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Rank the U.S. shows 1-14
Posted by: Chester ()
Date: July 12, 2015 06:53

Now that the U.S. shows are over, how about ranking them from best to worst, based on people who attended the shows, periscope views, setlists, blogs, newspaper reviews, etc.

Re: Rank the U.S. shows 1-14
Posted by: mighty stork ()
Date: July 12, 2015 06:58

#1 has to be the Fonda Theatre show because it was so unique compared to the rest. I mean playing all of Sticky Fingers? Hard to beat that. After that I think all will list a show attended as there is no comparison to being there and experiencing it. I'll listen to all the shows again over the next week and get back to you on this.

Re: Rank the U.S. shows 1-14
Posted by: J.J.Flash ()
Date: July 12, 2015 07:17

I think the sound of the Indy show will be up there. Setlist was too basic though. (I'm biased, I was there)

Re: Rank the U.S. shows 1-14
Posted by: Turner68 ()
Date: July 12, 2015 07:23

#1 -> 1969
#2 -> 1972
#3 -> 1966
#4 -> 1981
#5 -> 1965
#6 -> 1978
#7 -> 1964
#8 -> 1975
#9 -> 1989
#10 -> 2013
#11 -> 1994
#12 -> 1999
#13 -> 1997
#14 -> all the rest, i don't think there were only 14, so i'm not sure why you said 1-14?

Re: Rank the U.S. shows 1-14
Posted by: 751st ()
Date: July 12, 2015 11:14

I haven't seen the majority of Buffalo yet but going into Buffalo I'd say Atlanta, DFW, and KC.I've seen two videos for Buffalo and it sounded as if the sound was really good as it was in most of the NFL stadiums.

Re: Rank the U.S. shows 1-14
Posted by: relms ()
Date: July 12, 2015 11:33

Quote
751st
I haven't seen the majority of Buffalo yet but going into Buffalo I'd say Atlanta, DFW, and KC.I've seen two videos for Buffalo and it sounded as if the sound was really good as it was in most of the NFL stadiums.
Speaking of sound and NFL stadiums I am amazed at how well they did.

I went in with low expectations and feeling bummedout-but-accepting at having cheap seats and carrying binoculars (after being accustomed to owning a spot up close where it didnt matter how big the venue was) and I was surprised how great it sounded and how the big screens made seeing fine. Of course I would rather be up close, but it was A-OK being further back for these shows and it saved a ton of money. The Stones have this figured out and d this right. Stadium sound/sight has come a long way.

As far as the contest, I think it is a 14-way-tie for 1st . Fonda and Bellyup are in a separate category.

Re: Rank the U.S. shows 1-14
Posted by: little queenie ()
Date: July 12, 2015 11:46

I saw 9 and my top 3 were:

Milwaukee
KC
Nashville

followed by
Detroit
Dallas

The ones that of course were great don't stick out like those above were:
Columbus
Minneapolis
Indy
Pittsburgh



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