I bought tickets for my girlfriend, her best friend and myself to catch the Toby Keith and Rascal Flatts concert at the Edmonton Skyreach Centre on January 23rd. Our tickets are in the lower bowl, section 110, row 13. These bloody things cost me $200...I hope it's gonna be a good concert.
Which leads me to a question: Has anyone caught a Toby Keith concert? What am I to expect in this?
Here's another question: is anyone else attending? Maybe we can hook up for a beer afterward or something.
PS: It's good to be back here.
Professional wrestling is the only sport where participants are just thrown right into the audience, and no one in the crowd thinks anything unusual is happening. If you're watching a golf tournament and Jack Nicklaus goes flying over your head--first of all, I would say you're watching a very competitive sport. -- Jerry Seinfeld
I haven't seen him live, yet, but several of our friends went to his 9-11 anniversary show up in Allegan and came back with rave reviews. The general consensus was bring your party clothes cause you're going to have a good time whether you want to or not. Depending on how much time they are given, Rascal Flatts can also put on an excellent show. I'd say it should be well worth the money.
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I saw Toby Keith as part of Brooks & Dunn's Neon Circus tour in 2001. You'll enjoy the show. He has a real fun time on stage, and isn't one of those guys who doesn't know what city he's in at the time.
Expect some laughs and some jawin' with the crowd. He'll do all the big hits, too. He also had these hot dancers when he came around here, so maybe you'll get to see them as all.
Rascal Flatts? I'm sure they'll be good-they remind me of a country version of Boyz II Men. I liked the video for "These Days". Have a blast!
This one hits me particularly hard. Back when I used to host a "world" music show, and I regularly featured her music. Just an amazing voice and an amazing talent... "Barefoot Diva" Cesaria Evora dies at 70 (cbsnews.com)