What: a concert
Where: ARROW HALL, International Center
When: Last night, August 1, Doors open at 6:30
Why: To get one's mind blown by the most awesome band ever
Now lets get down to the main event. I have been to a concert before, for Sondre Lerche, but that was nothing compared with the maddness that went down at Arrow Hall. Starting with the begining one must mention the waiting. When we got there we thought look at that line and that was only at, not even 5:30. I'd say we were near the front of the middle chunk of the line. I remembered the water but not the sunscreen. We stood there in sun and shade dripping into puddles on the pavement, retinas burning as if they were the sun themselves. Then several minutes after the said time you are let within where you worship the central air. One takes a few seconds to get maybe a t-shirt then you find a spot close to the stage if possible. Of course our excellent spot is behind three giants who took a trip down a beanstock. Now time for more sweat and body odder being cramed in like a sardnee can. We are dripping and ozzing from every pour and praying for the MJ smoke to set off the spriklers if there are any. You hope there are. This is just the begining of the spweeze for when MUSE does finally show some sign of comeing on the crowd serges forward. There is no escape from the person behind, side or front. The perfect mixture for disaster, especially for a little person like me surrounded by giants. The band comes on and the pushing and shuving begins, instant mosh pit. Bash, bang, hit to the chest, can't breath move, leave, get farther back where they no longer push. Much better from here.
The rest is awsome, blows my mind. There is no need for drugs, with the crazy light show and huge sreens filled with images that could trigger any acid flashback. Also lights that could induce scegers in a young person. The music was awsome, of course, the sound was as great in the front as in the back. You could here every word nothing was lost to the sound of the base and drums. They also had this cool piano that lit up green and showed the keys he hit as purple lights.
Now those that listen to MUSE on CD may not believe that the concert could be crazy but think of this you have never heared them live.
Current Music: Muse of course