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 Post subject: Dutch shows 2013
PostPosted: 30 Aug 2012, 15:22 
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First shows are:

18-01-13 P60; Amstelveen
22-02-13 De Vorstin; Hilversum
02-03-13 Gebouw-T; Bergen op Zoom

Looking forwards to see them live again :D

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PostPosted: 18 Sep 2012, 08:19 
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Another show in the Groene Engel in Oss.
I'll be there on 19th January. :D

http://www.groene-engel.nl/agenda/conce ... Gathering/

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Want them to come to the UK so badly :(


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Hello,
i'm Gathering fan since 1995..but first visit to this page :green:
anyway, another show :D
http://www.dynamo-eindhoven.nl/concert/ ... ng-support

dynamo, Eindhoven, 1 march 2013


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PostPosted: 20 Sep 2012, 16:45 
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Trying to work out how much it would be to go from England to the netherlands to go to either the two January shows or the two March shows. Start saving up :)


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x johngebreadman : if you have a Easyjet airport near to you, the january shows are good (Amstelveen is very near to Schipol and Oss only 80 train minutes far from Amsterdam), if you have Ryanair..well..Eindhoven is the best choice,Bergen is quite far from Eindhovn..at least 90 minutes by train


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PostPosted: 22 Sep 2012, 16:07 
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I don't know any other fans, so I would be going on my own, scary!


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Location: Deventer!!! [NL]
scary? Idid go visit a few shows on my own.. the only thing I didnt like about it is that I had to limit my beer consumption casue I was driving myself.. but otherwise, it can be pretty cool to be solo!

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PostPosted: 23 Sep 2012, 20:50 
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In england I go to most gigs alone, but going to a foreign country on my own, not knowing a word of the language would be scary for me. I'll look into my finances nearer january and see where I stand. Hopefully before then they announce UK dates. first time since 2003 so probably not :(


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Well, i'm from Italy ,i went bilions of times to NL to see concerts and NEVER had a problem. Dutch people speak english very well..and you can easily book a bed in Amsterdam or Eindhoven and cancel without loosing money.. :D
Anyway, i think i will go to P60 and Groene Engel gigs...Eindhoven in march is interesting too but there will be
Epica 10 year anniversary show a couple of weeks later..so...


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PostPosted: 24 Sep 2012, 04:17 
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Go to Holland! You're right next door, man. It's the easiest country to travel to. They all speak English, actually they're easier to understand than some English people :green:
So, go on. Concerts are waiting for you!


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I'm definitely going to get a passport anyway. Try and see if they will be touring at the same time as Anneke and make it to a good few shows. I wish I knew how to drive, would make it a lot easier.


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I went to Holland several times, most of the trips I did just on my own. After a few shows I got to know some of the fans. So it might happen I meet someone I know from a past show, sometimes I just see the show have a few beer and enjoy the eve. So no reason not to go on a trip to a dutch show of a dutch band.. In the end you're never alone at a dutch venue.. ;)

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johngebreadman wrote:
... I wish I knew how to drive, would make it a lot easier.

Easiest way is by train (or flight and train in the Netherlands) and stay at a hostel or a cheap hotel. I did all my trip by train. It's easy, usually you can reach the venues by foot from station or hotels in the nice little dutch towns..

So, give it a try, it's fun!

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chieps wrote:
johngebreadman wrote:
... I wish I knew how to drive, would make it a lot easier.

Easiest way is by train (or flight and train in the Netherlands) and stay at a hostel or a cheap hotel. I did all my trip by train. It's easy, usually you can reach the venues by foot from station or hotels in the nice little dutch towns..

So, give it a try, it's fun!

Did you go from England too?


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I think you'll find enough fans to help you around for gigs, hosting etc ;-) and if not, couchsurfing.org is a fantastic place to meet locals ;-)

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johngebreadman wrote:
Did you go from England too?

Nope, I went from Germany. Does this make any difference? I don't think so.. ;)

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Traveling in Holland its damn easy. Going by train can be a little confusing, but just buy your tickets in the office -not in the machines- and ask for a printed itinerary, that helps a lot.

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Abbath good to see your going to the shows in Januauary. I just bought my first ticket to the show on the 18th but am having a hard time getting a ticket for the second show on the 19th.If there is any way you could help me I would appreciate it. Your friend Larry Lar





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PostPosted: 30 Oct 2012, 10:53 
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larrylar wrote:
I just bought my first ticket to the show on the 18th but am having a hard time getting a ticket for the second show on the 19th.If there is any way you could help me I would appreciate it.


The show on 19th in Groene Engel in Oss has preordering just for Dutch residents. But you can at least do a reservation and pick up the tickets at the venue. I did a reservation via email myself, so just write to info@groene-engel.nl and you'll get a reservation as well.

Hope that helps.. :)

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