Discussion in 'Artists/Band Discussion' started by jotlock, Aug 23, 2004.
Whats the Best Concert you've been to?
No doubt about it, Thin Lizzy on the Live & Dangerous Tour at Wembley in `78 I think it was. great show & the support was as good if not better ! Horslips, legendary Irish band who started the whole Celtic Rock craze.
Green day for sure, if i had one thing to say about it, it would be, ..., OFF THE HOOK
It was Christina Aguilera's "Stripped Live on tour", that I've seen in Paris. It was sooo great !!! lol
Backstreet boys for sure!! Millennium Tour was the best ever
Rush on this last tour.... those guys are professionals.
Shania Twain- Chicago show in Grant Park Summer of 2003. Amazing show, the one they made the DVD and TV special about. Perfect wheather and an amazing night I was about 4th row and on TV!!!
My sister's school concert, lol, not!!!
Thousand Foot Krutch with KJ-52 (Christian Artists, but they rocked!!!!!!!). The mosh pit was out of control, the security fell over, and somebody lost their shoe :laugh2: !!
And KJ for those of you who don't know is a white rapper (very good rapper... I must say), and he performed a medly of old school rap Ice Ice Baby, and U can't touch this! He danced too! I almost fell over laughing!
Underworld at the Hammerstein Ballroom. They blew my mind in twain, and then I danced my fool tits off for hours upon hours. Awesome. Truly awesome.
i've never been to a concert. i blame the fact that no good bands do concerts where i live.
i saw Alice Cooper in the ventura theatre a couple months ago!
he didn't really have a big stage show like he usually does, but it rocked none the less!
i was front and center for that one!! oh yeah!
Reel big fish
Reel big fish is the best concert
i Saw cKy in concert. Brilliant live, got to speak to them before the gig and talk to the support band.
I've got a few favorites I can't really pick between because trying to compare them is like comparing apples and oragnes. Slipknot with Chimera and Fear Factory and Sloss Furnace was deffinetly the most intense show. String Cheese Incident at the BJCC was the best concert I've been to just kick back and watch the lights and listen. An amazing full sensory experience. A Perfect Circle at Boutwell Auditorium was a close second in that reguard, and probably would be first if it was in a better venue (the accoustics in boutwell aren't very good, while the bjcc was rated one of the best acousticlly tuned venues in the nation)
Chas and Dave played at our local conference side footy club - it wad great
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