The first concert that I went to was the Wu-Tang Clan in San Francisco before Ol' Dirty Bastard Died. It was amazing!. I believe it was in '97 or '98.
I am interpreting you to mean pop music or rock and roll music, rather than a live classical music performance where I live. As such, my first concert was actually New Kids on the block in Vancouver.
The first concert I ever went to was the "Bee Gees" It was amazing. Within a month I also attended a Beach Boys concert as well. It was a great month.....I remember it well.
The All American Rejects in Las Vegas 2003! It was a date that I didn't particularly want to go on, but I thought the concert would be fun!
The Who - Wembley Stadium 1978 supported by Nils Lofgren, ACDC, and The Stranglers! My grandparents worked in the bars at Wembley and for big sporting events or concerts I got in too. The best part being I was paid to stock the shelves in the bar (even though I was only 14 at the time) but spent most of it up in the press gallery with a birds eye view of the whole stadium. Brilliant but so loud!
The Stray Cats on the campus of William and Mary....they only had one hit song.....but they were nice enough to play it three times during the show....that song was of course Stray Cat Strut.
The first concert I ever went to was Fall Out Boy in 2006 in San Francisco. Panic at the Disco was opening, along with Boys Like Girls, and Motion City Soundtrack. It was great.
Deep Purple, at a bar I was sixteen and couldn't get past the front door, so we snuck in the back. We got thrown out after one song, but we listened to the show from the parking lot... lol
Hall and Oates. Corey Hart opened. Don't ask me why. It seemed cool at the time.
RUSH in 1976. i was blown away .after that i couldn't get enough .
Peter Frampton and Yes at JFK stadium in Philadephia Pa
If i exclude local bands concerts, it was Iron Maiden that I first saw live.
Always going to remember that, real metal!
Unfortunately, it was Britney Spears when she first came out!
by scauthor1969 7 years ago
If you could only visit one sports venue, which would it be?
by Kristen Mazzola 5 years ago
What was the first concert you went to see?
by FloraBreenRobison 6 years ago
This is an offshoot of mickeySr.'s forum thread on first concerts. What was your most exciting concert you attended? Mine was seeing David Bowie in Vancouver in 2004.
by Wonder Referrals 7 years ago
What was the best concert that you ever attended ?What was the best concert performance that you ever attended ?I just attended The Budweiser SuperFest and it was awesome,so tell me what yours ?
by vicki simms 23 months ago
Have you ever seen or experienced your guardian angel?They say your guardian angel is by your side all the time, have you sensed it or felt it? are they real or just a myth?
by gauravamberkar 6 years ago
Share your best moment in which you felt that your heart is coming out of your ribs after you did it.
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