We were warm, we were squeezed, we were dancing and singing, we were happy. And we still are.
I don’t know where some of the reviewers were, but I think the sound was good, not amazing, but does it really matter when you know all the songs by heart? No one goes to a concert if they don’t LOVE the artist(s). And if you don’t like costume changes maybe you should just attend a piano recital instead.
One thing that did annoy me (and it always does) was the 20-25 minute break between the Luke James and Beyoncé, the mood dropped and people pushed closer to the stage (psycho-bitch who thought it was okay to walk right into me and keep pushing, and then thought I was crazy when I turned around and pushed back and asked her to stop it, she could have started a panic or pushed me over with that selfish behavior – I usually don’t call anyone bitch, but if you try to kill me, I will.. You should have bought golden circle tickets if you wanted to get close). I hate that period between artists.
But I loved the show, so much energy and life. Worth every penny!
Beyoncé is so beautiful, and she handled an idiot who thought it was okay to clap her in the ass very professionally (he was then escorted out of the building).