cowboy71 wrote:HAHAHAHAA That is awesome Stach!!
I had a similar experience last year! Was front and centre for Annihilator at the pool stage so I could have a perfect position for Nightwish who were following them!
One of the crew must have thought I was a huge Annihilator fan so he handed me the setlist. Standing next to me was a young lady who was wearing an Annihilator shirt, clearly a big fan.
So I handed her the setlist and she was like "to look at?" and I said "no you keep it :)". The look on her face....SO worth it.
Yep, that's the way to do it! I did the same thing whenever I got a guitar pick or a drum stick
I am, too, had a blast talking to cowboy71 in the merch line on Tuesday. Always a pleasure sir!
Stach, like a told ya I'm Russian so I can translate that Arkona gibberish for ya
If you post a picture of that stuff I can provide translation better than google can
My pick for next cruise is Cockburn all the way! (unless other options are more attractive)
Had a total blast with the fellow metalheads on the snorkeling/diving trip, even got bitten by some fish!
The fact that we had the whole island to ourselves w/o those annoying salesmen and bloody tourists who "do not speak Mexican" AND the pristine beach to boot Turks gets my vote!
Tuup wrote:I'll vote for New Zealand!
Oh boy, what a blast I had again. The line-up was less impressive than other editions, but partying with so many friends really makes it absolutely worthwhile nevertheless.
Now, let's hop over to the afterparty.
110% applies to my experience as well: I really gotten into watching the bands only on the last day, the rest was spent boozing and having fun with my metal family and friends