#1
well, my friend wants me to go to gigantour on friday....id only really be interested in seeing opeth....how long would they be playing for?
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#3
well its more so a question about gigantour rather than opeth
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#6
well, ive seen arch enemy live....they kinda sucked...vocalist went through like 5 mics...megadeth is ok...not really my style....and overkill is alright....but i mainly want to be there for opeth...but im not sure how long they're playing, all i want to know
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#7
For a festival type thing, I'm guessing they'll be playing for maybe only half an hour to an hour. Enough for what, 3 Opeth songs lol. That's what they did at Sounds of the Underground anyway, I hear.
#8
they'll probably have 45 minutes to an hour on stage.

If you want to see Opeth I'd just try to catch them at a small (under 1500 person) venue. The show will be much more rewarding and you wont have to stand around all day.
#9
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For a festival type thing, I'm guessing they'll be playing for maybe only half an hour to an hour. Enough for what, 3 Opeth songs lol. That's what they did at Sounds of the Underground anyway, I hear.


Exactly what they did at sounds.
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#10
Go. Opeth is awesome live. I'm guessin they'll have a 45 - 50 min set.
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#11
i saw them a few weeks back..it was about 45 minutes...4 songs...pure kickassness
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