Plus, if you don't want to pay $75 to see them, then don't pay it. Nobody is holding a gun to your head.
EXACTLY!!! Just enjoy the show, but be aware of where they're playing.
I had meet & greet passes for Edmonton and Red Deer. Gord D. didn't show up for the Edmonton one, but he was at the Red Deer one...he says that he's getting a little tired (which explains the lack of energy that night). Road life isn't easy...I'm surprised he has so much energy most nights!
Captain Canada wrote:After seeing them in Chicago at the House of Blues, seeing them at a big venue was a bit of a change.
We all know that most live performances are best played in a small, intimate and interactive environment; it's not just The Hip.
When I go and buy tickets for the Hip in an arena, I do knowing that it won't sound as well as a little venue (like MacEwan Hall). One thing I hated at Rexall was hearing ppl complain of how bad the sound is.....really!!!? It's Rexall....expect it, live with it, & enjoy it.
All that $$$ there you guys should build a new arena...lol
Our fairly new MTS center (Winnipeg) has outsatnding sound, the Hip opened it up two years back. For an arena the sound is just superb. No NHL though....
A Hip set list is like a box of chocolates..you never know which one you're going to get.
You're welcome! There were so many of them that I just couldn't be bothered to do the processing until now. It's a shame I don't have a better zoom, but I'm glad I was able to capture the lighting and videos for most of the songs, that ought to help me remember things.