A little late, but here are my pics from the show:
Cool pics, thanks for posting them.
I got pretty lucky. I got on ticketmaster and searched best 3 seats available and they were in the back corner. Then I saw there was an option to by the new Tom Petty cd with your tickets and I was curious if you get better seats doing this. Well after searching it pulled up seats in the 6th row, center section. It was well worth the 16 bucks for the new Tom Petty cd, because we were 6 rows dead center right in front of Eddie. After asking around it sounds like they might have been fan club tickets (tom petty) that just didn't sell so they released them on ticketmaster a few days before the show. I'm still in shock!
here are some short videos from the Denver night 1 concert that I took off my digital camera
they turned out pretty good except it seems when I uploaded them the audio and video became off... enjoy.
it may be that you haven't seen Petty all that much...I am not a petty fan but do head out to see the band whenever they are near...just the fact that they are legends and play great music, Tom is owed our respect, him and the Heartbreakers have paid their dues. Anyway, their set tonight was smokin...never seen Petty rock like that, normally it's a rocker with some low key sprinkled in to even things out ....not tonight, I thought Tom set it off. Also nice to hear "hey those PJ guys are a pretty good band, who would have guessed it." From some older Petty fans while I was taking a leak
The Camaro's Hood wrote:
Want to know your opinion on them playing Jeremy in Denver with Colombine in the area. Thought it was a little odd. Tell me what you think. you're local...I want to know what you all think.
Jeremy is not about Columbine. Yes, it is similar. If they played Rival, I would have found it more odd. I do not think that Jeremy is anything close to a "celebration" of death, suicide, school shootings or anything of the sort. I think we need to remember to put everything into its context. Pearl Jam is clearly not a band that thinks, "Isn't Columbine awesome?" Where no offense is intended, none should be taken. So for me, it was simply great to get to hear Jeremy again after so long.