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5 Seconds of Summer Sings Amnesia at Phoenix Stadium|| Where We Are Tour

UPDATE!!! —- Final Plans —- DOUBLE DECKER BUS trip to the show, join us!!

The bus company has taken over to make money and locations easier! 

PICKUP TIMES AND LOCATIONS: (website will update to these times on Monday — it IS 4pm and 4:30!!!)

4:00pm - NW corner of Tempe Market Place

4:30pm - Phoenix Art Museum.

COST:  $20 per person paid cash upon boarding.  

Seating is limited so reserve your seats asap.

Message me with any questions or CALL the bus company to reserve your seats today!! 

If you could, please, reblog (last request, promise!) wwadirectory, wwatourupdates, 1dbehindthescenes, ohthefond, gossip-candy, thx loves! 

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This month I’m going to the Phoenix comicon fan fest in Westgate (that’s in my neighborhood of Glendale) and the conventions being held in the Phoenix stadium! I’m gonna Cosplay again and bring my bro along to go as the dynamic duo again! While I’m there you guys want me to find certain cosplays to take pictures with? Also for whovian fans, two actors who both played the doctor before are gonna be there. Paul mcgann and Collin baker so I’ll go find them as well. Oh I can’t wait and just 10 more days! X3

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At Chase Field with the homies #hyperlapse @rosiebear013 @mbloch88 (at Chase Field Stadium, phoenix,ax)

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New Post has been published on http://www.sportsbanter.com.au/mother-nature-gifts-phoenix-victory/

Mother Nature gifts Phoenix victory

Wellington Phoenix braved the monsoonal weather in Brisbane to record a 2-1 victory over the Roar at a drenched Suncorp Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

The Phoenix went down early to a Andrija Kaluderovic goal but fought back through some excellence from Nathan Burns and Michael McGlinchey before mother nature took over and forced referee Alan Milliner to call the game short which meant Ernie Merrick’s side went four points clear at the top of the A-League and left Frans Thijssen seething.

The Nix have never kept a clean sheet at Suncorp Stadium and it took just five minutes for Brisbane to exploit that through their Serbian striker Kaluderovic who beat Andrew Durante at the near post to squeeze Corey Brown’s cross past a stranded Glen Moss. There were some question marks as to whether Wellington’s custodian could have acted as a sweeper and cleared Dimitri Petratos’ original through ball, the 32-year-old started to come to the ball but hesitated and subsequently retreated.

Despite the goal Wellington dominated possession and it was only a matter of time before they found the back of the net, a feat that was answered by some special dribbling from Burns who collected the ball up against the corner flag and broke through the challenge of Brown and Matt McKay, the Nix attacker then soared past Luke Brattan and Luke DeVere before he drew a fifth Roar player and put it into the path of Michael McGlinchey to side foot home.

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The Phoenix’s second came from their talisman Burns rather fortuitously after the red hot Roy Krishna struck the upright from outside the box which rebounded onto the right peg of the Socceroo just moments before the half time interval. The goal marked Burns’ 13th this season and pegged back another on the Sky Blues’ Marc Janko (16) in the race for the A-League’s golden boot, it also puts him in pole position to replace the injured Robbie Kruse in Australia’s clash with Germany next week.

The heavens opened at the beginning of the second half and the torrential conditions took all of the fluency out of the play as more and more surface water began to appear. There were few chances and plenty of slide tackles which led to referee Alan Milliner conducting two conference meetings with his fellow officials before he blew the final whistle just after the 70th minute mark with the scores sitting at 2-1 in favour of the Wellington Phoenix.

The result means the Nix move four points clear of Melbourne Victory while Brisbane Roar still lag behind Melbourne City in the race for the last place in the top 6. Next week Wellington return to New Zealand where they will welcome third placed Sydney FC whereas the Roar will need to dry themselves off for another congested fixture list starting with Western Sydney Wanderers in Queensland on Wednesday before they travel to Victoria to play their nearest rivals City.

Score Card

Brisbane Roar 1 (Kaluderovic 5)

Wellington Phoenix 2 (McGlinchey 20; Burns 45)

Suncorp Stadium: 10,075