What's to see?
Day 306 was my very first concert experience with Third Eye Blind.
I’m not a fan of waiting and my adventure happened at the end of the day. As it goes these are the nail biters. What do I do if it all goes to hell?
True confession... I only listened to Third Eye Blind on YouTube in preparation for this experience. I'm not much of a fan.
The concert is in outside and the lawn seating creates a great stadium view for about an hour, until it starts to rain.
Set the stage for this adventure, Littleton Colorado, end of July, pouring rain. I've been here for about a week and when I arrived half of the state was under caution for wildfires. It's been dry as a dustbowl.
And yet as I sat with the sun on my face those tiny drops of rain began to fall. This wasn't a light sprinkle it was a freakfest of water soaking through everything. I was squishing in places
I just never ever want to.
The rain stopped shortly before the sun set and now it's dark, I'm wet and cold. Sounds like the ideal setting for a concert with a band that I'm not a huge fan of.
The opening act was very entertaining and they finished playing before the storm. If there is a bright side it's that lightning never came so the show went on.
As concerts go this is yet another okay experience. I've been to very few life changing performances and I thought maybe this would be one.
The company was beyond great and after everything I wouldn't choose this band but I will keep the people.
Love & Light
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