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Quuensryche was good.How ever after the show they did a meet and greet .My brother was told that they would sign CDs after the show .This was in a small bar.We went and got a CD and got in line.I was looking forward to this as i have been a fan for 20 years and own all CDs and box sets.Well come to find out that you needed a pass to meet them .There was only like 50 people left in the bar .30 of them were on line .So my question is why couldn't everyone get to meet them .When i saw Candlebox at the same bar they did a meet and greet with the bar.Then took the time to sign CDs for all .Quuensryche whats up after we spent the night watching your show in 100 degree heat .We couldn't even get a CD signed? Thought your show was great but think you need to take alittle more time with fans .HINDER,SHINEDOWN ,AND CANDLEBOX have all treated there fans great when playing at Northern lights.Thanks to all bands who do give fans time
The AMERICAN SOLDIER performance at Kansas City was totally awesome. My favorite concert performance of theirs my whole life. Been to six other concerts. Geoff and his daughter sang Home Again together, and it was amazing. Sang Empire and Take Hold of the Flame for the encore. All my favorites played from Rage for Order, American Soldier and Empire except for At 30,000 Feet (my one unfulfilled wish). Other than that, QR was in top form, great interaction with the audience and great set costumes. They had Fratto come out in a desert uniform with the Triryche insignia where his rank his supposed to be and a Triryche tattoo on his left arm colored in with red, white and blue like the American Flag. Solid tribute to American military personnel! Highly recommend fans at all levels to attend this tour, well worth the trip from out of town to be there!
It ROCKED!!!!! Best night of my life!!! I didn't want it to end!!!
Although Warehouse Live is a clean venue (bathrooms were ALWAYS clean), when you try and pack that many people in, they should have anticipated the fact when they built it that the stage was way too low for people to view in the back. If you were not in the front forget about seeing anything. You had to be on your toes the whole time or lucky to be on someone's shoulders. There was not enough air conditioning even when we arrived before the show ever started. It was a lot better than being outside at Cynthia Woods in Woodlands but boy they could sure improve. I will have to think twice before going back there. It would really be a band I would like to see like Queensryche. I don't see the purpose for armbands though. No one looked at them before you ordered a drink. I am saying this because I have a niece that is 17 and she went to a concert there last year. I don't think they care who gets served alcohol once they have put the wristband on and are inside.
The show on the other hand was AWESOME! Sound was incredible and couldn't get any better than what they did. Sure was nice to see a quality band and them put forth so much effort in making the audience happy. EXCELLENT ENCORE!
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