UK Arena Tour

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UK Arena Tour

Post by Tomasz » Sun Aug 25, 2013 10:02 am

Feb 2014

Thu 6th - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Fri 7th - Nottingham Arena
Sat 8th - Edinburgh Corn Exchange
Sun 9th - Manchester Arena
Tue 11th - Plymouth Pavillions
Wed 12th - London O2
Thu 13th - Portsmouth Guildhall
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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by Unorthadox1080 » Sun Aug 25, 2013 10:04 am

edinburgh as well!

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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by metronome » Sun Aug 25, 2013 10:28 am

Plymouth as well I think
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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by DecanoLP » Sun Aug 25, 2013 11:39 am

Thu 6th - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Fri 7th - Nottingham Arena
Sat 8th - Edinburgh Corn Exchange
Sun 9th - Manchester Arena
Tue 11th - Plymouth Pavillions
Wed 12th - London O2
Thu 13th - Portsmouth Guildhall

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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by marowak » Sun Aug 25, 2013 11:49 am

london or portsmouth ... hmmmm

i think the O2 it is ... the only other gig I have seen there was Lionel Ritchie - so Frank has a LOT to live up to ;)
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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by valderie » Sun Aug 25, 2013 11:52 am

im toying with the idea of doing the london show...

someone needs to stage an intervention for me :roll:

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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by kim182 » Sun Aug 25, 2013 11:54 am

I think a friend and me will do London and Portsmouth. :D
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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by Leilalei » Sun Aug 25, 2013 12:06 pm

Im doing (hopefully) London and Portsmouth.

Would love an idea of prices so I can work out if I have to 'borrow' from the household account
(Ive yet to pay the account back for my Reading Festivak ticket :D )
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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by Blonde » Sun Aug 25, 2013 12:15 pm

Woohoo Nottingham.

Although I hope Frank ups his game for the arenas when it comes to the stage set up. Wembley was just an academy show, spread out over more space. I want effects, fantastic lighting, decorations when I go to see a gig at an arena. I don't want a show that would quite easily fit in an academy sized venue. I'm not asking for Rammstein proportions (although Matt on a treadmill would be very entertaining).

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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by moomin » Sun Aug 25, 2013 12:24 pm

This has been building for a while and to be honest I am quite excited by the prospect of Frank doing the Arena tour, he has had enough practice with larger crowds now that it is about time this came about. Other bands who haven't cut their teeth quite as much have jumped up far sooner, so an obvious next step really and am I really looking forward to see how he steps up to the plate.

Not fussed about London, really fucking hate O2 as a venue, however there are some other better choices in there. Will see what I can get nearer the time, no way I can afford anything right now let alone Arena tickets.
Looking forward to see who the supports are going to be.

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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by Unorthadox1080 » Sun Aug 25, 2013 12:28 pm

Doesn't bother me at all having to travel between Glasgow and Edinburgh just a bit annoyed it's in the Corn Exchange instead of the Picture House. Even though the Corn Exchange is a bit bigger the Picture House is a far superior venue.

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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by Leilalei » Sun Aug 25, 2013 12:39 pm

Blonde wrote:Woohoo Nottingham.

Although I hope Frank ups his game for the arenas when it comes to the stage set up. Wembley was just an academy show, spread out over more space. I want effects, fantastic lighting, decorations when I go to see a gig at an arena. I don't want a show that would quite easily fit in an academy sized venue. I'm not asking for Rammstein proportions (although Matt on a treadmill would be very entertaining).

Im think some dance moves, quite elaborate as well. They've plenty of time to sort it out
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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by moomin » Sun Aug 25, 2013 12:48 pm

Blonde wrote:Woohoo Nottingham.

Although I hope Frank ups his game for the arenas when it comes to the stage set up. Wembley was just an academy show, spread out over more space. I want effects, fantastic lighting, decorations when I go to see a gig at an arena. I don't want a show that would quite easily fit in an academy sized venue. I'm not asking for Rammstein proportions (although Matt on a treadmill would be very entertaining).
I am useless with effects, more often than not they go over my head, but I know what you mean, you do want a bit more for you dollar. Personally I would like a hint at a Revival type affair but on a bigger stage, with some cross overs between the supports and headline, huge party type fun. That would excite me way more than confetti canons. This however is me dreaming.

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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by sarahg » Sun Aug 25, 2013 12:50 pm

Leilalei wrote:
Blonde wrote:Woohoo Nottingham.

Although I hope Frank ups his game for the arenas when it comes to the stage set up. Wembley was just an academy show, spread out over more space. I want effects, fantastic lighting, decorations when I go to see a gig at an arena. I don't want a show that would quite easily fit in an academy sized venue. I'm not asking for Rammstein proportions (although Matt on a treadmill would be very entertaining).

Im think some dance moves, quite elaborate as well. They've plenty of time to sort it out
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Re: UK Arena Tour

Post by DeathCabForJamie » Sun Aug 25, 2013 12:52 pm

Proud of him for playing these shows but one thing... No Belfast show :(
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