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For you seasoned seminar-goers who have seen John at several different venues, I was just wondering where you would recommend seeing him (if you could go to any venue he's been to before). I know that the energy is different everywhere and varies from group to group, even at the same venue, but I know that John has to have a "favorite" place to go...I am thinking that it's probably Westbury Music Fair, but what do all of you think? Just curious. :hmm:
06-29-2004, 10:35 AM
I've never been to the Westbury Music Fair but heard only great things about it.
My favorite venue was in Boston. The site was absolutely lovely, there was a nice waiting area, the room wasn't stuffy (like some others) and the stage / lighting / audio were all fantastic! Aside from those things, the company I was in was wonderful :D I met several members from the surrounding areas and I must say I adore those East-coasters :thumbsup:
06-29-2004, 10:38 AM
I've seen John in so many places that it is hard to choose one. I guess that I must now say that my favorite place to see John is ON LONG ISLAND!! (In a small group setting of course!)... However, for the larger venues, I think my favorite has been Chicago so far. I've seen him there three times and in comparison to the other places I've been, the energy in Chicago just seems to be different and more electric.
NO, wait! I have to say that my favorite place to see John Edward is in OMAHA!!! LOL..but of course the odds of that happening again anytime soon are probably pretty small.
Oh...I guess the place doesn't matter, the audience size doesn't matter...just participating in the learning is what matters.
06-29-2004, 03:11 PM
I'm partial to places close to me. I loved Boston..I met Dear Psyquestor there :love: I also prefer the smaller settings. My life is slightly chaotic right now so there are no more seminars for me in the near future. Pam
06-29-2004, 03:12 PM
San Francisco - the energy was so amazing, that even John commented on it. He said that he loved the Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium because it was very similar to the COWJE gallary.
Then again it's my favorite because he's only an hour and 40 minutes away, (Plus or minus 20 minutes pending on traffic)
06-30-2004, 03:59 PM
Hi Mrs. Jones,
I live in New York and have been fortunate enough to see him both at the Westbury Music Fair and the smaller gallery like groups he conducts on Long Island. I have to say that the energy is so much better in my opinion on the small groups. If your going to come to New York to see him then I would have to say it's better to be part of the smaller session.
06-30-2004, 06:30 PM
I like the small seminars best. The small groups feel more relaxed and kind of laid back. As for "regular" events I would have to say SF. No surprise I guess. I like that it's reserve seating - even though this year I have terrible seats! :laff: Of all the places I've been SF seems to have the most positive, upbeat vibe.
I've only seen him in SF and that is where I had my reading so my favorite place is definitely San Francisco! He always mentions that he loves the energy here though....bet he says that at all the seminars ;)
In any case, the seating is reserved so no waiting in long lines, people are nice, it's in a good part of the city, and I don't think there are any bad seats. I've sat in the front, in the back, on the balcony and I have always had good vision.
How about you Megan? Are you going in Nov.?
See you in the balcony Sandra! :laff:
hee hee, Kim, I kinda think he does say that at all the seminars, but I also think he MEANS it, because how could you NOT like the energy of a group of JE fans, wherever they might be? :love: :D I know he did say it in Cincy, and he probably did in Chicago, too...I was so far away it was hard to concentrate on some of what he was saying for want of actually seeing him live!
Maria, yeah, the whole point of my asking kinda was because I was thinking about asking (begging, pleading, cooking for :angel: ...) my husband for a trip to NY to go to a gallery session if I could become so lucky as to get the tickets. I am leaning toward Westbury if I can't get the gallery tickets.
I would love to go to San Francisco but I'm absolutely TERRIFIED of flying, to put it mildly. New York is far, but driveable for me.
07-01-2004, 09:06 AM
:thumbsup: definately... I could go for other places other than Long Island. I'm not much of a city person . I don't like all that traffic. Jamestown, NY wasn't bad and neither was Oakdale, Ct. Prefferably assigned seating. I don't like the general seating .
I have seen him several times in Texas and in Los Angels last year. I was also lucky enough to travel to Long Island to go to one of the first Bridges seminars there- WOW!! They were all wonderful, but being in a small group setting was the best! I would do it again in a heartbeat!! :jumper:
I've seen him in a variety of different venues, and have to agree, the small Long Island ones are the best. It's very casual, friendly, and everyone can easily see and hear John.
07-01-2004, 05:51 PM
Long island small seminar was fantastic in May when Ann S and i attended, she`s seen him in Orlando last year and much prefered the smaller setting.
(one to one would be better, but thats never gonna happen)so i`ll opt for the small seminars!!!
07-07-2004, 03:38 PM
I think the best place to see mr. edward is on this side.....LOL
:) much love and peace all......mindi
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