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  1. IN. See y'all there! (in Montreal)
  2. My thoughts exactly edger! Won't be able to fit in this moe show because of peach. Hopefully they get added to the Peach Fest lineup later.
  3. Wow. I said that almost 8 years ago, and followed through on none of it! I go to more high-priced shows than ever, and pretty much all of the bands I like are still on the road.
  4. I'd go, but I already have plans to attend a Phish concert in the former murder capital of the USA. Love the Stones, but I love Phish more!
  5. Same thing with me Booche - got duped into buying a pair of lawns when I thought I was getting pits. Thankfully I have two friends willing to buy my lawn tickets. I'll sit with a friend who scored lower 300s in the Phish mail order. Gold!
  6. I wonder if "TED-style talks" is code for brown acid?
  7. Hey! I'm going to that Ryley show too. Perhaps I'll see you there dave-O
  8. If they really wanted recreate the Woodstock experience, they should encourage everyone to come naked!
  9. Several of these locations are quite drive-able from Ottawa: Mar 28, 2019 | Torrington, CT @ Warner Theatre Mar 29, 2019 | Plymouth, NH @ Flying Monkey PAC Mar 30, 2019 | Plattsburgh, NY @ The Strand Theater Apr 4, 2019 | Huntington, NY @ The Paramount Apr 5, 2019 | Stowe, VT @ Spruce Peak PAC Apr 6, 2019 | Staten Island, NY @ St. George Theatre Apr 11, 2019 | Homer, NY @ Center for the Arts Apr 12, 2019 | Newton, NJ @ Newton Theater Apr 13, 2019 | Beverly, MA @ Cabot Theater Jun 29, 2019 | New Martinsville, WV @ Back Home Festival Sep 1, 2019 | Lakeville, PA @ Cove Haven Southern Rock Festival
  10. Yes, it was just a 3 piece band (including Tara). Guitar, bass drums.
  11. I'm disappointed that I jumped on these tickets immediately when they went on sale. That was highly unnecessary, as tickets for decent seats could have been purchased for as little as 10 bucks on the day of the show. Lesson learned. No matter now. I still enjoyed myself. We arrived early well before Tara Lightfoot's 3 piece band took the stage. She's a solid guitar rocker and I enjoyed the short late afternoon set. Sturgill Simpson, I've heard, is a country musician. Or is he? He certainly did not sound very country. This was loud, guitar-driven, heavy jam/blues rock. I wasn't surprised though, as I'd seen this band at the Bluesfest almost 2 months ago. Highly recommended. The Teseschi Trucks band never fails to get me up dancing. This caused some conflict with the people behind us. My brother, my friend, and I all got up to dance for some grooving songs. The folks behind us preferred to sit on their hands. After a couple of songs, some handfuls of popcorn were thrown at us. Then the shouting started. I'm pretty easy going, I don't want to piss anyone off, so I sat down. My buddy continued to exercise his right to dance and the situation escalated. Security was having none of this. They re-located the complainers temporarily to some empty seats a couple of rows in front of us. I've been to concerts all over North America, and I must say Toronto music fans are the least lively. Doesn't matter who the performer is, just sit down and don't move! Willie Nelson & Family played an hour long set of country favorites. A true legend! I cant' expand much on edger's comments, but it was strange how the house lights came on exactly at 10:45 pm, even before the final notes of Willie's set had been played! It was like they wanted everyone out of there as soon as possible. I totally enjoyed all the acts and had a fun time on a chilly, blustery Sunday night on the shore of Lake Ontario.
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