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[Music] Echo and the Bunnymen at the Dome



PeterT

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Apr 21, 2017
2,241
Hove
We have 2 tickets for this on Sunday March 3rd but probably can’t go following my missus breaking her arm and having it put in a cast. Doesn’t need an operation, luckily, but we are having to cancel a few things at the moment.

Please let me know if interested - they are circle row A, cost £56 each including the fees.
 






goldstoneseagull

Active member
Aug 9, 2017
208
We have 2 tickets for this on Sunday March 3rd but probably can’t go following my missus breaking her arm and having it put in a cast. Doesn’t need an operation, luckily, but we are having to cancel a few things at the moment.

Please let me know if interested - they are circle row A, cost £56 each including the fees.
You can also list these on Twickets.

 




bhafc99

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Oct 14, 2003
7,085
Dubai






Harry Wilson's tackle

Harry Wilson's Tackle
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Oct 8, 2003
49,927
Faversham
Just another drop in the ocean!
Shame you missed the gig.

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Harry Wilson's tackle

Harry Wilson's Tackle
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Oct 8, 2003
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Was that with the old tape/drum machine? For some reason I always remembered that was at the Top Rank.
No. Full band by then. I loved the drum machine era. I envy you seeing them then. But they did become majestic, after, though :love:

Now, who supported? Was it the Comsat Angels? Or did they support U2? Ten Pole Tudor? Love the Comsat Angels. Reunion gig. Emotional:

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Publius Ovidius

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Jul 5, 2003
46,017
at home
I saw them a few times Back in the day and I seem to remember it was the Dome!

is this the original line up?
 








PeterT

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Apr 21, 2017
2,241
Hove
It reminds me of a mad day I had a few years ago. I had a dental appointment in London on a Saturday morning which I drove to. Then I had arranged to meet some relatives in Birmingham to go to see a match (Sunderland I think) before heading over to Coventry to catch the second half of a Wasps v Exeter game. The reason for going up was because there was an Echo and the Bunnymen concert at the Ricoh (as was) after the game but only after the Buzzcocks had played as support. Then I jumped in the car and drove back to Hove. I slept well that night!
 


Pevenseagull

Anti-greed coalition
Jul 20, 2003
19,612
Blimey, they've recovered an audience well.

10ish years ago it was Concorde 2 and a further 10 before that it was The Old Market in Hove (which was very, very loud).
 


Harry Wilson's tackle

Harry Wilson's Tackle
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Oct 8, 2003
49,927
Faversham




Harry Wilson's tackle

Harry Wilson's Tackle
NSC Patron
Oct 8, 2003
49,927
Faversham
It reminds me of a mad day I had a few years ago. I had a dental appointment in London on a Saturday morning which I drove to. Then I had arranged to meet some relatives in Birmingham to go to see a match (Sunderland I think) before heading over to Coventry to catch the second half of a Wasps v Exeter game. The reason for going up was because there was an Echo and the Bunnymen concert at the Ricoh (as was) after the game but only after the Buzzcocks had played as support. Then I jumped in the car and drove back to Hove. I slept well that night!
Hopefully after you arrived home ???
 


smillie's garden

Am I evil?
Aug 11, 2003
2,595
Anyone see the Centre concert in September ‘84? I was a teen on a touch of waccy baccy maybe, but recall the sound being incredibly trippy, as if Will was using a quad system or something? Good times.
 
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