Brandon's mood was fine (as was he ) I esp loved it when he would stand on an amp and pump up the crowd (also provided best viewing of his bod!) My dh and I were saying that the Killers are "all Brandon" as far as energy goes... Ronnie (drums) was having fun too, but Dave and Mark were a little too blah... they need to kick it up a notch.
Their set was decorated with palm trees and the lights were those pop bulbs like Moz has, very Vegas'y. Since we were close, it was kind of hard to see certain images, like when they played their video during Shadowplay (luv ).
So, what does it say on the forumz as to how the show was? I thought it was great! I'm slightly partial to their 06 show, but only cuz it was smaller, more intimate venue. Still, they ripped the roof off the joint!!!
Thanks again for getting me the tix at that price, they were going for $150/ea before the show. I refused buy $8 Light beers there, hit a cheaper bar afterwards!
p.s. No mention about Obama. Plenty of shoutouts to Chicago tho, that gets us excited!
Thanks! You just saved me a lot of time trying to figure out the set list
They played all but one song off Day & Age! I was so happy to hear Smile Like You Mean It (Hot Fuss) --one of my faves. Yes, Sam's Town began with B at the piano/acoustic and then turned into a loud jam. Verry niiice.The place was sold out and people were all pretty cool & into it. His voice held out well throughout, even tho it was drowned out a few times by the guitars.
We were about 30 people back, but still close enough to see Brandon's guy liner He was really into the show (tho not quite as much as in 2006) and got the crowd pumpin'. He was a little less Morrissey'esqe then 06 And I didn't mind the GA dance floor at all!! And I think it was after All These Things... that they released a ton of confetti! weeeeeeee!!!