Tja... doens't make things easier on you.Well, I don't wanna bother too much, he'll need to talk to his manager etc, and he is on tour and have enough to do. I figured someone on this forum knows the answer.
I don't have ticket yet, I will get it when I arrive.
Tja... doens't make things easier on you.
Either way, best thing is: either wait for the ticket (but that might be too long) or contact management and ask! That's the only thing we can say!
Well usually it's different from band to band as far as I know. For example if you are on the guest list from Slayer you got other rights as as if you are on the guest list from one of the metal battle bands.
So in conclusion yes you have to contact your band or wait for the "ticket"
Well, I'm afraid you'll have to. Not immediately right now, at this very second, but in the end, you will. If you want your answer of course.Well, it's actually them, which is why I don't wanna bother more than I have to. I always get treated well and don't wanna bother when I know lots of people wanna talk to them all the time.
I think, they will understand, that you have to plan a few things, like how to get there and back home, what to take with you etc.Well, it's actually them, which is why I don't wanna bother more than I have to. I always get treated well and don't wanna bother when I know lots of people wanna talk to them all the time.
You should ask the band, this is the easiest option. We don't got all the names yet, so I can't check it in our database. In most cases you should get access for all days and you can choose to camp on the normal camping grounds or at the VIP camping. But I can't tell you for sure yet, so asking the band it is. See you in Wacken!