, attached to 2010-10-30

Review by dpwilljr

dpwilljr I was home a week or so before the show thinking which Zep album would be best suited for a costume.
Hands down it was Led Zep II.

I actually thought the Show of Life was inspiring. The Bowie is good but I like the Utica version much more.
The Tweezer was a great launching point for the Zep medley, but doesn't rank as the best I've ever seen by a long shot.

There was so much energy coming from every section. People were hanging off the rails totally freaking and the floor was a sea of bodies moving and dancing for pretty much the whole show.

I really loved the first set. It was my first Guelah Papyrus. The entire arena went through the roof during the pause/glowstick war.

Good show made even better by paying tribute to Led Zeppelin.


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