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Does anyone recall what time Sinead came on (after opening act)? Thank you!
Genius. I was standing next to you then and ANNOYING, RUDE, LOUD "Mamacita" shouter. Not only did she shout that, she sang loudly and badly along with every song, though I told her several times we did not pay to see her sing. We'd like to hear Sinead, thank you." Very, very rude. I asked security to shut her up, but they couldn't. I had a finger in my ear next to her, even elbowed her - she was still in her own show. Concert etiquette is gone these days. People are more concerned with filming on their damn gadgets and getting it on Youtube the next day, blocking people's view with cameras and phone, or singing in their own world. Sinead was fantastic!