ryhmy wrote:A word of advice: Go and buy the tickets on the very moment they're up for sale! If it's a very popular gig (such as Black Sabbath reunion concert or something else as legendary) you might wanna camp out in front of the place. You just have to go and buy them. It won't do any good to sit home and think about getting them.
When Iron Maiden (my favourite band since I was 6 yrs old) came to Finland 30.06.2003 I went to the local distributor before they even started selling the tickets. The best part is I told my techer I was going to buy tickets to an Iron Maiden conser and she could either let me do it, or punish me for skipping a lesson. She actually let me do it If I had stayed in school I wouldn't have had a chance: every single ticket was sold out in three (!) hours.
I got the ticket for 52 euros, went to see the gig and watched my favourite song 2 minutes to midnight from the second row, center, in this huge friggin' indoors arena. One of the greatest moments of my life. It's impossible to describe how much that gig meant to me. Iron Maiden has been, is and will always be the band for me
You're teacher is mad! Never thought some teacher's would actually let you do that!... My favourite band since I was a little kid was "The Prodigy"... always has and always will, but Linkin Park will be above all