Maybe, but I'm not sure it will ever happen. Actually, they first waited sth like 12h on Heatrow cuz flight was delayed, and then on their way from Frankfurt to Belgrade, equipment was gone. Thankfully I had SBTRKT, Diplo and Redlight performing same night, so it wasn't bad at all at the end.king_oxymoron wrote:Oh no that's awful luck, will it be rearranged?!
RayRay wrote:Concerts I've been to:
Cher (Ahoy 2004)
Céline Dion (The Hague May 1995; Ahoy December 1995; Ahoy October 1996; A'dam Arena June 1997; A'dam Arena June 1999; Sportpaleis Antwerp May 2008; and going later this year!)
Michael Jackson (De Kuip 1992; A'dam Arena 1996)
Madonna (De Kuip 1987; De Kuip 1990; Paris 2001; Gelredome 2004; A'dam Arena 2006; A'dam Arena 2008; A'dam Ziggo Dome 2012 )
Barbra Streisand (Ziggo Dome A'dam 2013)
This year:luckyONE wrote:I haven't been to many concerts yet.
OMGmenime123 wrote:My list:
S Club 7
The Black Eyed Peas
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Corinne Bailey Rae
Ben. E. King
I also have had tickets to see Bjork, Eminem and Michael Jackson, but they got cancelled. Biggest regret I'd not seeing Whitney and Amy Winehouse, and on my wish list is Celine Dion, Britney and Adele.
I've also seen 200+ west end musicals and probably around 40 solo gigs from west end performs (who have their own albums, and do gigs to around 30-40 people).
I just love to see people live
2014: Beyoncé (again )IrishLamb wrote:Add Beyoncé to this, going to see her in MayIrishLamb wrote:Cant remember the year but I went to see S Club 7, and Busted Twice
2009: Beyonce, Shontelle as opening act
2010: Whitney Houston & Leona Lewis
2011: Alexandra Burke
2012: Lady Gaga, The Darkness as Opening act
2013: Carrie Underwood
What was the set list Shorty?Shorty wrote:I just got home from seeing Queen & Adam Lambert. WHAT AN AMAZING NIGHT.
Adam is so DAMN talented, he's one of the best singers in the industry right now, he has such a great voice I am officially an Adam fan forever, I adored him before this but I love him EVEN more now!
He wasn't trying to replace Freddie Mercury, but rather offer a different take, and he did such a great job. He definitely did him justice! You could tell the rest of Queen love playing with him too.
I was one of the youngest people there The encore was my favourite part with We Will Rock You & We Are The Champions, with everybody swaying with their arms in the air
I also got a seat upgrade before the show, from row 44 to row 17! I was metres from the stage and could see everything clearly, I hardly had to look at the big screens
I'm deaf now hahaha
It was a bit hard to tell, cos some of the songs I didn't know the name of and it was non-stop right from the get go but Wiki says this was the setlist:jimmypages59 wrote:What was the set list Shorty?
I'm looking back and recognising the songs now!"Procession"
"Now I'm Here"
"Stone Cold Crazy"
"Another One Bites the Dust"
"Fat Bottomed Girls"
"In the Lap of the Gods"
"Seven Seas of Rhye"
"Somebody to Love"
"I Want It All"
"Love of My Life"
"These Are the Days of Our Lives"
"Bass Solo/Drum Battle"
"Who Wants to Live Forever"
"Guitar Solo/Last Horizon"
"Tie Your Mother Down"
"Radio Ga Ga"
"Crazy Little Thing Called Love"
"The Show Must Go On"
"We Will Rock You"
"We Are the Champions"
"God Save the Queen"