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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by JM4CY, May 5, 2017.
seems necessary. Who's seeing what where?
Soundgarden in Council Bluffs on 5/12
Metallica in Newton on 6/9
In this Moment in Des Moines on 7/26
They were supposed to perform at Awesome Biker Nights in Sioux City last year. Everything was cancelled because of a crazy storm that rolled in about 9pm so I just hung out at my hotel and drank beer.
They have to be one of the hardest working bands out there. It seems they are always on tour.
Nathaniel Rateliff and the Nightsweats (last night)
** hoping to also get tickets for:
St. Paul and the Broken Bones
Drive By Truckers
Hall and Oats because a hot chick ask me to go.
Really good seats for Neil Diamond.
Reel Big Fish is playing at Simon Estes on July 3 for Nitefall on the River. I haven't decided if I'm going to go, but that's one that sticks out in my mind.
My wife and mother-in-law are seeing Chris Isaak (playing @ Hoyt Sherman this August). Reminds of a quote from Flight of the Conchords:
"Women like three things:
* Men in kilts
* Southern Comfort
* and Chris Isaak's 'Wicked Game'"
The unusual.... 80-35, Hinterland.....
Not this summer but I also got Chris Stapleton Tickets
Was also looking at going to Nashville of Labor day for Live on the Green.... Great past lists, no announcement yet. I am was also looking at Turnpike Toubidours, Reel Big Fish and The Queers at Nite Fall on the River.
Diet Cigs also play at Gaslamp in June....
Also heard about this one festival the Ja Rule was putting on in the Bahamas.... Sounds amazing and free cheese sandwiches.
so far...Shinedown in Medford OR, and then just last week went to Las Rageous...two day rock festival in downtown Las Vegas. saw Killswitch Engage, All That Remains, Eagles of Death Metal, Mastadon, Coheed and Cambria, Godsmack, Avenged Sevenfold and others there. last week on a work trip saw Royal Bliss in a small bar in Billings MT. A good start to the concert season!
I hate your face. SO jealous.
Ryan Adams will be at Hinterland, so I'll see him. Going to Tom Petty in June, and Hinterland in August. Have a big project going on at work, so I'm missing Electric Six, Turnpike Troubadours, and some of the others I really wanted to see this summer.
No need to put the qualifier out there to justify seeing Hall & Oates. They kick ass.
Maneater, Private Eyes, I Can't Go for That, Say It Isn't So, You Make My Dreams, etc
What's not to like?
(I am also attending )
Rich Girl, Out of Touch, Kiss Is On My List. All were available on the Call & Oates hotline once upon a time. Which is still programmed into my phone. Because Hall and Oates are freaking awesome.
(I could not talk Janny into going.)
Wasn't sure if I should "like" this or not. The parenthesis make me sad for you
My concert lineup so far:
5/19 - Primus (Hoyt Sherman Place, Des Moines)
5/22 - Stone Sour, Green Death (Wooly's, Des Moines)
5/23 - Red Hot Chili Peppers (Wells Fargo, Des Moines)
5/25 - Everclear (Brenton Skating Plaza, Des Moines)
6/9 - Metallica, Volbeat, Avenged Sevenfold (Iowa Speedway, Newton)
7/8 - Hellyeah (Wooly's, Des Moines)
7/21 - Paul McCartney (Wells Fargo, Des Moines)
9/27 - Melvins (Wooly's, Des Moines)
It's going to be a great summer!
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
I saw Chris Isaak at a festival last summer and he was terrific, caught me completely by surprise.
Don't waste your time. Art has lost it big time, saw they at RAGBRAI a few years back... Possibly one of the worst shows of recent memory and it was free... I know the Grand bridge did not help, but they just seemed dated.
Looking forward to Alanis in Sioux City this Aug.
I was at that show, too. I thought they were OK actually, but I've been a fan since their first album so there may have been some bias.
I am so irrationally excited - I found $20 tickets on CraigsList. It's probably a scam, but he wants cash and we're meeting in public, so I'm PROBABLY not getting murdered.