This will be my first time seeing GD at Shoreline and i am wondering if the parking lot will be a typical "Dead Show" parking lot or will it be different since it is paid parking? Is there an area that allows people to stay in RV"s,etc. during those concert dates? Where will the biggest congregation of people be during those days?
Is the parking lot going to be a typical dead show parking lot? Since it is paid parking? Where will the majority of people be congregating in between the 10th and the 14th?
try the Meet Me at Shoreline topic in the forums.
What a great show. I didn't appreciate Shoreline until I looked back on this show after attending this past show May 14th, 2009 in the front row between Phil & Bob of course!
What an awesome place to get your Miracle ticket...wow I loved that show....better yet when I got the ticket I was so excited I went in and was enjoying the show on the grass in the back when the guy who gave me the ticket came up and asked me "what are u doing here?" and I said to him "enjoying the show!' then he said "yeah but what r u doing here girl, look at your ticket..." I took out my ticket and realized it was for like the sixth row back from the stage....I was outta there...and up through security to the front....one funny thing I remember was that I preferred my bare feet on the grass in the back as opposed to the pavement I was then standing on....thats okay though because somehow that pavement just melted away...................................ahh the memories!!!!
Visualize Whirled Peas,
I only saw the GD a few times - I'm pretty sure the first was here - late 80s (June or July). Around this time I went to 8 or 10 Shoreline concerts a year. Lived only 2 miles away - walked it more than once.
heard was a great venue.never was there myself like to pickup any old bootlegs from that era.might see futher if i get the chance wouldn't that be cool .
Thanks to those awesome steeples scraping the south bay skies, I had many a transcendent vision during shows at Shoreline. Nothing better than wandering up to the lawn during the break- or being on the lawn during the second set- and watching those white spirals stretch and tease the night sky.
Plus, I saw my first Death Don't Have No Mercy at Shoreline so I will always love it.