When I've been to concerts in London in the past, I've got to the venue at 10am and got a nice spot on the rails. Saying that though, the queue doesn't really start to pick up until after 1pm. Not sure if it will be the same for Katy though?
Would have loved to experience the Hello Katy Tour. I'm sure life would have been alot easier! Damn that fame thing!
trust it wont be that easy for Katy, for both my shows I'm queuing from like 5am!
But if you look at my post... 5pm and got I got 5th row at the O2... it can't be necessary to queue 12 hours earlier than that if you want to be 5 rows closer. Especially seeing as this stage is even bigger than the last one, which means people will spread out more around it so there is less competition for the front-center spot. Also the fact that GA standing is chopped in half and put into two sections means you don't have to queue with that many people at all, and if you're in RS plenty of the other people in there will turn up quite late, probably door opening time if not later because they know that whether they queue early or not they'll have a good place in RS.
Like, stop me if I'm wrong, but it seems like some people are spending waaaaayyyy too much time planning this and are so focused on spending half their lives being in a queue in which they'll become bored to tears, really irritable, SO tired and very uncomfortable so they can be at the very front and trying their best to get Katy to look them in the eye or whatever that it will stop them from having a good time. That's not what it should be about.