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NOBLESVILLE Pre-Party, Fundraisers & Post-Party!!!

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  • 2003Tar Heel PJ Fan2003Tar Heel PJ Fan Charlotte, NCPosts: 54
    Myself and my boy Mike are heading over to the show from Columbus, we are staying at the Hampton Inn in Fishers. To those who live in the area, how hard would it be to get a post-show taxi ride from the venue to Fishers ? It's only seven miles away, looks like a couple exits down I-69. How plentiful are cabs after shows ? I wonder if the hotel offers shuttles close to the venue. I'll have to check.

    We will definetely swing by the 10 club pre-party !
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  • Hubmann2513Hubmann2513 Posts: 237
    I will be there! This will be my 2nd PJ show! So excited.
  • IAmMyselfIAmMyself Posts: 660
    Myself and my boy Mike are heading over to the show from Columbus, we are staying at the Hampton Inn in Fishers. To those who live in the area, how hard would it be to get a post-show taxi ride from the venue to Fishers ? It's only seven miles away, looks like a couple exits down I-69. How plentiful are cabs after shows ? I wonder if the hotel offers shuttles close to the venue. I'll have to check.

    We will definetely swing by the 10 club pre-party !

    Cabs not that plentiful after the show, usually only show up for pre-arranged rides. I would try the hotel shuttle, because getting out of the place is a bit of a bottleneck and I would hate to see you spend $50 on a cab just to get out of the parking lot. good luck!
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  • restlesssoulrestlesssoul Posts: 6,896
    damn you guys! the attendance list is amazing....way to go...
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  • milarsomilarso Posts: 1,280
    My girlfriend and I are going to be there!
    All the way from Detroit!
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  • CosmoCramerCosmoCramer Patoka Lake is where I should be.Posts: 511
    edited March 2010
    My wife and I will be there, this will be her first PJ show.
    Post edited by CosmoCramer on
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  • shadowcastshadowcast Posts: 2,131
    Count me in and at least 5 others that r not on this board.

    PS- Where's Foxymop?
  • ECMECM Posts: 1,687
    shadowcast wrote:
    Count me in and at least 5 others that r not on this board.

    PS- Where's Foxymop?

    Where is Foxy Mop? 8-)
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  • tbhooptietbhooptie Posts: 137
    You already have my name.. but there are 3 others coming with me from Cincinnati. One of which is another die hard. The other 2, one is my wife (who I must say is pumped to see her first live show) and my brother's gf (first show also...).

    Cant wait to celebrate all things PJ with you all!!

    We are staying at the Cambria Suites right by the venue and the bar. Only cost $200... Pricey... but now I dont have to worry about cabs and stuff.
  • Dirty TomDirty Tom Posts: 876
    I'll be there.

    And where is Foxy Mop? :lol:
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  • It has been several years since I was at this venue (PJ in 2000 maybe), but I recall sitting in the parking lot for at least 2 hours after the show waiting to get out. Just a heads up that when people say getting out is bad, they mean BAD. Hit the restrooms first, that's for sure. The cool part about it though was that everyone was so pumped up from the show, every car had PJ blaring and people singing. It just kept the love alive a little longer.

    Hopefully, getting out is easier 10 years later but I'm guessing....No.
  • tbhooptietbhooptie Posts: 137
    It has been several years since I was at this venue (PJ in 2000 maybe), but I recall sitting in the parking lot for at least 2 hours after the show waiting to get out. Just a heads up that when people say getting out is bad, they mean BAD. Hit the restrooms first, that's for sure. The cool part about it though was that everyone was so pumped up from the show, every car had PJ blaring and people singing. It just kept the love alive a little longer.

    Hopefully, getting out is easier 10 years later but I'm guessing....No.

    Yeah, I was one of those cars... I remember we went to White Castle for food after and the line in there was just as long as it was to get out. Never seen 100 people in line for White Castle!!!
  • tbhooptie wrote:
    It has been several years since I was at this venue (PJ in 2000 maybe), but I recall sitting in the parking lot for at least 2 hours after the show waiting to get out. Just a heads up that when people say getting out is bad, they mean BAD. Hit the restrooms first, that's for sure. The cool part about it though was that everyone was so pumped up from the show, every car had PJ blaring and people singing. It just kept the love alive a little longer.

    Hopefully, getting out is easier 10 years later but I'm guessing....No.

    Yeah, I was one of those cars... I remember we went to White Castle for food after and the line in there was just as long as it was to get out. Never seen 100 people in line for White Castle!!!
    That's cool. Maybe you were also one of the cars parked by me on the interstate waiting to get off of I-69 for two hours before the show too:). Same thing - PJ music coming out of every car, people singing, cars decorated, etc. So, the trek for PJ at Deer Creek includes an entire days' fun for the family :lol::lol:
  • jameslw13jameslw13 Posts: 144
    I'll Be there PJ show Lucky # 13, with my little brother driving from the university of Alabama just for the show, it will be his first experience.
  • RedlegsRedlegs Posts: 160
    Already in the roll call, but I'll be bringin' my buddy, and we'll be campin' and partyin' with you folks! See some of you at Cbus and Cleveland too.
  • tbhooptietbhooptie Posts: 137
    tbhooptie wrote:
    It has been several years since I was at this venue (PJ in 2000 maybe), but I recall sitting in the parking lot for at least 2 hours after the show waiting to get out. Just a heads up that when people say getting out is bad, they mean BAD. Hit the restrooms first, that's for sure. The cool part about it though was that everyone was so pumped up from the show, every car had PJ blaring and people singing. It just kept the love alive a little longer.

    Hopefully, getting out is easier 10 years later but I'm guessing....No.

    Yeah, I was one of those cars... I remember we went to White Castle for food after and the line in there was just as long as it was to get out. Never seen 100 people in line for White Castle!!!
    That's cool. Maybe you were also one of the cars parked by me on the interstate waiting to get off of I-69 for two hours before the show too:). Same thing - PJ music coming out of every car, people singing, cars decorated, etc. So, the trek for PJ at Deer Creek includes an entire days' fun for the family :lol::lol:

    yeah, we are heading up as early as possible... Hoping to leave Cincinnati around noon, 2 - 2 1/2 hour drive... All PJ, all the way...
  • patrickredeyespatrickredeyes Posts: 8,834
    Only show I'm seeing on this tour so I can't wait. ;)
  • helplessdancerhelplessdancer Posts: 4,796
    edited March 2010
    i have 2 extra 10c tickets available for this show. 158xxx

    the ticket gods came through big time :)

    edit...2 people have contacted me and i will close the deal with the first one who did, so as of right now these are not available. thanks.
    Post edited by helplessdancer on
  • i have 2 extra 10c tickets available for this show. 158xxx

    the ticket gods came through big time :)

    pm sent
  • know1know1 Posts: 6,586
    I'll be there. I swore I'd never go back to that venue after the last trip there, but since PJ won't seem to play any closer to those of us below the Mason Dixon, I'm going to suck it up and make the trip.

    Staying at the Cambria and planning to walk over.
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  • IAmMyselfIAmMyself Posts: 660
    shadowcast wrote:
    PS- Where's Foxymop?

    I've left her a voicemail too, should we be worried??? :?
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  • Inside_Job_INInside_Job_IN IndianaPosts: 41
    I am so excited to finally see them in Indy, seen them lots of other places but never Indy. I saw Coldplay at Verizon last summer and while it took about an hour to get out this time, it wasn't as bad as it has been in the past but as others have posted if you just go with the "flow" and enjoy the environment it is a hell of a lot of fun.

    I am taking my 14 year old son to his first PJ concert and he is so excited, I am sure we will have a great time. Does any know if the location of the pre-party will allow folks under the age of 21 to enter, I sure hope so as I want him to have the full experience of a PJ concert. :)
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  • luvisatowerluvisatower Posts: 1,078
    IAmMyself wrote:
    shadowcast wrote:
    PS- Where's Foxymop?

    I've left her a voicemail too, should we be worried??? :?
    nope, no one should be worried ;)
    she's fine and will be in touch soon
    in the meantime
    add me and my hubby to the list of attendees :)
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  • IAmMyselfIAmMyself Posts: 660
    I am so excited to finally see them in Indy, seen them lots of other places but never Indy. I saw Coldplay at Verizon last summer and while it took about an hour to get out this time, it wasn't as bad as it has been in the past but as others have posted if you just go with the "flow" and enjoy the environment it is a hell of a lot of fun.

    I am taking my 14 year old son to his first PJ concert and he is so excited, I am sure we will have a great time. Does any know if the location of the pre-party will allow folks under the age of 21 to enter, I sure hope so as I want him to have the full experience of a PJ concert. :)

    YES!!!! That's why I wanted to have it here, because there are a lot of younger fans!!
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  • JA25290JA25290 Posts: 8
    We will be there...camping hopefully. I haven't been able to get a response from Sleepybear on rates and etc. But did make a reservation. The VIP parking is expensive but totally worth it not to have to wait so long. The last time there was a PJ concert they made us turn out of the parking lot to the left and it ended up circling us around a cornfield in a line of stopped traffic for hours. We are from the Cincy area so we didn't get home until early morning...it was rough. Since then we've always done the VIP and have had no problems. This year we'll be walking from the campground (hopefully!). Can't wait to see you all there!!! Also going to Columbus and Cleveland!
  • tbhooptietbhooptie Posts: 137
    I am so excited to finally see them in Indy, seen them lots of other places but never Indy. I saw Coldplay at Verizon last summer and while it took about an hour to get out this time, it wasn't as bad as it has been in the past but as others have posted if you just go with the "flow" and enjoy the environment it is a hell of a lot of fun.

    I am taking my 14 year old son to his first PJ concert and he is so excited, I am sure we will have a great time. Does any know if the location of the pre-party will allow folks under the age of 21 to enter, I sure hope so as I want him to have the full experience of a PJ concert. :)

    I would assume he should be fine. Its a restaurant also... now after like 10 pm, no clue.
  • IAmMyselfIAmMyself Posts: 660
    IAmMyself wrote:
    shadowcast wrote:
    PS- Where's Foxymop?

    I've left her a voicemail too, should we be worried??? :?
    nope, no one should be worried ;)
    she's fine and will be in touch soon
    in the meantime
    add me and my hubby to the list of attendees :)

    Thanks, good to know!!
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  • Inside_Job_INInside_Job_IN IndianaPosts: 41
    tbhooptie wrote:
    I am so excited to finally see them in Indy, seen them lots of other places but never Indy. I saw Coldplay at Verizon last summer and while it took about an hour to get out this time, it wasn't as bad as it has been in the past but as others have posted if you just go with the "flow" and enjoy the environment it is a hell of a lot of fun.

    I am taking my 14 year old son to his first PJ concert and he is so excited, I am sure we will have a great time. Does any know if the location of the pre-party will allow folks under the age of 21 to enter, I sure hope so as I want him to have the full experience of a PJ concert. :)

    I would assume he should be fine. Its a restaurant also... now after like 10 pm, no clue.

    That's great, my son is in for a night to remember!!!! Thanks
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  • IAmMyselfIAmMyself Posts: 660
    JA25290 wrote:
    We will be there...camping hopefully. I haven't been able to get a response from Sleepybear on rates and etc. But did make a reservation. The VIP parking is expensive but totally worth it not to have to wait so long. The last time there was a PJ concert they made us turn out of the parking lot to the left and it ended up circling us around a cornfield in a line of stopped traffic for hours. We are from the Cincy area so we didn't get home until early morning...it was rough. Since then we've always done the VIP and have had no problems. This year we'll be walking from the campground (hopefully!). Can't wait to see you all there!!! Also going to Columbus and Cleveland!


    Sit in the parking lot, until they are no longer directing traffic, DO NOT TURN LEFT!! They try and lose you in the country, it's terrible!!!
    I go to a lot of shows at the VW, I refuse to turn left, I live in the area and get lost myself!!
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