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Photo Uploaded: Mar 10 2010 01:42:06 GMT
Taken: 2010:03:06 21:55:22
Shutter: 1/180 sec
Focal Length: 82mm
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The big end to the main set and Angus’s 10 minute-plus guitar solo; they came back and played a four hits encore.
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Mar 10 2010 01:56 GMT
Mar 10 2010 06:26 GMT
Great ACDC series!! ;-)
Mar 10 2010 08:44 GMT
Bro I am pleased you got to see AC/DC in the flesh, so to speak. Some of the guys here at work went to the North Island and throughtly enjoyed the concert there, much the same as you would but with less bodies present.
Mar 10 2010 10:24 GMT
It was freakin' and AWESOME Lisa. :-)
Mar 10 2010 10:26 GMT
Tanks Annamaria; I'll try not to over do it. I took LOTS of captures, (I've got it down to 440 at the moment): I wont post them all. :-)
Mar 10 2010 10:33 GMT
My ticket cost me $250 and got the train into the city for free, (as part of the ticket price for major events, public transport is free; I guess it helps with traffic congestion).
There is no way I could have travel to the North Island from Dunners for that, plus incidental costs as well.
Ticket was for a corporate box with pre and post concert nibbles plus a bar and toilet facilities right there, and no queues; got to be good.
Mar 10 2010 11:55 GMT
Green with envy Bro. It just wouldn't happen around here.
Mar 10 2010 14:28 GMT
Well worth that price! What an experience!
Mar 10 2010 15:58 GMT
Mar 11 2010 03:37 GMT
No, even with your big, flash new stadium you wont be getting shows like this anytime soon, sad that. :-(
Mar 11 2010 03:41 GMT
Touring band are paid in America dollars, the Aussie dollar is fairly strong against the US$ so it keeps the price reasonable Lisa. And yes, "what an experience"
Thanks for your comments.
Mar 11 2010 03:42 GMT
Indeed Roger, indeed.
Thought you would be a fan, you didn't caught them in AKL then?
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