2011-06-27 02:38:56 UTC
Luke LukeLuke
So there was a U2 concert in town. Something like 90,000 people went at over 95 dollars a ticket.

I got drunk and snuck in with two of my friends. We sat in the front row of the lower bowl.

I saved like 300 dollars and had a hilarious time.


Commented 9 years ago2011-06-27 03:28:03 UTC Comment #40074
So how exactly did you get in?
Commented 9 years ago2011-06-27 04:18:48 UTC Comment #40068
There are 2 tried and tested methods.

1) Sweet-talk a member of security. Batter your eyelashes and show a bit of cleavage. They tend to turn a blind eye.

2) Be let in through a toilet window by a member of the band (usually the drummer.)

I suspect 2 was used in this case.
Commented 9 years ago2011-06-27 04:36:22 UTC Comment #40072
i wouldnt say U2s drummer would do that. maybe their bass player instead...

annnngel of harrrrlem !
Commented 9 years ago2011-06-27 06:35:14 UTC Comment #40073
Epic awesome! Props on snekering in! =)
Commented 9 years ago2011-06-27 08:37:40 UTC Comment #40067
Number two is too classy for me.

I just walked in through an unguarded exit and found a front row seat.
Commented 9 years ago2011-06-27 13:43:15 UTC Comment #40076
I remember when I went to see Whose Live Anways with Ryan Stiles, Chip Estin, Greg Proops, and Jeff Davis. After the show was a private party which costed $100 extra. There, you actually got to meet them and shake their hands. We saw an elevator at the top during the show, so we snuck in through it.
Commented 9 years ago2011-06-27 14:25:51 UTC Comment #40069
lol win luke
Commented 9 years ago2011-06-27 15:00:38 UTC Comment #40071
Hahah, props indeed.
Commented 9 years ago2011-06-28 04:42:00 UTC Comment #40075
Lucky. They don't leave unguarded exits when I go to concerts. If I want to get in, I can set up my camera in the most bulky way possible and stroll right in as if I own the place. Works most of the time.
Commented 9 years ago2011-06-28 15:33:20 UTC Comment #40070
Haha! That's clever Stu

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