Thursday, July 28, 2011

Goo Goo Dolls Concert!

So as you saw my previous post yesterday, I was little more than excited about going to the Goo Goo Dolls and Michelle Branch concert.  Lets be honest.. I was counting down the seconds! 

We decided to get there around 6.  We drove and parked on the other side of the river so we could 1. Have prime parking 2. Have less expensive parking 3.  Have a nice little walk over to the park by the river.  Succeeded in all of these by the way!  We got across the river and down to Stage AE by about 6 but the line to get in was ABSOLUTELY ridiculously long.... I kinda had to pee (no surprise) so we decided to stop in the Jerome Bettis Grille.  Most interesting bathrooms ever.  The guys has a two way mirror so they don't have to miss a second of the game.. um, What about the girls!? Nothing cool except an overly dark room that has a sink that lights up from underneath at random times...

ANYWAY, so after we went pee, we decided to sit and have a drink.  I'm a light beer person, but the special was Sam Adam's Summer Ale.. which wasn't bad.. Yay for expanding my beer selection! 

At about 6:30 we decided to go in-- we stood on the lower section so we could be a little closer when Goo came on.  (I also tried Blue Moon there too!)


The first band came on, called Parachute.  They were pretty good but basically look nothing like they do in this video-- all their hair is super long now... Still goo artists.. take a listen:


Michelle Branch came out and played next.  She actually played Leave the pieces from when she was in The Wreckers, which I thought was awesome..



Finally at about 9:15 Goo Goo Dolls came on.  I went crazy with taking pictures and video so here you go!





I think this was my favorite Goo concert and I'm sooooo so so glad i went!  I hope you enjoy the pictures.. maybe Ill add the video's too.. maybe..

-Alexis

8 comments:

Living N Learning said...

Sounds and looks like you had a great time! Glad you enjoyed the concert.

I agree, what about the girls?! LOL

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