The pre-concert party was great. About 21 people showed up. At first we had batches of 4-6 people come in at different intervals, so we had to go downstairs a couple of times and wait to get people to the lounge area. We all got to meet fans, have some drinks and it was very laid back. The conversations and pool games went so well that after 6:20pm I decided to stay upstairs. Some people arrived later and somehow figured out how to pass security, entering the maze of elevators and then enter another maze to get to the lounge area. For those two groups that did it, congratulations!
We went out in two separate groups across the street to the Copley Symphony Hall. Right before the concert, I gave my black nail polish to some extranger in line in exchange for her to do my nails. Then, Bryan helped me get my ‘glam-on.’
Yeah, that’s two perfectly straight guys putting guy liner on… priceless:
During the concert we could still see some of the people from the pre-concert party and it was nice to ‘know’ people there and say ‘Hey!!’ from a distance. I missed Allison Iraheta but I got to see Orianthi. She actually did very good in my opinion.
Now to the main event. I don’t think I need to go into too much detail because it has been covered here before (the songs, outfits, dancers, etc). The only think I can say about Adam’s performance is that it far exceeded my expectations. I thought I had a pretty good idea of what the show was going to be like from watching YouTube videos here but the experience of actually ‘being’ there and seeing him live was a completely different thing. I really think people need to know that these YouTube videos does him and the whole experience no justice.
Hearing his voice with high notes that fill the room and literally vibrate everything including the back of your spine is something you don’t want to miss.
My last concert was David Cook at Pechanga Casino during New Years (2009 to 2010) in Temecula, CA. I never thought anyone could ever top that. Well, Adam certainly did; and this is coming from a hardcore David Cook fan. I’ve been to a lot of concerts and Adam’s vocal ability and showmanship is like nothing I’ve ever experienced before.
After the concert, I got to meet Adam’s mom and got to tell her I was born the exact same day and year than Adam. She was like ‘that’s really cool!!’ Although she seemed tired, she looked like she’s been tanning/working out and actually looked kinda’ hot 🙂 (sorry!). We took a picture. Unfortunately, my camera was on some crazy daylight no flash mode so all my pictures came out blurry (You know how they always work except when you actually need them):
Glamorized Adam-Lambert.org fans Stephanie, Bryan and Linda:
Outside we waited for a while and Adam only showed up for about 1 or 2 minutes. Linda was one of the only ones to get an autograph (on her purse). Some of us were able to get a picture with Tommy, the bass player:
Stephanie hugging Tommy:
Sandra (Adam-Lambert.org author) talking with Adam’s dad:
Below you can see videos of the concert. If you haven’t been to one of his concerts and he is coming to you I personally strongly recommend not watching them until after you have seen him live:
Fernando (Dreamsound) Glamb #1