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Rosanna West from Indianapolis, Indiana
THE EAGLES CONTINUE TO SOAR!
My friend and I drove to Indianapolis yesterday from DC to enjoy the first concert of the Eagles 2018 tour. We splurged and bought 7th row floor seats because we really wanted the experience to be great. The band was amazing and Vince Gill and Deacon Frey fit in seamlessly. I couldn’t have dreamed of a better performance. That being said, I have a warning for future concert attendees. My friend and I experienced something I would have deemed unbelievable for a concert, especially on the floor. Nobody was standing. If you wanted to stand up and maybe dance a little, you were strongly encouraged by your neighbors to sit back down as they couldn’t see. I was also asked to stop cheering by the guy in front of me. I find this so odd. Why would you get floor seats if you want to sit quietly? Mind boggling to me. Concerts are supposed to be fun and lively. I guess the fan base is getting old, but if the guys in the band are still rocking, the fans should be allowed to as well.
Amy from Middletown IN
EAGLES HARMONY OPENED THE SHOW
Seven Bridges Road - the harmony that brought us in and brings us back to the Eagles for 40 years and counting. Vince and Deacon fit like a hand in a glove; Joe, Timothy, and Don like vintage wine - improving with age: standing the test of time. An evening greatly anticipated was everything and then some - everybody's "gonna talk about the next big thing" . . . .
Greg Gola from Gurnee, Illinois
Have loved the Eagles since the 70's, yes I am "that old", but they still have what drew me to them originally. Lyrics, guitar playing, drums, rhythm and harmonies. Geez, they were fantastic! The first stop on their 2018 tour and they did not disappoint, but rather gave us (the audience) and almost 3 hour concert of great Eagles music. The United Center appeared full except for the area behind the stage, so maybe 20,000 fans. Also got to see new additions to the Eagles including Glenn Fry's son Deacon and Don Henley's son. How cool is that? If you love the Eagles and have the opportunity to see them this year, do it. You will not be disappointed. The United Center is also a great concert venue and has a variety of food available on site. I would not bring children or your mother as this is not "their" music and to me would be a definite buzz kill.
from Chicago, Illinois
COULDN'T ASK FOR BETTER
If you are an Eagles fan, you gotta go. Glenn left a void but Deacon and Vince fill it as well as it could possibly be filled. I absolutely loved the show and they give you all they got cause they stay on stage close to 3 hours. Loved it. Would follow them everywhere if it were financially possible
Dennis from Chicago, Illinois
ABSOLUTELY TOP SHELF !!
Been to probably 200 of the top concerts of the last 40 years and this one ranks very high on my list, definitely in the top 10. The music was perfect, both in sound and craft. A bargain considering 28 songs. And a most pleasing feature... whoever designed the overhead video presentation deserves an award. Don't think I would have liked any floor seats or seats in the front rows, because you then would not have gotten the effect of the perfect video presentation which made every more distant seat in the house better than the front rows. Sounds impossible, but that's what happened.
David from Las Vegas, Nevada
it was a real treat for me when, as a young man listening countless times to hotel California album in the former soviet union and last night to see it Live. Awesome experience ! Loved the string orchestra participation also.
Terry from Phoenix. AZ
BETTER THAN EVER
How incredible that a bunch of old guys (save Deacon Frey) could sound so sensational. With the 40 voice choir and 30 piece orchestra they soared.
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