2019-11-08 - Auckland
Tour: Joshua Tree Tour 2019
Songs played: 25
Audio recordings: 0
  1. Can you get direct flights or is it a multi-leg journey?
  2. Does anyone have the actual link to get the presales, some kind soul gave me their presale code, but I can't get the link to buy them . via u2.com it justtakes me to a subscriber page . . . help!
  3. Originally posted by Beckhamcrosses:Does anyone have the actual link to get the presales, some kind soul gave me their presale code, but I can't get the link to buy them . via u2.com it justtakes me to a subscriber page . . . help!
    You need to be logged into u2.com and click Tours. There are all links. Ask the one who gave you their code (which by the way could get you both into trouble) and forward you the email with all links. These differ per show.

    For Auckland just go to ticketmaster.co.nz and find the show page.
  4. Well I got a ticket for Auckland, always wanted to go there and who knows when they will next tour again. Travelling alone from the UK, just gonna grin and bear a very long journey. Will do both nights and that’s me done with this tour.
  5. It's a long way to go for only two shows but the thrill of being there on opening night will be worth it.
  6. It is, will have just over 5 full days there, few days site seeing a two great gigs. Anyone know best way to get to the stadium from the centre.
  7. Originally posted by PC1979:It is, will have just over 5 full days there, few days site seeing a two great gigs. Anyone know best way to get to the stadium from the centre.
    I'm researching that myself and asking business colleagues for tips. I've been to Auckland numerous times for work but never had to venture down to the stadium. I think there may be a railway station nearby but I have to find out. Still got a few days or weeks to solve that dilemma
  8. Yeah I checked the map, railway station looks nearby, should be easy enough. Any recommendations for Auckland mate.
  9. Hey guys. Aucklander/NZ'er here. The stadium is notoriously difficult to get to..Auckland's public transport is not the best but they are pretty good at putting dedicated buses on for big gigs at the concert. These usually leave from the city centre. The last few concerts I have been to at the stadium I have got the bus or taken an Uber. The train is not the best option for Auckland as the network is not developed that well (is improving) and stations tend to be a while away from venues. In this case, the closest station is pretty close, Penrose, 10 mins walk from the venue. Another point..I notice you can still get tix for Auckland in the presales?! Demand low?
  10. Thanks for that May have to be a bus then if they put them on especially for the gig. Tommybanny I take it you’re from there. Any recommendations ?
  11. Another point..I notice you can still get tix for Auckland in the presales?! Demand low?


    Could just be a low number of fan club members and sales will pick up once the public gets access. It has been surprisingly easy to get good tickets so maybe there has been a lot released for the presale.