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    I was 15 and my first gig was Muse. Dam that gig was good.
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    Green Day, Jimmy Eat World, Taking back Sunday and Hard-Fi
    June 2005 at The National Bowl in Milton Keynes.

    I was 14, impressive first gig
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    Madina Lake - September 26th 2007 - Oxford
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    (Original post by asdalol)
    was a bit late xD I was 15
    band i was into at the time called Air Traffic =D
    i <3 air traffic.
    also the song air traffic by owl city ^^
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    Busted, supported by McFly, when I was 12, in Broadstairs [the musical epicentre that is]

    It was AMAZING.
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    B2K concert
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    You know what, I have never gone to a gig and I'm 19 :p:

    I've actually been wanting to ask this question: where do you buy tickets to O2 concerts? I've done a bit of research, but I think some of them aren't genuine... has anyone bought tickets from ticketmaster?
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    (Original post by SomeStudent)
    You know what, I have never gone to a gig and I'm 19 :p:

    I've actually been wanting to ask this question: where do you buy tickets to O2 concerts? I've done a bit of research, but I think some of them aren't genuine... has anyone bought tickets from ticketmaster?
    If you're on about things like O2 Academy, then you can usually just go to the place and buy them from the box office. Otherwise if that's not convenient then you can get them online from places like ticketmaster or seetickets

    Get yourself to a gig
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    (Original post by Long Haired Teen)
    If you're on about things like O2 Academy, then you can usually just go to the place and buy them from the box office. Otherwise if that's not convenient then you can get them online from places like ticketmaster or seetickets

    Get yourself to a gig
    Okay, thanks

    I will try :p:
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    Muse on the 6th of November 2006. I was 14, it was amaaazing
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    (Original post by Yuppie20)
    Wu-Tang-Clan at 14, and I'm a middle class cracker
    I'd love to see the Wu-Tang Clan live.
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    The Saturdays supported by Pixie Lott, June 2008 at Caird Hall in Dundee. I was abi about 14 and a half. The Saturdays were good but Pixie Lott was better!

    The next one was Paolo Nutini at the same place in October, I was still 14!
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    when i was 10 or 11 went to see the pretenders,shania twain and girls aloud was actually such a good gig!
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    (Original post by Krakatoa)
    Will be a gig you will not forget.
    I saw them at Sonisphere last year and they were amazing.
    :yep: Very true.
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    Alphabeat in the Manchester Academy october 25th 2008
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    Kings Of Leon, amazing
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    Will Young :cool:
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    (Original post by Gardocki)
    I'd love to see the Wu-Tang Clan live.
    And now I've got the chance to. :cool:
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    Kaiser Chiefs (supported by Maxïmo Park + The Cribs)
    Sunday 16th October 2005, Manchester Apollo

    I was 13.
    Brilliant gig. My sister's mate dropped out, so she invited me along! We were sat down, unfortunately, but I got to see my three favourite bands at the time. Couldn't have had a better first gig.
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    The Strokes. Think it was their first UK tour.
 
 
 
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