New Year's Eve gig

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Kirsty
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Re: New Year's Eve gig

Post by Kirsty » Wed Jan 02, 2013 6:23 pm

I agree, thought the setlist was perfect and loved the gig. Best new year's eve I've had.

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Re: New Year's Eve gig

Post by moomin » Wed Jan 02, 2013 8:46 pm

Blonde wrote:This was one of the best NYEs I've ever had. From the moment we arrived in Manchester, to the moment we left.

Great start to the show with Four Simple Words and it was the first time I've heard pretty much everyone singing along to it. I do have a setlist if anyone is interested in what was played.

We also kept the queue to meet Frank "entertained" with our "dancing"
and I kept you all entertained over dinner :oops: :lol:

this was one of the best New Years I have done and my favourite of New Years gigs I've done.
really good setlist and with the high energy set after the pips it felt like two in one.
Had lots of fun before and after the gig and was really great to spend it with my favourite people

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Re: New Year's Eve gig

Post by Blonde » Wed Jan 02, 2013 9:54 pm

moomin wrote:
and I kept you all entertained over dinner :oops: :lol:
And got us free dessert in the process!

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Re: New Year's Eve gig

Post by beergut100 » Thu Jan 03, 2013 3:00 pm

A quick apology/confession. Shortly after the set, I set off for the toilet and saw Frank signing stuff, so went to ask if he had any CDs with him that I could buy. He didn't, so I asked if he wouldn't mind me having a piccy taken with him. Of course, he said this was OK, so I passed my phone to 2 nearby women, who kindly took the photo.

It was only on coming back from the toilet that I realised there was a big queue of people getting stuff signed and photos taken and I had gone straight to the front and passed my phone to the girls at the front of the queue to take the photo!

I had been partying pretty hard and everyone hopefully saw the funny side, but anyway, if I pushed in front of you and especially if I asked you to take the photo, I am very, very sorry :oops:

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Re: New Year's Eve gig

Post by tarpster77 » Thu Jan 03, 2013 6:35 pm

Blonde wrote:
tarpster77 wrote:Was absolutely fantastic, in the end I didn't really need to sit under the tunnel for 3 hours to be at the front but it's all part of the experience. Favourite New Year ever
3 hours?!? We thought queuing for 25 minutes was too long, especially as there was only about 10 people there.
Yeah I was in Manchester with a friend until around half 5 then she went home and I just had nothing to do so went and sat there, nothing compared to the queuing for like Wembley (about 6 hours) so oh well
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Re: New Year's Eve gig

Post by SB » Fri Jan 04, 2013 2:26 pm

Had to dig out my login from the recess of my mind to say a massive thank you to everyone at this gig.

Not only was it incredible, and the best NYE I've ever had, it was also the first time I'd ventured further than the the local shops in my chair. And everyone was so absolutely lovely. Pissed folk patted me on the head, which gave me the rage (possibly because I was also pissed), but that aside I could not have asked for a better experience. And I honestly don't think it would have been the same at many other gigs. The same actually goes for the Camden gig - where I felt so incredibly well looked after, as well as enormously guilty at the fact that everyone around me was getting squished and crushed because of me whilst I sat there most comfortably. So, sorry. And thank you again. Particularly Saph & Carla. (If my brain could retain any amount of information I'd remember your usernames.)

You lot are just so bloody lovely.

The end of the love-in.

Feel free to puke in your hats.

Suze x

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