Will Milan be the biggest PJ show in Europe of all time?

jumbojetjumbojet Posts: 1,311
edited December 2013 in The Porch
Or someone will say Pinkpop? :lol: :lol:

Any comments?
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  • No, probably not.
    blah blah blah, signatures, dates showing my insignificance, blah blah.
  • PillowPantsPillowPants Posts: 4,503
    no
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  • tino_11tino_11 Posts: 186
    Damn I hope so!!!! :mrgreen:
  • It depends on the stage setup.

    Conceivably, there can be well over 80,000 people in that stadium with GA.

    I predict a North/South End setup with 55,000 in attendance.

    I'm so happy I got GA tickets for that show and Trieste. Italia Summer 2014!
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  • jumbojetjumbojet Posts: 1,311
    ScReaMing LunGs" said:
    It depends on the stage setup.

    Conceivably, there can be well over 80,000 people in that stadium with GA.

    I predict a North/South End setup with 55,000 in attendance.

    I'm so happy I got GA tickets for that show and Trieste. Italia Summer 2014!
    That's the spirit. :D :D :thumbup:
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  • Outside festivals it must be one the biggest shows they´ve played.

    I can´t think of any venue (other than Milton Keynes this summer too), thay´ve played in here in Europe, that holds such a massive crowd.
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  • Just saying it now...I got tickets so it will rain at the Milan show.

    I'm the guy who brought the rain to PJ20 and Wrigley :D
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  • hensodhensod Posts: 182
    Chrysophylax" said:
    Outside festivals it must be one the biggest shows they´ve played.

    I can´t think of any venue (other than Milton Keynes this summer too), thay´ve played in here in Europe, that holds such a massive crowd.
    I might be wrong but this mk stadium is it the one with a capacity of 30.500 seated??
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  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 122,853
    biggest??like Shaquille O'Neal big?
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  • RideRickRideRick Posts: 523
    Amsterdam I + II will be epic again i'm guessing 8-)
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  • Hyde Park was massive - if that counts as it was not a solo show?
  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 122,853
    RideRick" said:
    Amsterdam I + II will be epic again i'm guessing 8-)
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  • chimechime Posts: 7,792
    hensod" said:
    [quote="Chrysophylax"]Outside festivals it must be one the biggest shows they´ve played.

    I can´t think of any venue (other than Milton Keynes this summer too), thay´ve played in here in Europe, that holds such a massive crowd.
    I might be wrong but this mk stadium is it the one with a capacity of 30.500 seated??[/quote]

    Milton Keynes Bowl is all standing with a capacity of 65000 I think you may be confused with the football stadium??

    Pearl Jam are playing the bowl which is only used for music concerts.
    So are we strangers now? Like rock and roll and the radio?
  • IM243403IM243403 Ireland Posts: 7
    edited December 2013
    anyone know how the GA 10c tix will work for Milan?? will it be a pit section at the front of the stage or what?? :shock:

    http://www.ticketone.it/biglietti-pearl ... =erdetaila

    Ticketone Italy shows a tiny we box in front of the stage as "Inner Circle"!!!
    Post edited by IM243403 on
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  • hensodhensod Posts: 182
    chime" said:
    [quote="hensod"][quote="Chrysophylax"]Outside festivals it must be one the biggest shows they´ve played.

    I can´t think of any venue (other than Milton Keynes this summer too), thay´ve played in here in Europe, that holds such a massive crowd.
    I might be wrong but this mk stadium is it the one with a capacity of 30.500 seated??[/quote]

    Milton Keynes Bowl is all standing with a capacity of 65000 I think you may be confused with the football stadium??

    Pearl Jam are playing the bowl which is only used for music concerts.[/quote]

    Then Im with you :fp:
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  • jumbojetjumbojet Posts: 1,311
    DOnt want to raise expectations so high and make a Wrigley out of this but

    did you just see that this show is almost sold out? In one day?

    Fuck yeah...
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  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 122,853
    jumbojet" said:
    DOnt want to raise expectations so high and make a Wrigley out of this but

    did you just see that this show is almost sold out? In one day?

    Fuck yeah...
    fuck yeah.,.
    and i post this at facebook

    more or less same set up will be for pj..

    4:30

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jP0bzWXihdA

    imagine Animal-do the evo,why go ,release -alive -keep on rockin - porch-black-sirens- with this fuckin crowd...\\

    fuck me...
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  • jumbojetjumbojet Posts: 1,311
    dimitrispearljam" said:
    [quote="jumbojet"]DOnt want to raise expectations so high and make a Wrigley out of this but

    did you just see that this show is almost sold out? In one day?

    Fuck yeah...
    fuck yeah.,.
    and i post this at facebook

    more or less same set up will be for pj..

    4:30

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jP0bzWXihdA

    imagine Animal-do the evo,why go ,release -alive -keep on rockin - porch-black-sirens- with this fuckin crowd...\\

    fuck me...[/quote]

    DM is all good but you need something rocking when you are on a live show. :lol: :lol:

    PJ @ San Siro will be epic of the epic.
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  • neddie vedderneddie vedder 93 million miles from the sunPosts: 30
    Milton Keynes would be the biggest in Europe they have played as their own show, but I'm doubting if it will sell out, still, having said that..there will be a huge crowd watching the last night of the tour so it's gonna be a blast whatever happens, just hoping our 10c tickets will be given wristbands too for the inner pit like it was when the Foos played there, it's a great venue to watch bands despite all the negative posts you may have seen.
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  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 122,853
    neddie vedder" said:
    Milton Keynes would be the biggest in Europe they have played as their own show, but I'm doubting if it will sell out, still, having said that..there will be a huge crowd watching the last night of the tour so it's gonna be a blast whatever happens, just hoping our 10c tickets will be given wristbands too for the inner pit like it was when the Foos played there, it's a great venue to watch bands despite all the negative posts you may have seen.
    no way to sell this venue..
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  • titchinellotitchinello Posts: 3,118
    edited December 2013
    dimitrispearljam" said:
    [quote="neddie vedder"]Milton Keynes would be the biggest in Europe they have played as their own show, but I'm doubting if it will sell out, still, having said that..there will be a huge crowd watching the last night of the tour so it's gonna be a blast whatever happens, just hoping our 10c tickets will be given wristbands too for the inner pit like it was when the Foos played there, it's a great venue to watch bands despite all the negative posts you may have seen.
    no way to sell this venue..[/quote]

    maybe, maybe not, depends on what bands they bring with them. once thats announced, might sell more tickets to the nearly belivers
    Post edited by titchinello on
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  • neddie vedderneddie vedder 93 million miles from the sunPosts: 30
    titchinello" said:
    [quote="dimitrispearljam"][quote="neddie vedder"]Milton Keynes would be the biggest in Europe they have played as their own show, but I'm doubting if it will sell out, still, having said that..there will be a huge crowd watching the last night of the tour so it's gonna be a blast whatever happens, just hoping our 10c tickets will be given wristbands too for the inner pit like it was when the Foos played there, it's a great venue to watch bands despite all the negative posts you may have seen.
    no way to sell this venue..[/quote]

    maybe, maybe not, depends on what band they bring with them. once thats announced, might sell more tickets to the nearly belivers[/quote]


    Even if don't sell out, even if it's 10 maybe 15 thousand down on capacity...it's still gonna be at least 40 or 50,000 PJ fans having one almighty piss up on the last night of the tour....personally I can't fookin wait :P
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  • FaezaMFaezaM Posts: 147
    I think it's sure gonna feel that way!

    - 3rd show of the leg
    - Practically SOLD OUT already!
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  • JWPearlJWPearl Posts: 1,356
    NO
  • brolocobroloco Posts: 1,079
    How do we know the Milan show is almost sold out?

    Also I'm confused..is the Milton venue bigger than the Milan venue?
    Is Milan the biggest non-field venue them maybe?
    Either way sounds awesome!
  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 122,853
    broloco" said:
    How do we know the Milan show is almost sold out?

    Also I'm confused..is the Milton venue bigger than the Milan venue?
    Is Milan the biggest non-field venue them maybe?
    Either way sounds awesome!
    there are a few hundrend tix lext at the last up 3rd level..we are talking for a venue 55-65k tix
    and less than 24 hours of presale only those left
    milton may is bigger,but here at san siro we are talking for one of 3 most historical stadium of europe,along with wembley and Santiago Bernabéu at Madrid..
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  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 122,853
    titchinello" said:
    [quote="dimitrispearljam"][quote="neddie vedder"]Milton Keynes would be the biggest in Europe they have played as their own show, but I'm doubting if it will sell out, still, having said that..there will be a huge crowd watching the last night of the tour so it's gonna be a blast whatever happens, just hoping our 10c tickets will be given wristbands too for the inner pit like it was when the Foos played there, it's a great venue to watch bands despite all the negative posts you may have seen.
    no way to sell this venue..[/quote]

    maybe, maybe not, depends on what bands they bring with them. once thats announced, might sell more tickets to the nearly belivers[/quote]
    exactly this.san siro is almost sold out in one day with no other bands,with minimum setup for 55k tickets
    its just wow,if u think it
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  • KathiKathi Posts: 1,800
    neddie vedder" said:
    Milton Keynes would be the biggest in Europe they have played as their own show, but I'm doubting if it will sell out, still, having said that..there will be a huge crowd watching the last night of the tour so it's gonna be a blast whatever happens, just hoping our 10c tickets will be given wristbands too for the inner pit like it was when the Foos played there, it's a great venue to watch bands despite all the negative posts you may have seen.
    I really like Milton Keynes too, was at both Foo shows there...those sold out almost instantly, but the demand was much bigger, first UK shows in 3 years, they are HUGE there, and other bands that lots of people like. However, the atmosphere there was absolutely amazing, I love those gigs.
    I think they overestimated their popularity with those stadiums...Stockholm is another 65,000 people venue, and not even GA is sold out, same for Oslo. San siro works cause apparently it's this mythical place for football fans :lol: but the rest were not wise decisions, especially in markets they just played in last tour. Also, Foo tickets for Milton Keynes were like 60€, while PJ are more like 90.
  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 122,853
    Kathi" said:
    [quote="neddie vedder"]Milton Keynes would be the biggest in Europe they have played as their own show, but I'm doubting if it will sell out, still, having said that..there will be a huge crowd watching the last night of the tour so it's gonna be a blast whatever happens, just hoping our 10c tickets will be given wristbands too for the inner pit like it was when the Foos played there, it's a great venue to watch bands despite all the negative posts you may have seen.
    I really like Milton Keynes too, was at both Foo shows there...those sold out almost instantly, but the demand was much bigger, first UK shows in 3 years, they are HUGE there, and other bands that lots of people like. However, the atmosphere there was absolutely amazing, I love those gigs.
    I think they overestimated their popularity with those stadiums...Stockholm is another 65,000 people venue, and not even GA is sold out, same for Oslo. San siro works cause apparently it's this mythical place for football fans :lol: but the rest were not wise decisions, especially in markets they just played in last tour. Also, Foo tickets for Milton Keynes were like 60€, while PJ are more like 90.[/quote]
    dont compare scandinavia with south europe.
    those is the north come ro greece in the summer for sun and sex.. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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