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Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:28 pm
by Sour Mash
Father Jack wrote:
billynomates wrote:how no am only little and wont take up to much space in the case


Oi, fu*k off !!
I was begging on here first.
:lol:


BIG case for you mate.... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:37 pm
by KISStrooper
Spare a Talon for an old ex-leper :D

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:46 pm
by AxeBass
Father Jack wrote:
billynomates wrote:how no am only little and wont take up to much space in the case


Oi, fu*k off !!
I was begging on here first.
:lol:


I had a meeting in Oxford today and noticed a free Kiss Sonisphere Ticket in the window of the Cash Converters ... ok not actually a ticket but a Bass that normally sells for £1000 but you can have it for £800 and I'll throw in a free Sonisphere Ticket. Sorry no photo, spec, condition details or genuine serial number available :lol: :wink: :roll: Kiss fans helping Kiss fans :lol:

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 5:16 pm
by Sour Mash
Here we go :-) :lol: :lol: :lol:

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 5:25 pm
by Ray The Tongue
Ticket bought :0)

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 5:31 pm
by billynomates
am not beging just asking if i can go with anybody if they pay for me cos am quite poor and cant aford it on my own

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 5:40 pm
by Father Jack
AxeBass wrote:
Father Jack wrote:
billynomates wrote:how no am only little and wont take up to much space in the case


Oi, fu*k off !!
I was begging on here first.
:lol:


I had a meeting in Oxford today and noticed a free Kiss Sonisphere Ticket in the window of the Cash Converters ... ok not actually a ticket but a Bass that normally sells for £1000 but you can have it for £800 and I'll throw in a free Sonisphere Ticket. Sorry no photo, spec, condition details or genuine serial number available :lol: :wink: :roll: Kiss fans helping Kiss fans :lol:

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 5:55 pm
by Ray The Tongue
MrBlackwell wrote:Only European show this year!!!!!!


Surely a Euro arena tour next year?


A day ticket to Sonisphere it is then :D



Is this confirmed only Uk show?

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 6:28 pm
by Deuce
Ray The Tongue wrote:
MrBlackwell wrote:Only European show this year!!!!!!


Surely a Euro arena tour next year?


A day ticket to Sonisphere it is then :D



Is this confirmed only Uk show?


All the blurb that is about indicates only European show of the year, but as someone suggested earlier, there could be a warm up gig somewhere.


Personally I am trying to work out the finances and logistics, I live within a couple of hours, but also like a beer or 5 with my gigs. Wife would not enjoy the all dayer and I am not just turning up for Kiss. I want some value for my £100.

Hopefully I get there, am also very much looking forward to seeing Within Temptation, not sure about Wolf Mother (not on my playlist, will need to put that right).

Would love the Special Guests to be Skid Row, even without Mr Bach (Seb, that is).

Friday would be my only day, not because I don't like the rest of the days but Money rules, I am afraid.

Deuce
*-) $-) ACE-) 3-)

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 7:26 pm
by Mr Grady
100 quid is a lot for a 2 hour gig....

but it is kiss..i missed the last download gig for same reasons, and regretted it.

so.....have to get the misses out on the streets...again.

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 8:25 pm
by PyroMessiah86
Well my financial situation is mental at the moment....so briefly considered missing it (or buying a ticket last moment). That was until this morning when i woke up to my dad calling me on the phone and telling me he's buying. :D
TREMENDOUS! :D

See you there!

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 8:48 pm
by kiss-76
I cannot wait for this. It's payday this friday so I will get my weekend ticket then. We should try and organise some kind of Kissinuk camp if people are up for that. Either way I think there is something magical about an outdoor KISS show. Donington will be hard to beat but even if they come close it will make my year :D

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 9:12 pm
by rockhead
We're looking into it, if it's possible to go.
Can someone here who went to the festival before answer me some questions?

1) Is it possible to go by train to London after the show on friday?
2) Any good (not so expensive) hotel in London (near the trainstation) or festival, that you can recommend me?
Any more info would be appreciated...

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 9:16 pm
by The Hendon Kiss Army
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I know many of you have been to Sonisphere, but for those who haven't it is a hugely enjoyable festival. To be honest I don't know many of the younger bands that have been on in the last two years and alot of them are a pile of poo but it is very well organised, there are some great stalls. very family friendly. The kids go mental, but the security are so good, making sure that everyone has as safe time as possible which is very important.
There is an area at the front which is boxed in to save overcrowding so if you want to get near the front you need to make your
way down well before Kiss. Although there are about 5 stages the main two are opposite ends of the main arena at the bottom of a slight hill at each end so viewing is usually good.

I know the cost is horrendous but remember Aerosmith were charging £100 at the O2. Car park is expensive and if any of you haven't got an MOT or tax The old bill have been nicking everyone on the way in last two years so be careful. The station is less than 3 miles away so might be worth training it. There is also a shuttle bus but as you can imagine will get packed and still has the traffic to contend with.

My fave tent Mr Teas, £1.50 for a cup of builders tea and 2 biccies. As you can see main stage is huge and very easy to get close if you want to.

I hope somehow everyone can get there.

As Roger says at last we have something to talk about. :D

Re: KISS HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 9:21 pm
by The Hendon Kiss Army
Rockhead - Latest advertised train is 23.45 to London but there may be extra trains laid on, can't confirm though.

There are a few travel lodges near Euston and Kings X which will probably be your best bet. First trains Saturday will be 4.30 ish so you could always have a party outside and have a long slow walk to the station and save on a hotel room.