The concert began with Willie and crew singing a couple of golden oldies. Did I mention this concert was attended by masses of college students... many of whom had obviously never heard of Willie Nelson... and were into drinking... and pot smoking... and being naked? Well, not entirely naked, but mostly naked. I know I mentioned that I took my daughter. The same daughter who had her first driving lesson a couple of weekends ago. This is not exactly what I had in mind for our mother/daughter outing, but what can you do but go with the flow. We did not drink, or smoke, or get naked, but we DID have an outstanding time.
The college kids were understanding to this teenager's mom and kind to the teenage daughter. They were respectful and polite. They blew their smoke in the opposite direction after we declined their offer to share, kept their empties to themselves after we declined their offer to share, and only exposed us to partial nudity (No mention of wanting me to share in this!). The kid next to me was mostly naked and mostly free of body hair. He reminded me of an Abercrombie and Fitch mannequin. You know mostly naked and hairless... His very loose fitting cargos only fell below the hips twice, that I noticed and I only saw his girlfriend's right breast, never her left ( but we did see, on more than one occasion, that she wore no bloomers).
DMB tickets ... $130
Concert Memorabilia ... $180
Making memories with my daughter ... priceless.
Concerts are loud and life is beautiful!