, attached to 2016-07-22

Review by mysticfox

mysticfox You know how sometimes, especially with webcast shows, people will try to tell you that "you had to be there" to truly appreciate a mediocre-to-decent but not great or amazing show?

You probably would have had the same opinion seeing this show in person as you did on couch tour. Although maybe if you were in the crowd, you'd be mad that you weren't comfortably in your pajamas and not dealing with everyone who couldn't shut up.

Seriously. LA crowds are the worst. And they can take an OK show and turn it bad.

If I consider the music I listened to--and that only--this show wasn't bad. No huge terrible flubs, not too many poorly placed songs, got a lot of songs I expected. While this show in no way ranks at the top of my list for tour musically, it certainly isn't in the bottom.

But when you consider the entire experience of the show...this was certainly my least favorite show I attended all tour. Dudes behind me talked through most of set one. Asked them nicely to quit down during Antelope (because come on!)--which they agreed, but a few minutes into the song they were back at it again. Seriously everyone, put down the coke....and you spent upwards of $70 for the show, so getting WASTED probably isn't the smartest way to enjoy a show. :::sigh:::


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