"LPU Roadie For The Day"


#1

So, I was wondering (since most of you would probably know about this new feature for upcoming shows by now), who is interested and applying for this “LPU Roadie For The Day” job, and for wich show?
Any thoughts about this to share?
I think it could be a really great and unique experience. [wink]
If you’re interested and you haven’t signed up so far, click HERE to see all the info…
Good luck! [smile]
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#2

I think this is a great idea and it can become a really amazing experience :3 Applied for RIR, hope we can still go to the M&G D:


#3

I want to be LPU roadie!! :d


#4

good luck for everyone :slight_smile:


#5

Thanks!


#6

I can’t apply it, cause my english is so bad -_-
Good luck to everyone.


#7

I think it’s a good thing for the fans & to get in contact with new member for the LPU , if they hear what it is from a LPU member that speaks that language of origin(of were the concert is) it’s always cooler :smiley:

atleast all the ppl that do it make us proud!


#8

[quote=Sirbajo]I think it’s a good thing for the fans & to get in contact with new member for the LPU , if they hear what it is from a LPU member that speaks that language of origin(of were the concert is) it’s always cooler :smiley:

atleast all the ppl that do it make us proud![/quote]
Haha THANKS, agree [biggrin]


#9

Yes, it really can be unique experience! I applied for both shows in Russia. Who else applied for Moscow or St. Petersburg show? :slight_smile:


#10

anyone know when they back in the good old UK ?


#11

No idea… More European dates (like UK) will probably come after they tour US (maybe Asia as well)


#12

[quote=Spring]I can’t apply it, cause my english is so bad -_-
Good luck to everyone.


#13

i’d LOVE to go, but i don’t have a ticket for any show (and as far as i got it, one HAS to have a ticket) - which sucks donkey balls cause that would be super amazing. i speak both english and german fluently and am very open and friendly. God i’d so love to do this. it almost breaks my heart


#14

[quote=Lizzi]i’d LOVE to go, but i don’t have a ticket for any show (and as far as i got it, one HAS to have a ticket) - which sucks donkey balls cause that would be super amazing. i speak both english and german fluently and am very open and friendly. God i’d so love to do this. it almost breaks my heart


#15

you know what sucks? the europian tour for holland will only be festivals… I’d with no doubt apply for a concert in holland to be roadie for the day but during a festival I want to see other bands too ;(


#16

I don’t really know. Part of me really wants to, because the experience would be amazing and different from your daily life, but I don’t think I’m outgoing enough for the job, and I am sure that there are much more qualified LPU members from Denmark who would also be interested. :wink:

A thing that also has me worried is that you have to speak English “fluently”. A person might think they speak English well by their own standards, but “fluently” can be interpreted in many ways, so they might think their English is fluent, but maybe it won’t be satisfying enough to meet the demands… So even though I personally think my English is very good, I can’t help but doubt my mad English skills, when it says “fluently”. :wink:


#17

[quote=ANVANOPPENS][quote=Lizzi]i’d LOVE to go, but i don’t have a ticket for any show (and as far as i got it, one HAS to have a ticket) - which sucks donkey balls cause that would be super amazing. i speak both english and german fluently and am very open and friendly. God i’d so love to do this. it almost breaks my heart


#18

I’m sorry to hear that. I have no idea wich show you are talking about btw…


#19

I heard the first Roadies will get chosen in about 3 weeks… [geek]


#20

I think Lizzi is talking about the Rock am Ring and Rock im Park festivals. They are both completely sold out.

But perhaps the roadie thing will continue, once LP announces their Europe tour to promote LIVING THINGS? :slight_smile: One can always hope.