, attached to 2019-06-30

Review by CosmicJamz

CosmicJamz Stellar show from top to bottom. I've been to a bunch of Camden shows. My most memorable was sitting second row on 7/10/99 and the stellar July 4th 2000 celebration. Always are great way to spend a summer weekend (in Philly). Shout out to Camden BB&T for IMO have the best lawns. The sight-lines and sound are great. Lots of space where you can find it and a stupendous view of Philly skyline. Loved the fireworks from the lawn on Saturday. The egress is great, except for the crammed-in pits which looked toyt. I sat Pavs for this night Page side.
The show was captivating from the opening notes of The Curtain. Got the place shaking with a solid Buried Alive > Camel Walk. The rest sans P&M got me so 1.0'd. Lots of old memories resurfaced when seeing classics like Mango and Driver > Bowie. Second set was dimensional to the max, especially in 20 yrs Later jam. BBFCFM > Tweezer was pure high voltage hose. Page MVP with MEAP. The rest of the set is pure joy. The encore with the surprise Julius crushed it.


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