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Anybody else driving down from Vancouver?
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plasticstars - that's actually larger than i thought...i was hoping it'd hold a couple hundred people... thanks for the info!

o_0strange - actually i used to be a big johnnys fangirl myself... well i got into Japanese music through johnnys, but i've lost most of my johnnys fandoms by now...

miya - i hope myvs will come to vancouver soon, other than VAMPS, i really want to see him live
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miya: Are you staying for a long or short term? If short, must be fortunate that you arrive just in time for the concert!
I hope they make it a global thing too. Though going to watch the lives in japan is quite a good excuse to use to visit Japan along the way =3

melissa: neat~ L'Arc was what got me into Japanese music XD
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RE: Anybody else driving down from Vancouver?
Sorry for not being online that long. Soooo much to do.....
Hope you had all a great Easter-Weekend!

melissa: Miyavi said something about another world tour. He will tour countries that weren't visited by him yet. So maybe Vancouer will be on his list? I really hope so ^^

o_0strange: Yes I'm really lucky wit the concert *lol*....I will arrive in Vancouver at the beginning of May. Hopefully I can stay a year or even longer. If the people living there will like me ^^ (I really hope they do O__o)
04-13-2009, 04:33 PM
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RE: Anybody else driving down from Vancouver?
I am thinking of driving there from Vancouver, but I am wondering how long VAMPS will be performing there. If it's only going to be 5 songs or something I don't know if it's worth the drive (and gas money!!)
I am thinking of driving there from Vancouver, but I am wondering how long VAMPS will be performing there. If it's only going to be 5 songs or something I don't know if it's worth the drive (and gas money!!)
I am thinking of driving there from Vancouver, but I am wondering how long VAMPS will be performing there. If it's only going to be 5 songs or something I don't know if it's worth the drive (and gas money!!)
05-24-2009, 11:32 PM
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I really want to go to this concert, but can't find any friends that will come with me, and I don't have a driver's license (even tho I'm 20 already...how embarassing) so I am looking for someone who will be going down there from Vancouver, and that has a spare seat in their car! I will be paying my share of the road trip fee, of course (gas fee...etc.) Anybody willing to help this desperate girl?
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(05-24-2009, 11:32 PM)Guest Wrote: I am thinking of driving there from Vancouver, but I am wondering how long VAMPS will be performing there. If it's only going to be 5 songs or something I don't know if it's worth the drive (and gas money!!)

How often do you see VAMPS/Hyde/K.A.Z. playing somewhere near Vancouver? Even if they played 5 songs, I think it's well worth the drive and the money. Chances are, if people don't show up at the shows and show some support, they won't come back anytime soon. Plus it's only a 3-hour drive down. Not that long, really.

(05-25-2009, 12:31 AM)kurokuro1008 Wrote: I really want to go to this concert, but can't find any friends that will come with me, and I don't have a driver's license (even tho I'm 20 already...how embarassing) so I am looking for someone who will be going down there from Vancouver, and that has a spare seat in their car! I will be paying my share of the road trip fee, of course (gas fee...etc.) Anybody willing to help this desperate girl?

Well, actually I'll most likely be driving down from Vancouver myself, but my friend and I might head down to Seattle on Saturday (the day before the concert) coz he wants to see Seattle downtown for a bit. Nothing confirmed yet though. Another way would be to take the Amtrak. The fares aren't so bad, roughly $60 roundtrip, but the thing is you gotta stay overnight after the concert, coz apparently they don't have late night buses coming back from Seattle.
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Hey it's me again ^^

I'm in Vancouver now for a month and have to say it's great living here! But I'm still thinking how to get to Seattle for the Vamps concert. I thought about getting there with the Greyhound bus? And then staying in a hostel for one night since there won't be any buses driving back that late, right?
Of course it would be nice to get there by car as well and we could share the costs.

kurokuro1008: if you don't find someone to get there like me, maybe we could take the bus together ^^
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Hey, I'm another vancouverite heading down to seattle to catch the VAMPS show. I'm probably going to head down saturday morning, and I'm dying to get in on the meet and greet. I'm hoping to be there early, but if the lines too long before the show, I'm probably gonna have a few drinks in the green room and go from there.

I don't know anything about the venue - thoughts? suggestions?

Rock on!
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