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Postby nickking » 17 Apr 2002 23:59

Very true, can't believe he got into the charts... Hopefully never will again!!

l8rs,


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Postby nickking » 18 Apr 2002 19:02

BTW, tickets can be ordered on 0870 2201116 between 9am and 6pm, and not the 0141 number!

Will try again tomorrow!


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Postby dmp » 19 Apr 2002 07:23

Posters plastered everywhere up here, they're using the old logo that looks like it's been photocopied off the front of an In Yer Face sleeve or something. If you thought Shades of Rhythym was mad, you'll be pleased to here that "Dream Frequency" have been added to the line up. You must remember "Feel so Real". They should try and get Altern-8 as well, they played a set up here a couple of weeks ago and it was gr-8.
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Postby JD » 19 Apr 2002 16:16

And Tom Wilson, no doubt he will be spinning TTF, Ultrasonic and Suburban delay in the hardcore arena. Takes me back to Rezerection. Hands in the air. f*** me I'm gettin old.
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Postby JD » 19 Apr 2002 16:18

f*** me there is censorship too!
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Postby nickking » 23 Apr 2002 09:40

BTW, the website for ticket ordering (although tickets can't be booked online) is http://www.tickets-scotland.com/contact.htm

It's 'Tickets Scotland', and they're credit card number is 0870 220 1116 (as stated before)...

BTW, tickets only take under 5 days to arrive... Got mine in the post this morning!

Doesn't look as though ticketmaster is selling the tickets (yet)!.

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Postby markus » 23 Apr 2002 11:06

Thanks Nick, have updated the info on the live page.
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Postby 808state's Tartan Army » 01 May 2002 21:19

Ticketmaster started selling tickets at lunchtime today, I've just ordered mine. The page is http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/cgi/asp_e ... gory=Music
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Postby Ian » 02 May 2002 08:57

I've got mine!! See you there

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Postby Rodders » 03 May 2002 11:07

what's everyone doing about accomodation? can anyone recommend any hotels etc?
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Postby Ian » 03 May 2002 11:26

Apparently there's a Travelodge about 5 minutes away from the Braehead centre, we're just going to try and get in there.

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Postby nickking » 03 May 2002 12:02

Well, I've booked into the the Travelinn at Glasgow airport (about a 10 minute taxi ride away from Braehead and obviously close to the airport as well).

It's about 45 quid a night, though...

Check out http://www.travelinn.co.uk/

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Postby dmp » 03 May 2002 12:07

Glasgow has lots of good accomodation and loads can be found on a variety of web pages, notably Yahoo!. However, here's some good ones I can recommend:

Great- ArtHouse Hotel, Bath St. City Centre (15 mins Braehead/Airport). Really nice with a great restaurant. 0141-221-6789. Brilliant location for clubs, pubs, etc.
http://www.arthousehotel.com

Decent- Hilton Glasgow City Centre (William Street) - 9 Miles from Airport, 15 mins drive to Braehead.

B&B - Barrisdale Guest House
Nice setting, good location, Victorian
(West End, 20 mins airport, Braehead).
115 Randolph Road, Glasgow, G11 7DS.
Telephone: 0141 339 7589
Fax: 0141 339 7589
e-mail: barrisdale@btinternet.com

Budget- Buchanan Street Bus Station
NB- CCTV, Junkies.

PS - There's also a hotel at the airport which is probably the closest to Braehead apart from the Travelodge mentioned earlier. But I'm assuming most of you would rather be in the City Centre as Braehead doesn't really offer much apart from a big shopping centre.

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Postby Ian » 03 May 2002 12:32

We're in the Travelodge in the city centre, not the one at the airport. There's a taxi rank nearby and it's right near the motorway for getting to Braehead and back. It's £49 a night.

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Postby dmp » 03 May 2002 12:35

For anyone arriving on the Friday or Saturday, there's a couple of good nights on:

1. Slam's legendary night "Pressure": FRIDAY MAY 31st, THE ARCHES, MIDLAND STREET.
2200 - 0400 £18 in advance from Arches Box Office 0901 022 0300 JEFF MILLS, STUART McMILLAN, ORDE MEIKLE, INLAND KNIGHTS, Dj Q, KEVIN McKAY, MITCHELL SPHYNX.

2. SATURDAY: Glasgow Underground Recordings Night: "The Idjut Boys are to play at Mammasan (Adlib, Hope Street, Glasgow) on Saturday the 1st of June. Stay up in style the night before England's World Cup kick-off against Sweden." (Come on Henrik!!!!) :smile:
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