I haven't seen them since 94 or 95, so I can't give any first-hand accounts. I have a friend that saw them over the summer and said it was one of the best Rush shows he's ever seen. (and he's seen them a TON) Something like 3 hours long, along with lotsa old gems. (2112, Bytor, etc.) Works for me! They're coming back to Boston soon, so I'm thinking about going.
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I'm going to see them in West Palm Beach, FL on October 11th. Looking forward to the show, although the ticket prices were significantly higher than what I paid for 1996's Test For Echo tour. (~$65 versus $40 or so)
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Originally posted by Aldo D 2112I'm going to see them in West Palm Beach, FL on October 11th. Looking forward to the show, although the ticket prices were significantly higher than what I paid for 1996's Test For Echo tour. (~$65 versus $40 or so)
Aldo..trust me..I saw the Test For echo Tour stop in SA and The Vapor Trails tour in SA. It's well worth every penny spent.
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:\I'm going to see them on 11/04 at the Gund Arena in Cleveland. I'm excited to see them again, but I was a little leary to get tickets because I wasn't too impressed with the Vapor Trails CD. Maybe I was just overly "hyped" for some new material from them, but I didn't like VT as much as their previous CD's (just my opinion). What did everybody else think of VT ??
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