A few pics from the concert
I didn't get many, but here are some!
They were selling glowing devil ears for $15 and a surprising amount of people bought them.
The concert was a really broad mix of people and ages. There were the slutty fake boob ladies and the old mullets and families with kids (!!!) and teenagers...
They didn't allow cameras (Chris smuggled the PowerShot in his back pocket), which I think is a stupid rule these days considering the abundance of cell phone cameras at every concert.
Glowing cell phone screens double as lighters in the dark... One guy actually held up a lighter for a second (for what song, I can't remember), but I didn't get a pic in time.
At concerts, I'm fairly obsessed with noting the details. While scanning the stage with the binoculars, I noticed that they had a teleprompter. I doubt they had to use it much, but it's still funny. Way to look old and forgetful, guys.
Here's a blurry Chris:
He had the best time. And even though he is notoriously frugal (he got sick last week from eating some Indian sauce from the cupboard that had expired in April because he refuses to throw stuff away) and the concert cost $300+ for the both of us, he said it was "worth every penny." Amazing.