Except this night there were no chairs, and all the kids were standing shoulder to shoulder for this concert. They estimated there were about 1,000 people there that night.
On a school night.
(Where were their parents??? Actually, there were quite a few parents there, hanging out with their teens like I was. That's the cool thing about these all-ages shows)
Got there a little late, because I took the wrong exit. Actually, I missed the exit and ended up going almost to the airport . . . then got all mixed up and turned around trying to find our way. Eventually, with the help of a kind man at a cute little gas station, we got there. Only a half an hour late. But we got there, and that's all that mattered!
The headliner at the show was "Owl City". They are out of Seattle, and even though I had heard their music dozens of times on the car CD player, I didn't expect to have as much fun as I did! Which is crazy, because I always have fun with my girls!
The strings were my favorite part of the band. Super cool...
They sound a LOT better live than their recorded CD. And Waaaaay better than the recording from my teeny tiny camera. Which I had posted but took down because it was so bad.
We had So Much Fun! So much so, that Rachel kept asking "Why haven't you blogged about the Owl City show yet?"
My girls . . .So, remember I said that we got lost getting there? Yeah. I was totally disoriented. Usually I can get around just fine, because I can tell which way is north, south, east, and west.
She opens for these bands at Art, Music and More in Spokane on Nov. 14. She is pretty excited about it because she has been a HUGE fan of Breathe Electric for years . . .