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Topic # 56940 29-Jan-2010 08:17
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I am just about to order some tickets for the AC DC concert for me and my other half. I waited all this time so I can check the weather forecast before ordering from TicketMaster.




What do you think is the best place to watch the concert from for Western Springs, Auckland?


- Terrace area - Standing
- Hill area - Standing
- Field area - Standing


Last time I watched a band, I stood on the field - but I am thinking of the Hill this time.









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  Reply # 294246 29-Jan-2010 08:48
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The hill sucks, IMO. It's too steep and depending on how many people they get up there it can be a bit crowded. There were a lot of complaints about The Police and Rolling Stones from people on the hill. Having said that, at least you get an unrestricted view across to the stage.

I think you'll find that the field and the terraces are sold out though, so you may not have a choice.  Unless you're in the fanclub?  There may still be tickets for them, not sure.



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  Reply # 294264 29-Jan-2010 10:05
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Good point. I will try my luck at Trademe then.




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  Reply # 294271 29-Jan-2010 10:33
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driving around the track at full speed in a Sprintcar would be my ideal way of seeing ACDC at Westerns Springs but I dont think thats ever going to happen :)

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  Reply # 294285 29-Jan-2010 11:12
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Anyone know where a good place to park near western springs for the concert will be?

I read somewhere recently there will be restrictions on surrounding streets.

I wonder if we should just get a taxi, might be less hassle.


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  Reply # 294297 29-Jan-2010 11:55
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I do, but I can't tell you because then it might not be there when we go to park there! :)

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  Reply # 294298 29-Jan-2010 11:56
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Hah classic!

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  Reply # 294308 29-Jan-2010 12:23
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Actually how far are you keen to walk? We once parked over the other side of the motorway. Plenty of parking there and it's only a couple of km walk?



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  Reply # 294342 29-Jan-2010 14:26
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St Lukes?




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  Reply # 294361 29-Jan-2010 15:07
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That's right. Not as far as the mall though. There's quite a few streets nearish the motorway. Pretty sure there's even a bridge to use to cross it ;)

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  Reply # 294387 29-Jan-2010 16:24
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I was wondering about road restrictions?
there are definitely a few streets just across motorway, or even on the same side just up closer to pt. chev maybe?

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  Reply # 295431 2-Feb-2010 16:04
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I went to the wellington one! was A M A Z I N G !!! YOU DEFINATLY HAVE TO STAND! i was like right up the front! was great :)

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