Aug 26 2008, 07:35 PM
I'm so excited, as I surprised my fiancee with tickets to the Lancaster show on Thursday. Now, I'm wondering, the people that have been to the concerts that just recently passed, such as New York or NJ, did you bring a camera & was it allowed in? The American Music Theater site states " Cameras may be brought to Celebrity Concerts and it will be announced before the show whether photography is allowed."
Just wondering if anyone got into the previous concert dates with a camera.
After reading the "Reviews/Recaps" I am 10x more excited!!
Aug 26 2008, 08:33 PM
Take a camera...especially since the theater allows cameras, because Vince doesn't mind pictures being taken, although he doesn't see what the big deal is and why people want pictures of him. If you have a compact camera, you can always put it in an inside jacket pocket where they won't find it, but you shouldn't have any problems with photos since the venue leaves it up to the artist and Vince doesn't have a 'no photos' policy like some artists do.
Aug 26 2008, 11:07 PM
I always take my camera just in case. When I saw Vince last Thursday night in Morristown, NJ, I called ahead, and they said it was a no photograph show. But, it turned out to be a no flash photography show. So, I was glad I went ahead and brought my camera. I have learned to always bring mine along because what a shame it would be to not have it if pictures are allowed.
Aug 27 2008, 08:37 PM
I also went to the Morristown show.....I had my camera....got some awesome photos of Vince.
Aug 28 2008, 03:14 AM
I got some really nice ones too. The lights on Vince were bright enough to get pictures without my flash. I loved the show like always. Where were you sitting Yoli?
Sep 1 2008, 07:08 AM
Wasn't it a great show....he was so funny........I was sitting in row A. That was third row from the stage.
Sep 1 2008, 11:41 AM
I was in row 2, so you weren't far from me. Too bad we didn't know before hand. It's nice meeting members from the fan club.
Sep 1 2008, 07:49 PM
I'd take a camera just in case. The worst thing that could happen, they tell you is no photos are to be taken. Most places I've seen Vince, you can take photos, just no video.
On this tour - seems like all the M&G's are happening after the show, so just keep that in mind if you got a M&G. The email sent from the fan club says before the show, but when you get there 90 min early they tell you it's after the show. The M&G's are really quick as well. I got to see him Sat night after the show in Hampton Beach and it was "Hi, would you mind signing this, take a photo and your out" No milling about, no conversation, just in and out.
Have fun, This is a great show
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