Dear members,

just a brief reminder to keep checking our main post for special notes about each concert, especially concerning cancellations, venue changes, or any other alterations that might impact your travel plans. We try to keep info as up to date as possible, but if you see something that's incorrect, please leave a comment. Lastly, a very heartfelt thank you to you all for helping each other out! You've been so kind to each other. :)

Keep it up,
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from Kitty483pl on THUS:


Venue: Atlas Arena
Capacity: 14 000
Country: Poland
Nearby restaurants/food/washrooms: at the nearby railway station "Łódź Kaliska".
Is there parking available?: yes, 600 places.
Is it easy to get there by public transit? yes, by bys and by tramway.

Inside the venue
Open-floor/seated/both: both.
Bathrooms: yes.
Food/Bar: yes, "Meta Cafe".
Cameras allowed?: yes, but unprofessional.
Is there coat-check?: yes, gates.
Security/barricade?: yes.
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Fanaction Rotterdam Ahoy - 23rd of February

The Tokio Hotel Dutch Street Team has done it's best to set up a fanaction. The members voted and we choose the following action. We all hope that everyone who comes will participate, to give the boys goosebumps and a memory which will make them remember this concert.

How the fanaction will look like:
During World Behind My Wall or Lass uns laufen, the whole audience will light a little lamp which will make a beautifull sea of thousands of little lights.

What you need for this fanaction:
Key chain lights like this:
are very easy to use. You can use other little lightning thingies too if you have something you think will fit, too.

We all hope for your support and participation!

Link to the venue: http://community.livejournal.com/th_venues/1542.html#cutid1

Italy: Palasport Padova

Country: Italy
City: Padova
Address: Via San Marco 25
Date: March 26
Webpage: http://www.sonorika.com/palasport-padova

Capacity: I have no clue, I think it's around 6000

I've never been there but I lived in Padova for the last two years so I can tell you some informations about it.
If you're coming with a plane to Venice, I think there are buses every 30 mins for Padova (that will leave you at the train station).
If you're coming from Venice with the train, there are plenty of train - just be sure to take the one that costs 2,90€ and not the Eurostar that will cost you 29 € ;) 
If you want to go to the venue from the Train station, you need to take the Line 18 (taking the bus on the other side of the road, in other words: you'll see a few buses parked between some platforms - go to the other side), the price for a bus ticket is 1 €.

My personal opinion is that, being Friday, most of the fans will come after school, so between noon and 3 pm.

Also: in 2 weeks I'm going to Padova to see some friends. I'm planning on checking the venue (to check how much does the bus take and what is the safest way to go there - I think there is a way to get with the train too, but since I'm not sure I prefer to not talk about it - so if you have any question, feel free to ask. I'll be taking pictures of the place anyway and adding them to this post.


Venue: Palacio de los deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid
Capacity: 18.000
Country: Spain
When you went/when you're going to go: Well, this is going the first time I'm going to this venue, so this is the info I've been reading in internet from other concerts and last time in Barcelona.

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