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Probaby my last concert at the Cotillion

I'm all for having a good time - especially at a concert. I've been to well over 100 concerts in my lifetime, probably closer to 150. I have never experienced crowds as rude and out of control as they are at the Cotillion. I swore 10 years ago when we saw REO Speedwagon there that I wouldn't go back. Well, I guess my memory dimmed over the years, so Kaitlin and I decided to go see country artist Keith Anderson last night. The evening started off fine. The lead-off act was pretty good. Kaitlin and I went and stood with the crowd in front of the stage when Keith came out to perform. Between getting shoved as people pushed in front of us, getting kicked, elbowed and poked in the back because the people behind us were so drunk they could barely stand, to getting beer, water and ice thrown in the crowd (and on us!) three times - I will never go back there again! What's sad is that the crowd wasn't even that big! Come on people - have a great time - even drink a little (as long as you have a designated driver like I did), but don't ruin the show for other people! I bet most of you don't even remember the concert!


Heather rules said…
That stinks.
I might have been one to ruin your REO experience 10 years ago. I was there and pretty loaded. Sorry. ;o(

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