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Well, I've been to the concert in Prague and it was a-m-a-z-i-n-g !!! I still find it unbelievable that you, my dear Robert, can stand on stage for whole 3 hours, sing and play without taking a single break!
After breathing your voice.. for so many years, I finally got to be with you in the same place at the same time, enjoying with you!! I came from Israel, and glad I did :) But, next time I'll get that opportunity, I'm not going to leave without seeing you face to face!
Yours, with eternal love and great admiration,
Hi im going to the concert next week and was wondering what the best pubs or clubs would be worth visiting before and after the show.
Hi there,i've ogt a ticket for sale in the normal price.
If anyone wants it please e-mail me.
unfortunately i can't make it to Prague so i'm selling my ticket
if anyone's interested or if you know someone else who is please let them know..it's a pity to go wasted
p.s. i'm not trying to make any profit at all..price is as much as in presale
my mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Went to a great all night aftershow party in Berlin last summer. Are there any clubs planning stuff in Prague? We will be there for four days....
I've got one ticket for sale if anyone cares please e-mail me.
I am selling 2 official tickets to the concert of The Cure in Prague the 21st of February (http://thecure.com/events/). I have found out I'll not be here these days .
The total cost is 1.300 kc. (2 x 650) as is the original price for the standing tickets (https://shop.ticketpro.cz/event_detail.asp?evnt=277259)
Anyway, if u are interested call me on +420 60 222 9448 or email me in quasi_j (at( hotmail.com (better telephone than email, no Internet connection at home)
and we can arrange how to send it.
Thanks and enjoy the concert!
One ticket for sale in front of the stage.
If anyone cares,just mail me.
i think - Laadio left quit good info about Prague maybe that pub what he recommended is still expensive, you still can get a lunch for Â£3-4 and beer for Â£1. Just don't eat in town centre the prices are really high. These days is crown really strong against pound so you gonna get for Â£1 - 33;34 cz. crowns, 1euro - 23;24 cz. crowns. And as he said don't change at an airport, there just change small amount ...(Â£$ 10,20)
to buy a ticket for bus, underground. From airport are 2 buses which give you lift to an underground (Dejvicka station)- to reach a town center.
if you've any question about Prague and a concert don't hesitate to contact me by email (email@example.com). I'll try to help as much as i can. Petr
Is there a meeting place for cure fans before the gig? Pub, beer.... the norwegian cure clan
Hi, as far as I know, you cannot use Euros when buying ordinary products or paying in restaurants.Perhaps more luxurious shops accept them though.Th Czech Republic doesn't have Euro yet (will have it from 2012 I guess?). So you have to exchange your money to Czech Crowns (Ceske koruny).The best rate you get from major banks (ie.Ceska Sporitelna).There are 100s of Small Exchange places everywhere in the centre, but they are probably charching you a lot for commission(especially around the Charles Bridge and other tourist locations).I'm not sure about Czech Post Office (Ceska Posta) though. The central Czech post office is open 22hrs every day and I assume they do exchange money too.I love the building,you have to see the interior, and the sound there is incredible.the address is JindÅ™iÅ¡skÃ¡ Ulice 909 (ulice=street)and it is the major street with trams in the middle of Wenceslav square (Vaclavske Namesti).But yeah, every bank should will help you and like I said: avoid touristy Exchange services.And also avoid exchanging your money at Prague Airport.I did it once and regretted a lot!
Heloo everybody, i have one ticket (standing in front of the stage) for sale.
If anyone cares,please contact me.
I forgot to add.If you want to get quite cheap and good quality food right in the centre of Prague, on Vaclavske namesti (Wenceslav Square), I discovered a place call Rustika I. You don't get many foreign tourists there, staff can speak good English, prices are nice, and its so central.So if you fancy a break from shopping on Wenceslav Sq. go to http://www.rustika-restaurant.cz/news.php?rest=1
PS.There are 2 Rustika restaurants.Choose Rustika I. That's the one on Wenceslav Sq.
check this website
here you can find info about transport, tickets and maps.Its also a great source of info (in English) about Prague. The arena where The Cure will play is not far from Nadrazi Holesovice (on Red line 'C').From there tram 15 takes you there (its only one stop from there).From central Prague the following trams also takes you directly to Vystaviste (Vystaviste=Exhibition grounds):5,12,17.The journey shouldn't take longer than 20 minutes from central Prague.For connections search use this link: http://jizdnirady.idnes.cz/ConnForm.asp?tt=e&p=MF&cl=E5 (in English,you can change it to German if you like). The hotels in Prague are good and cheap.you can get 4* hotel for about Â£45 which is amazing I think.My favourite hotel is Andel's (at Angel station - yellow B line of tube).If I want to stay in Prague in hotel I always end up there.Although many 'posh' or 'cool&funky :-)' hotels are cheaper.I always shop on lastminute.com, they do really good deals for Prague hotels.Just remember to check the location and if you can get a good public transport from the venue at Vystaviste to your hotel before midnight.Please let me know if you have anymore questions.I'll be checking this site more often now!!!!!! See you all there!!!! L.x
I'd just love to visit Prague and see the Cure together, but I really can't get to have tickets, is there someone who knows how to do??
the site does not sale tickets!, you can only order tickets and collect them from a machine 24 hours later. if you do not leave there, and you just want to see the show - than you cant.
i have been following the site from november 1 and there where no publications what so ever.
the only thing is this: http://www.visitprague.cz/main.php3?lng=en&s1=culture&s2=concert&id=36
and still you cannot buy tickets
You can buy tickets to "The Cure' concert in Prague at the Saska Arena here at this website/URL: Google ~ worldticketshop.com or go to this URL: http://www.worldtticketshop.com/concerts/the_cure_tickets/14019_the_cure_prague
...that would be a TOUT....how could you?
Ok, I've come here to see if someone had more info... but I guess no, hehe. I've tried to buy the tickets at www.sazkaticket.cz, but as the concert is not announced in the website, I've emailed them. They've replied me saying that the tickets are not on sale yet. So... I guess they will be soon. In Spain (where i'm from) the tickets were supposed to be on sale on 12October, but there was a delay and they started to sell them 2 weeks and a half later. So... let's wait a bit, I think there's no reason to worry about.
I won't trust those weird pages somebody talked about before... I've seen that the prices are higher than 140â‚¬ per ticket. I think that the real prices are around 45â‚¬. It also happened in Spain while we were waiting for the real websites to start selling. Those weird pages were a rip off!
Finally....tickets can be found here:
In that site you can buy tickets for T-Mobile Arena, which is not the same one as Saska Arena (the stadium where the concert was suppossed to be held in).
Does anybody know if they've changed the place to perform?
Hi, I'm Czech living in London and I hope I'll help you. I just bought 4 tickets - Standing front of stage!!!!! for 790 CZK (about 30 quid)!!! The venue was originally Sazka Arena (note the typing error- its not Saska) but I've just found out on Czech music new website http://www.muzikus.cz/novinky/Cure-Smashing-Pumpkins-Rea-i-Knopfler-predprodej-startuje~22~listopad~2007/
that the venue change to T-Mobile and tickets are now available here http://www.ticketpro.cz/?@en/detail&id=27819-the-cure
and here is the map
If you have any questions (to translate something etc) post it here, I'll try to help... See you all there!!!! (usually tickets for this type of gigs are selling for a couple of months, it's not like in England, where the tickets for Wembley Arena sold out within a few hours. I got one too though! :-)