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Nearly ready in Cork

You can see that it'll be a lot wider than Thomand - GAA pitch vs rugby pitch

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Any idea what the roll call times will be tomorrow?

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wow, fair play.makes me feel less of a fan when i hear this stuff buut i just couldnt imagine starting so early.would be sick, tired and grumpy!

Yeah,i'm just tempted cause it's the last show for me

God, 204 already? Will I still get a number if I go there in the morning?

God, 204 already? Will I still get a number if I go there in the morning?

2pm rolcall was 300ish,guess might be around 400-500 at the last for today.Sure you get a number and in the pit coming tomorrow as well..

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Any idea what the roll call times will be tomorrow?

they don't know yet,but very likely 9,11,1

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Any idea what the roll call times will be tomorrow?

they don't know yet,but very likely 9,11,1

Thanks very much!

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Any idea what the roll call times will be tomorrow?

they don't know yet,but very likely 9,11,1

confirmed 9,11,1...

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I've arrived in cork now, im new to this number/ roll call system. Do you guys think it's worth me going down and getting a number tonight then going back to the stadium tomorrow morning say 11? Or do you have to be present for every roll call?

I'm slightly confused about the process could anyone clear this up for me please :)

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I've arrived in cork now, im new to this number/ roll call system. Do you guys think it's worth me going down and getting a number tonight then going back to the stadium tomorrow morning say 11? Or do you have to be present for every roll call?

I'm slightly confused about the process could anyone clear this up for me please :)

Yes, if you skip any roll calls you will lose your number. So not worth going there this evening if you don't plan to return before 11 am.

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Ok thanks I understand now. Think I will go down and get one, not far from stadium so I can make the roll calls.

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latest update from a chickie on the spot is she had #396 within the last hour

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latest update from a chickie on the spot is she had #396 within the last hour

10 o clock rollcall: 435 people in Line.

Queue location: Monahan road crossing with Marrywill

RCs Tomorrow: 9,11,1 p.m. After that they'll move us in a separate area where you can't get out anymore.No shade there,so bring something to protect yourself from sun and obviously food/drinks...

That's all the info I got ;)

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Tomorrow I'll be mostly wearing this t-shirt........come and say hello.

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No shade there,so bring something to protect yourself from sun and obviously food/drinks...

Forecast for tomorrow in Cork:

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Do you think that if Bruce did a full Irish tour every year that we'd get this weather? Stands to reason...

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Hitting the road.....

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Hitting the road.....

I hope all you lucky people have a fantastic time in Cork B) ...

...( mumbles under his breath.."friggin' lucky bastids :rolleyes: )

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Lots of reports on another site of loads of people with seated tickets getting pit passes. Seems the organisation was not so good after the first 1000

In limerick I mean

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Lots of reports on another site of loads of people with seated tickets getting pit passes. Seems the organisation was not so good after the first 1000

In limerick I mean

Limerick just wasn't that crowded,when he did the pre-show there was still plenty of space in the pit.I heard people getting in the pit after 6.30.

Limerick was quite laid back.,,

Last update from Cork: 850 people in list,gonna be moved in 20min.Weather warm,but cloudy.Sec is well organized,big props to them for handling and info policy..

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Due to hit 28 degrees apparently. Just arrived in my posh hotel thanks to the MIL. Full of people heading to Bruce according to doorman. I think everyone in any hotel room in cork is heading. Going to cool down after trip then eat and head towards concert at 3

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Tomorrow I'll be mostly wearing this t-shirt........come and say hello.

Mostly ...? :blink:

:D

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ha ha....until the encores anyway ;)

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Long time lurker, don't often post on message boards! Here's some more info about Cork, it's quite funny:

http://thedailyedge.thejournal.ie/bruce-springsteen-cork-998090-Jul2013/?d_gate=1

I just arrived in Cork, the weather is unbelievable. I'm from Kilkenny but had my ticket bought for this before Nowlan Park was announced- this is my warm up for the two nights in my home town... which I still can't believe is happening!

A friend of mine is in the queue for the pit at the moment but I'm going with a pregnant

friend so we'll admire from afar!

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Thank goodness another show is upon us!

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