Costa Rica News – There is a good chance that this concert is not going to be much fun to get into, nor be in the areas where there is not assign seating. I am willing to wager that too many tickets have been sold and that there are a lot of fake tickets out there. This is just based on the fact that people wil do whatever they can to make an extra buck, so be careful if you are buying scalped tickets.
Normally if there is a concert in the USA or somewhere else the doors open about 2 to 3 hours before the show to make sure they everything flows normally. This shows how efficient Costa Rica is: the concert is at 8 pm, the lines are allowed to start at 5 am with the gates opening at 4 pm, Are you kidding?
Although RPMTV had announced that people would be permitted at 8 am the day of the show, now the spokesman Juan Carlos Peña announced that the lines can be formed at 5 am
Some fans began arriving at the stadium located in La Sabana Thursday afternoon and Friday morning and you could count about 30 fans in line for the concert, but around noon the local production company asked fans to leave as they cannot guarantee their security on the site.
Does anyone work in Costa Rica or go to school? Who can just wait in line for 2 days for a concert?
Tomorrow, the National Stadium gates open at 4 pm and all the rules are already clear: no knifes or anything that can be used as weapons (that includes needle heels or stiletto style) no food, no drink and minors (age 12 and up are those who can attend) must be accompanied by an adult.
Lady Gaga’s “The Born This Way Ball” concert tour started in South Korea last April. The tour has not been without its controversy, targeted by protests from groups that believe Lady Gaga concerts push the boundaries on conservative religious values.
Lady Gaga’s concert in Costa Rica will be the only show held in Central America, so it is expected that many fans will be coming to Costa Rica to attend the concert from other Central American countries.
Lady Gaga gets her own Boeing 747 Plane.
Live Nation gave Lady Gaga her own 747 plane for her concert tour “The Born this Way Ball”