It wan't bad, it was just so loud!
There had to be 30,000 people at their show, and it was the second of the day. There was fireworks and tremendously loud music. It was dazzling, but I am one that would not go back. Saw "The Rat Pack" last night at the FOX Theater here in St. Louis, and it was wonderful. Am sure I am over the hill!
Jerry, thanks for that explanation:
I guess I am old enough to officially hate very loud music. Recently my wife and I went to see the Animals with Eric Burdon, who is a geezer like me and a band that is 40 years younger than us and him. His music was so loud that even in the cheap seats we were blasted for hours, and it took a while and a couple glasses of wine to get it back! Full disclosure, in the 1960s I went to a number of rock concerts where the sounds were very loud, but I got over that. Firing a 105mm Howitzer in the US Army was not quite as loud but almost.
I wish I had been living or stationed here in Monterey in 1967 to see and hear the Monterey Pop Festival considered by some to be the best and most diverse rock concert ever, even with the missing acts (Beach Boys among them). Eric wrote a song about this called "Down in Monterey," which many of us old-timers will now look for on you-tube!
Another Mannheim Steamroller hit from 12/2011 at Universal Orlando.
With all that light and sound, you almost got me thrown out of this RI!
That would be too much for me, but I know a lot love that action music. I am going back to my Tennessee Ernie Ford Christmas Music. The "Old Pea-Picker" has some great Christmas songs!