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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 2018-01-21, 12:01 PM Thread Starter
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What is the best concert you’ve ever been to?

In your opinion?
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 2018-01-21, 12:08 PM
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Mark Knopfler performed here a few years ago. Great music and flawless performance in a limited seating venue. One of my all time favorite musicians.
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Queen at Maple Leaf Gardens was my favorite of all.
Rush New Year's eve concerts were pretty good back in the day.

Too funny you got me thinking about so many venues around Toronto where I use to catch live music.

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- ac/dc loudest I think I have experienced on floor

Ottawa Scotiabank place,
-Metallica twice best sound closest I have been 100 level

Ottawa blues fest
-iron maiden not enough old songs
-inxs jd fortune lead.

Ottawa TD place
-AC/DC amazing show how these old guys still do it amazes me. On floor
-GnR amazing show great seats south side

Toronto Rogers Centre
-GnR 500 level is crap
-Metallica 300 level is ok





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The Who at CNE stadium late 70's...

Oshawa Civic Centre for Keith Richards who had to do a couple of shows for the C.N.I.B. as part of a court ordered community service type of thing back in the 70's.. Then the whole band (Rolling Stones) came out. Amazing show. I was at the earlier (afternoon) performance which many said was far better than the later show.

Bruce Cockburn at Hamilton Place, late 70's or early 80's. Another amazing show.

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The Beatles - MLG.- 1964 [in the 'Greens'-still have tix stub]

Elton John - Yellow Brick Road Tour @ MLG -- 1973[?]

The Stones - Steel Wheels Tour @ Skydome [late 80's?]

Pink Floyd. - Earl's Court in London, Eng. 1973

Emerson, Lake & Palmer in Genoa, Italy - 1972[?]

Roy Buchanan - Marquee Club. - London Eng. - 1973[?]

Bob Dylan @ Massey Hall. - early 90s[?]

plus dozens of great blues bands at the Ontario Place Forum in the '80s
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The Beatles supporting Roy Orbison in Brighton England in the '60s.


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I think this concert was referred to on Randy Bachman's CBC show on Sat. night. I believe this might be the first time he wore sunglasses because he'd lost/misplaced his reg. ones. Can you comment on that. What a great concert to be a part of!
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Desert Trip 2016 in Indio, CA: Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, The Who, Roger Waters and Bob Dylan (who might as well have been in a studio... did not seem to notice the crowd at all)
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