Nickelback’s Feed The Machine Tour rocked Rogers Place in Edmonton Alberta. With opening acts Shaman’s Harvest, and Cheap Trick.
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A Head Full of Coldplay
Coldplay’s A Head Full Of Dreams tour is a magical burst of colour, great music and energy. This is a show, and a live band that should never be missed! With opening acts Alina Baraz and Tove Lo.
Festival City: Edmonton Folk Fest 2017
Edmonton may not be the most glamorous city in the world. It’s not Paris. It’s not Dublin. Or New York. It’s freaking cold and dreary in the winter. But damn, this city knows how to party in the summertime. The prime example: the annual Edmonton Folk Fest, a four day celebration of some of the world’s finest folk musicians.
Gaga for Gaga in Edmonton
Who jumps off of a plane after seeing concerts in Europe only to go to another concert a day later?? Crazy people, that’s who! Me, that’s who! Not going to cancel my U2 in Europe holiday, but can’t miss Gaga’s Joanne World Tour either! So I went… a little bit jet lagged… It was totally worth it!
Jet-lagged Musings of U2 in Brussels
Over 80 days ago, on May 12, 2017, U2 set out on a beautiful musical journey that would captivate their audiences with a 30-year-old album. I was lucky enough to start my own musical journey with them that day for a total of 5 shows, just now finishing in Brussels on August 1, 2017.
The Church of U2 – Congregating for Dublin shows
So July 22 was U2 The Joshua Tree Tour in Dublin at Croke Park… sigh… I’m still processing the awesomeness… It is hard to put into words the significance of going to a U2 concert in Dublin (their hometown, for anyone who might not know…), but I am going to try…
A Brief History Of Everthing: Counting Crows and Matchbox 20
Part two of my summer of concerts continues at Rogers Place, a mere four days after Duran Duran in almost the same seat, for Counting Crows and Matchbox 20 and their co-headlining tour: A Brief History of Everything.
In Search of Paper Gods. Duran Duran in Edmonton
So when the ultimate 80s synth band Rock Gods, Duran Duran, announced they were coming to my town, I jumped at the chance to see these Wild Boys live. I mean, come on, Notorious, Rio, Hungry Like a Wolf!!?? Live!? Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, John Taylor, and Roger Taylor in the flesh? Delivering the tunes of my hey day? How could I not go? What kind of fangirl/Searcher of Rod Gods would I be if I didn’t go???
“If We Don’t Organize, We Agonize”: Finding the Socio-Political Messaging in U2’s The Joshua Tree Tour 2017
Ok. Time to get serious here. My first three shows for the U2 The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 are now […]
Pedestals and Nector of The Rock Gods: U2 Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, CA May 17, 2017
I may have a bit of a pedestal for U2… After all, Rock Gods and pedestals go hand in hand, […]