You excited? You ready to rock out with U2 next weekend? Well this whole week you’ve seen the 94.7 Highveld Stereo Transportable stage floating around the greater Gauteng area and if you haven’t won tickets this week, be sure to follow all the #U2Highveld action here
Now you’re probably starting to make plans as to how you’ll get there, when you need to get there, what time things will get going etc. So here’s a detailed list courtesy of Big Concerts:
Show Date: Sunday, 13th February 2011
Venue: FNB Stadium
Gates Open: 16:30
Amadou and Marium: 20:00
Springbok Nude Girls: 20:45
BEFORE THE CONCERT
Where do I collect my Red Zone Tickets?
All Red Zone ticket holders must pick up their tickets and wristbands starting at noon at the Red Zone box office window which is conveniently located outside the stadium.
If I bought my tickets through the U2 Pre-Sale where do I collect them from?
The delivery and collection of pre-sale tickets purchased via U2.com shall be arranged directly with you. All customer inquiries should be directed to eTix directly by filling out a support form on our website. This form can be accessed directly by visiting:
Can I get into the inner Circle if I have a general standing ticket?
Yes, starting at 7:00 am fans will be permitted to queue in the general admission line-up. Entry into the inner circle is on a first come, first served basis and there will be a clearly defined entry process for the safety and ease of fans.
Can I purchase tickets at the Stadium?
It is likely that this event will be SOLD OUT, in which case there will be NO tickets available from purchase at the stadium box office. To be certain, visit www.computicket.com where you can purchase a ticket prior to the show.
Can I resell my tickets or use it for commercial purposes such as advertising, promotional competitions or to promote the sales of other goods and services?
Tickets cannot be resold or offered for resale (including on-line auction sites) or used for commercial purposes including advertising, promotional competions, or to promote the sales of other goods and services. If this condition is breached the ticket may be cancelled without refund and the bearer of the ticket may be refused entry.
Is it safe to buy someone else’s tickets?
In order to be certain that your ticket is not conterfeit/fake you should purchase it directly from Computicket only. Our security staff are trained in spotting counterfeits, and even though you might believe that you purchased a legitimate ticket from a tout/friend/gumtree you might find yourself denied entry into the venue (without a refund), or even arrested for possession of a fake ticket voucher.
If the tickets are lost or stolen will they be replaced?
Should you have lost or misplaced your ticket, please contact Computicket customer service PRIOR to the show date. Tickets are considered legal tender and as such we cannot replace or refund lost or stolen tickets at the venue.
GETTING TO THE CONCERT
The traffic management plan to the stadium will broadly replicate that used during the Soccer World Cup. Gates will open at 16:30 and the show will start on time. As the transport and entry systems will be pressured with this very large crowd, fans are strongly encouraged to allow enough transport and entry time so as not to miss any of the show.