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Old 03-17-2010, 04:53 PM
 
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Awesome! I totally want to see this concert :-)
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Old 09-20-2010, 09:35 AM
 
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Anyone go to this concert last night? How did it compare to say the U2 concert. I know they are totatlly different but wondering more of the atmosphere.

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Old 09-20-2010, 10:45 AM
 
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I went last night. I took a little heat from my friends as it wasn't particularly cool for me to go as a 40 year old guy. I got tickets last minute off craigs list and went with a gal pal.

The "people watching" was pretty spectacular. Oh how people were dressed. Ladies wrapped up in duct tape and how the girls showed up was a sight to behold.

As for the show, I was pretty impressed. LG has an incredible voice and the overall sound was quite good. The stage show was awesome and I was surprised at the quality of show such a younger artist. You could tell that money was spent on stage production and this was not a cheap show.

You had to put up with a little bantering on LG's part. She's got an agenda and maybe some parents might have been put off with the sexual messages and heavy gay influence. She's got a huge gay audience and they came out to see her. Nothing wrong with that and it was all good. Most people just had a great time.

LG might talk a lot and put a few people off, but she defianately delivered the goods with a stellar show.

4/5 on my scale for LG. I went to U2 last year as it was incredible. U2 has 30 years of music to draw from, so it's hard to compete with that.
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Old 09-20-2010, 11:27 AM
 
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The show was awesome! Lady Gaga was great, and half the entertainment was seeing everyone dressed up. If anyone knows Gaga, it shouldn't have been surprising her strong support for the LGBT community and that there would be some sexual innuendo and a few f-bombs. She's a great live singer who promises to NEVER lip sing, and really cares for her fans. The stage and theatrics of it all was fun and I can’t wait until next time!
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Old 09-20-2010, 01:07 PM
 
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I didn't need to see the concert, because I had enough Facebook friends who posted photos of virtualy every moment of it on their walls.

I'm sure it would be an awesome concert, but I don't usually "do" concerts and especially not for what I heard the ticket prices were.
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Old 09-20-2010, 01:57 PM
 
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The opening act was entertaining. He threw more than a few F bombs and had more of a foul mouth than gaga at times. They're the perfect opening act for LG ,though. I enjoyed the antics.

It was a very well thought out show in terms of production. Perfect stage and lights.

I was suprised about the open seating on the floor level and no chairs. We looked down and it seems that's where all the action was, and people we're going crazy dancing around.

I guess that's why it was only 3/4 full on the floor. I imagine they could have sold more tickets, but for fire codes and overcrowding, there was plenty of room to move around down there. The center stage came out pretty far.
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