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Albums and songs / Re: The Cure phone ban in concerts?
« Last post by tanyasmith on Today at 00:27:24 »

I think all anyone can ask that if you are going to use your phone, be respectful of others and the artists wishes.

Agreed!
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40th Anniversary Concerts / Re: 2019.06.08 Dublin
« Last post by dsanchez on September 25, 2018, 22:16:20 »
I asked my Irish friend Jarlath where The Cure could be playing and he said this:

"I'm thinking Kilmailham. Nick Cave played this year, it's a one day/evening outdoor event, started around 6 till 11 June. That's what I'm hoping".
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40th Anniversary Concerts / Re: 2019.06.08 Dublin
« Last post by chemicaloverload on September 25, 2018, 20:09:34 »
I wonder if this could kick off a UK stint...  :smirk:

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Hi everyone. My wife is cure mad, we're looking at travelling over to Athens for ejekt from Australia. Just wondering if you would make the jump and book now (looking at vip in a hope we can see them actually playing lol) or would you hold off to see where else gets announced? Thoughts?
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40th Anniversary Concerts / Re: 2019.06.08 Dublin
« Last post by word_on_a_wing on September 25, 2018, 14:33:53 »
I wondered the same.  Are there any festivals scheduled to happen there on that date?
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Albums and songs / Re: The Cure phone ban in concerts?
« Last post by MeltingMan on September 25, 2018, 11:00:51 »
It's difficult to find an answer because the whole thing has got out of hand a bit.
We are used to watch yt-videos from others, but something must be done during
the event itself. It's the typical concert or cinema situation we all have once experienced:
the view is blocked. Smartphone users should be more aware of that, especially near the stage.
A ban is actually not required.

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40th Anniversary Concerts / Re: 2019.06.08 Dublin
« Last post by disintegration on September 25, 2018, 10:48:35 »
Good!!! Only The Cure concert? or a festival?
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40th Anniversary Concerts / 2019.06.08 Dublin
« Last post by dsanchez on September 25, 2018, 10:41:56 »
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Albums and songs / Re: The Cure phone ban in concerts?
« Last post by chemicaloverload on September 24, 2018, 21:17:33 »
Legally speaking, I’m not sure how a ban would work. You would have to relinquish your property and then who becomes responsible for it? Not a lot of venues would want that responsibility.

I see both sides of the argument. You don’t want people glued to their phones, something most do everyday, missing real life around them and then again, you want to ensure you have a few treasured memories to look back on, like pictures with your friends, new friends you makes, of you all dancing, like we did at Hyde park.

I think all anyone can ask that if you are going to use your phone, be respectful of others and the artists wishes.

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Even if you have seen
The Cure only one time in your life...it's enough to remember and talk about, I think.

Yes!  :heart-eyes
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