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Reply #120 posted 10/31/11 4:43am

mysterymum

matthewgrant said:

faint He's coming to London!!! excited

Please dont tease!!! When???

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Reply #121 posted 10/31/11 4:55am

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mysterymum said:

matthewgrant said:

faint He's coming to London!!! excited

Please dont tease!!! When???

London in Canada, not London in the uk

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Reply #122 posted 10/31/11 4:56am

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mysterymum said:

matthewgrant said:

faint He's coming to London!!! excited

Please dont tease!!! When???

London, Ontario Canada.

sorry lol hug

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Reply #123 posted 10/31/11 5:02am

mysterymum

Gotta make that clear fishslap I now have huge butterflies in my tummy, hoping for my first Prince concert sad Let's hope the facebook rumours are true

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Reply #124 posted 10/31/11 6:59am

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Voog said:

ronnie said:

there usually is something... was this an option for the usa leg tour?

Yep, there were presales for the US dates. I thought the dates for the presales were announced way in advanced though. There's still time, I'm just anxious and I always worry about things I can't control as usual!

Are these AmEx presales, like another Orger was wondering, or available somewhere else? Where does one find these presales, when they happen?

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Reply #125 posted 10/31/11 7:02am

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My passport is expired. confused I live in Cleveland,OH and in Erie, PA...A SHORT DISTANCE...BOO:-(

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Reply #126 posted 10/31/11 8:00am

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Do Americans need passports to get in and out of Canada?

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Reply #127 posted 10/31/11 8:00am

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Do Americans need passports to get in and out of Canada?

"The fanbase I have now, they're so sophisticated, they almost expect me to do the unexpected." -Prince
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Reply #128 posted 10/31/11 8:09am

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fredericdoug said:

Do Americans need passports to get in and out of Canada?

hahaha just get one.

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Reply #129 posted 10/31/11 8:21am

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Really good to see such buzz and genuine excitement on the Org.
PIPS! Eurgh...
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Reply #130 posted 10/31/11 9:06am

Voog

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thanks2joniandu said:

My passport is expired. confused I live in Cleveland,OH and in Erie, PA...A SHORT DISTANCE...BOO:-(

Well hurry and get it renewed!

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Reply #131 posted 10/31/11 9:09am

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eyewishuheaven said:

Voog said:

Yep, there were presales for the US dates. I thought the dates for the presales were announced way in advanced though. There's still time, I'm just anxious and I always worry about things I can't control as usual!

Are these AmEx presales, like another Orger was wondering, or available somewhere else? Where does one find these presales, when they happen?

Well, for Amex, you'd need to register to the American Express Front of the Line, and if you have Prince as your favourite on your LiveNation profile, in theory you should get an email telling you when the presale is along with a code to enter. For some reason, I've had trouble receiving those emails, but found the presale codes online… on this forum.

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Reply #132 posted 10/31/11 9:23am

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fredericdoug said:

Do Americans need passports to get in and out of Canada?

nod technically to get out and back home, yes. but you'd probably have a hard time getting in without a passport anyways.

Visitors from any country other than the U.S. have always needed a passport to enter Canada. On the other hand, because of a friendly border crossing agreement between Canada and the United States, Canada Border Services did not require U.S. citizens to present a passport to enter Canada. This friendly border crossing agreement used to be mutual; however, now the WHTI requires that U.S. citizens have a passport to return home. In this way, passport requirements for Canada and U.S. borders are different on paper, but, are in practice, the same. Canada will not allow a U.S. citizen into the country who does not have the proper documentation to return home.
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Reply #133 posted 10/31/11 9:24am

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luv4u said:

2elijah said:

Yep, higher than U.S. Dollars.

Also can Canadian fans post hotel/travel information for those travelling to Canada? I think that would be very helpful info. Also is a passport or just birth certificate needed from Americans? Not that I'm going to the Canada shows, but last time I visited Canada, I was around 12 or 13 years old, and Americans only had to present a birth certificate as identification. I gather a passport is now the required document of identification non-Canadians now?

[Edited 10/30/11 14:46pm]

Because of 9/11 a current valid passport is required for entering Canada. USA is VISA exempt, so no VISA needed.

I'll put a list of hotels together for Edmonton.

Thanks, that's exactly why I asked because I figured things may have changed after 9/11. Maybe if you start a thread with hotels/travel information, you can indicate at the top of the thread, that U.S. citizens need a passport to get in/out of Canada.

[Edited 10/31/11 10:14am]

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Reply #134 posted 10/31/11 9:25am

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fredericdoug said:

Do Americans need passports to get in and out of Canada?

Yes, now you do. But you can get an expedited passport if you have a schedeled date to leave the country.

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Reply #135 posted 10/31/11 9:35am

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matthewgrant said:

fredericdoug said:

Do Americans need passports to get in and out of Canada?

nod technically to get out and back home, yes. but you'd probably have a hard time getting in without a passport anyways.

Visitors from any country other than the U.S. have always needed a passport to enter Canada. On the other hand, because of a friendly border crossing agreement between Canada and the United States, Canada Border Services did not require U.S. citizens to present a passport to enter Canada. This friendly border crossing agreement used to be mutual; however, now the WHTI requires that U.S. citizens have a passport to return home. In this way, passport requirements for Canada and U.S. borders are different on paper, but, are in practice, the same. [b]Canada will not allow a U.S. citizen into the country who does not have the proper documentation to return home.[/b]

I believe that, because years ago, even when U.S. citizens were only required to present birth certificates to travel in/out of Canada, the customs agents still asked you random questions about where you live in the U.S. like for example, "How many baseball teams does NY have?" lol

So I guess now since the 9/11 situation they're being real careful. Just make sure your passports are in decent condition and the print in your passport book is clear/readable. For American citizens, if you have a state driver's license or a state issued ID from your state, it's best to bring that too as another source of identification. Have fun guys!biggrin Look forward to reading your reviews.

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Reply #136 posted 10/31/11 10:15am

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cholo21 said:

Does Prince still offer good seats through his website? I got front row seats for the Musicology tour, would love to do the same!

No. Prince doesn't have a website anymore, that was closed down a while ago.

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Reply #137 posted 10/31/11 10:29am

bilottag

Hey everyone...Loving the buzz this tour announcement is creating.

My wife won tickets this morning for the Dec 5th London,ON show from a local radio station.

Yipee!!!

Can't wait!!!

Haven't seen P since Hamilton in 2004 when he gave me his hat after moaning along to "How Come You Don't Call Me".

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Reply #138 posted 10/31/11 10:44am

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biggrin lol

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Reply #139 posted 10/31/11 11:08am

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The floorplan for Toronto has just gone up! He's bringing the Symbol stage. smile

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Reply #140 posted 10/31/11 11:20am

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purplethunder3121 said:

fredericdoug said:

Do Americans need passports to get in and out of Canada?

Yes, now you do. But you can get an expedited passport if you have a schedeled date to leave the country.

Costs more money to get those.

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Reply #141 posted 10/31/11 11:22am

nickymartin

dose anyone know the cost of the tickets?biggrin

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Reply #142 posted 10/31/11 12:08pm

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nickymartin said:

dose anyone know the cost of the tickets?biggrin

Oh, it's a very interesting question, almost a detective story...

http://www.ticketmaster.c...norcatid=1

http://www.ticketnetwork....;kbid=2053

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Reply #143 posted 10/31/11 12:16pm

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luv4u said:

purplethunder3121 said:

Yes, now you do. But you can get an expedited passport if you have a schedeled date to leave the country.

Costs more money to get those.

For travel to Canada & Mexico US citizens can just get a passport card (they're like ID Cards but national) and they scan them at the border instead of stamping your book. I think they're a little cheaper than passport books.

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Reply #144 posted 10/31/11 12:21pm

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Here's the seating chart for Toronto from the Ticketmaster site:

Seating Chart

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Reply #145 posted 10/31/11 12:36pm

Voog

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I hope there will be numbers assigned to the sections for the Floor tables and Floor seats areas…

[Edited 10/31/11 12:36pm]

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Reply #146 posted 10/31/11 12:37pm

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kuzenka said:

nickymartin said:

dose anyone know the cost of the tickets?biggrin

Oh, it's a very interesting question, almost a detective story...

http://www.ticketmaster.c...norcatid=1

http://www.ticketnetwork....;kbid=2053

WTF, Ticket Network is already selling Prince tickets for ridiculous prices?

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Reply #147 posted 10/31/11 12:52pm

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lezama said:

luv4u said:

Costs more money to get those.

For travel to Canada & Mexico US citizens can just get a passport card (they're like ID Cards but national) and they scan them at the border instead of stamping your book. I think they're a little cheaper than passport books.

Thanks, but 'passport cards' cannot be used for international air travel, according to this link:

See this thread link for passport/passport card application and fees information:

http://prince.org/msg/12/369882

http://travel.state.gov/p..._3926.html

The U.S. Passport Card can be used to enter the United States from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Bermuda at land border crossings or sea ports-of-entry and is more convenient and less expensive than a passport book. The passport card cannot be used for international travel by air.

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Reply #148 posted 10/31/11 2:11pm

sandrined

floorplan for Montreal? any idea.

what will be the prices?

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Reply #149 posted 10/31/11 2:44pm

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I am "sick" on Firday, so I can buy my tickets for Vancouver. Already priced out hotel and flight from Calgary. Prince. We've missed you.

Gorgonzolo

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