BellX1 Irish Shows in Oct/Nov

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Re: BellX1 Irish Shows in Oct/Nov

Postby joiyua » Mon Dec 14, 2009 1:09 pm

In my opinion the gig last night was the best of the three Olympia-gigs. The crowd was great and the band seem to be in a good mood. Slowset was magic (everyone around me was quiet; no one had to tell someone else to shut up, like the other two concerts).

I went there with four friends. None of them had heard any songs before, all of them loved the concert. :D
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Re: BellX1 Irish Shows in Oct/Nov

Postby Rocky » Mon Dec 14, 2009 7:26 pm

joiyua wrote:In my opinion the gig last night was the best of the three Olympia-gigs. The crowd was great and the band seem to be in a good mood. Slowset was magic (everyone around me was quiet; no one had to tell someone else to shut up, like the other two concerts).

I went there with four friends. None of them had heard any songs before, all of them loved the concert. :D


You're in Ireland a wet week and you have friends already?
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Re: BellX1 Irish Shows in Oct/Nov

Postby Mully » Tue Dec 15, 2009 9:11 am

Rocky wrote:
joiyua wrote:In my opinion the gig last night was the best of the three Olympia-gigs. The crowd was great and the band seem to be in a good mood. Slowset was magic (everyone around me was quiet; no one had to tell someone else to shut up, like the other two concerts).

I went there with four friends. None of them had heard any songs before, all of them loved the concert. :D


You're in Ireland a wet week and you have friends already?


To be far, a wet week around these parts can last a few months
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Re: BellX1 Irish Shows in Oct/Nov

Postby aoife05 » Tue Dec 15, 2009 11:23 am

No gigs for a while? :(
And I couldn't make it to the olympia cos of exams...and Mayo...who'd want to go there.

I really thought they'd play a gig in Galway.

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Re: BellX1 Irish Shows in Oct/Nov

Postby joiyua » Tue Dec 15, 2009 11:35 am

Mully wrote:
Rocky wrote:
You're in Ireland a wet week and you have friends already?


To be far, a wet week around these parts can last a few months


I've been here since August. Crazy!! :)
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Re: BellX1 Irish Shows in Oct/Nov

Postby Mully » Tue Dec 15, 2009 11:53 am

So Rocky was right ... A wet week !
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Re: BellX1 Irish Shows in Oct/Nov

Postby evie09 » Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:56 pm

joiyua wrote:In my opinion the gig last night was the best of the three Olympia-gigs.


It was lovely! such a nice way to spend a Sunday evening :)

Oh and happy birthday Joiyua!
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Re: BellX1 Irish Shows in Oct/Nov

Postby joiyua » Wed Dec 16, 2009 12:55 am

evie09 wrote:It was lovely! such a nice way to spend a Sunday evening :)

Oh and happy birthday Joiyua!


Thank you :D :D
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Re: BellX1 Irish Shows in Oct/Nov

Postby Rocky » Wed Dec 16, 2009 3:52 am

Mully wrote:So Rocky was right ... A wet week !


You caught a pretty wet one alright. It's not usually this bad I promise....

Belated Happy Birthday by the way
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