The Trans-Siberian Orchestra. I went with my uncle, we had terrible seats. We kept seat hopping throughout the night and were always in the first row. It was amazing. All these lights and instruments playing in sync with each other. Wonderful. Best night of my life.
You really should. They're amazing. Indescribable.
K'naan lol -_-
Justin bieber world tour 2.0
Backstreet boys. I was 6 and got the tickets for christmas. I don't think I really appreciated it as much as I could've but I was 6, so though we were in the third row, it was probably not money well spent, even though my mom got the tickets pretty cheap because of connections
Van Halen 1982
Boston,Black Sabbath,Van Halen and Sammy Hagar.It was a stadium concert.Money extremely well spent.
That would have been an awesome concert! Who was singing for Black Sabbath at that time?
Original line up -Ozzy.I also saw the Ronnie James Dio line up as well.
Ronnie James Dio<br />
It's a night I'll never forget, thats for sure. ; )
Free would have been nice but it was well worth the $30 or whatever it cost back then....Honestly surprised I remember it...hahahahahaha
Iron Maiden, with Anthrax opening. Yes money well spent!
Stephaine Mills and Teddy Pendergrass my boyfriend purchased the tickets and it was well worth it. I was a freshman in college.
The Anger Management Tour. Xzibit, Papa Roach, Eminem, and Limp Bizkit. It was at the time. But I don't care for any of them anymore.
Culture Club 1984
I was 13 or 14 and went to see Led Zeppelin.Unfortunately the concert was cancelled due to rain.......it sucked but I kept the ticket anyways.
KC & the Sunshine Band Feb 25, 1977 - and still going whenever I get a chance. Next schedule show August 3, 2012 (KISS & Motley Crue)
MC Hammer. At the time, yes.
My first concert was when I was 12 years old I went with my Father to see the Beach Boys. I had a good time.
Blood, Sweat & Tears
Lil wayne and yes money well spent
Pink Floyd on the opening night of their last tour with my dad when I was 6.
aerosmith - 1974 - i worked as an usher for the theatre where they performed
Alice Cooper in 2003...I was 17. It was awesome!