U2 wraps Vertigo tour with Honolulu blowout
The concert in Honolulu was a mind blowning experience..Pearl Jam “Embraced the Island” with a tribute to Bradda IZ. They Know the true meaning of “Aloha”.
As for U2 They Rocked !!
Only “gripe” I got is with the security. The men in the pit were pushing and elbowing me ( I am only 5″1, 105lb.) and the security allowed these men too abuse us women because they did not want to “SHARE ” the railling (which they spreaded there flags out) to state this is “MY SPACE”.
Look this is a concert, people are bound to squeeze in (especially in the pit area). I did not know that YOU can claim “YOUR SPACE” if not get pushed, elbowed, and harassed the whole night and what tops it off, the Head of security”KEVIN” of U2 condoned this type of abuse on women.
If they wanted “SPACE” they should have bought a seating ticket and not be a crybaby about their “SPACE”
COME ON! ITS A CONCERT! IN THE PIT AREA THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS ITS ‘MY SPACE”
U2 sings about Love, and being kind to a fellow human being. But yet U2’s own security allows this type of behavior. How Ironic! (PUKE)
SHARING IS CARING!!!!!!!!!
Not sure how this is ‘abuse on women’. You tried to squeeze into someone else’s space. People don’t like that. That’s how it goes at concerts.
I have to agree. If you were squeezing in as you lead us to believe by your comment “people are bound to squeeze in” then by all means the people that were already in that space have every right not to make it easy on you. Only so many people can fit in any one spot. No one wants to give up space, because in most cases they’ve waited the longest to get there. People don’t like it when others try to squeeze in.
U2’s Head of Security is Scott Nichols. You and your friend decided that you were somehow entitled to be on the rail in Honolulu. You pushed and elbowed your way in between myself and the two Italian men that were next to me with their flag on the rail. When we resisted you complained to the event security that we were somehow abusing you. You tried unsuccessfully to have me thrown out. The fans on the other side of the ramp witnessed this and flagged down Scott Nichols and explained to him what was going on. He purposely singled you and your friend our because of your rudeness. He told the two of you to knock it off and that you need to “listen more closely to the bands song lyrics”. I have never experienced such rude behavior from anyone at a U2 show. I don’t understand why you were so desperate to get to the rail when you and your friend spent most of the show sitting next to the rail smoking cigarettes. Unfortunately, your poor attitude and behavior ruined the show for myself, and the rest of the fans in our area. Mahalo for showing me the true spirit of “Aloha” from a Hawaiian native.
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