Here's a recap of yesterday's events through pictures:
|Gooey Butter Cake Cappucino. Enough said.|
|Subway - 6 inch turkey, monterey cheddar, spinach, cucumber,|
black olives & honey mustard on 9-grain honey at
Upon arrival at Joe Louis, I immediately made my way straight for the merchandise booth. Why would I be in a hurry to fork over money for an over-priced Linkin Park shirt when I already own about 15? For the first time in my life I was able to fit into a girl's babydoll Linkin Park shirt. All of the ones I own are men's XL. Pam convinced me to change into right that second; I think she as as excited about it as I was!
Next up after the merch booth?
Don't mind if I do!
We sat and listened to Pendulum, one of the opening bands. I liked them a lot and actually just bought their CD off iTunes. They play alternative electronic rocky type music. I'm listening to it right now!
Side note: After their performace, I actually ended up changing back into my original concert outfit. I have a thing with wearing concert merch at the show you bought it at. Plus I didn't want to be dressed like anyone else at the concert. I wonder if there's a name for people like me. Like snobby.
After what seemed like an eternity, Linkin Park finally made their way to the stage! I took over 100 pictures of them, but I'll just show you the best ones ;)
I think Joe forgot to change out of his snow boots before the show started. And his pajamas.
Mike and Chester played with the fans on the floor. I. was. so. jealous.
Like I said, it was an amazing show. I only have two complaints:
1. The line for the ladies' room:
2. Mike's look. Um, hello emo twelve-year old.
Seriously? What is up with that hair? And SUNGLASSES?! Really.
I took quite a few videos as well, but am debating posting any of them on account of my God-aweful singing/rapping/screaming that you can unfortunately hear in the background. I'll let you decide if I should post any. Anyone who wants to embarrass me, comment with a yes.