Journey, Foreigner and Night Ranger
By the numbers, shall we?
Around 15-20: People who sang karaoke. Well, I gotta say, I was impressed and surprised by how many people actually sang last night. We had a line waiting the whole two hours! It was actually awesome. Even the people who couldn't carry a tune were awesome. 80's guy, Steve I think, was the hit of the show, danicing and singing along the whole time. Too funny. And he actually won first place!
Around 15-20: Minimum number of frosty cold delicious Coors Lights mommy drank.
Around 15-20: Number of extremely happy clients who enjoyed the KGON VIP area, free appetizers, free beer, and your truly as lovely hostess. I was on my best behavior. I think. For the most part. I'm pretty sure.
Around 15-20: Number of minutes I actually watched of the concert. So much going on, so many people to talk to, things to do, beer to drink, it's not like I get to sit and watch the damn show. Hello? I'm working.
Around 15-20: Number of people that asked me how the concert was. My response? How the hell should I know. I did mention there was a pre-concert party with frosty cold delicious free Coors Light right? What makes you think I actually saw or better yet, remember the show?
Zero: Number of pictures on my camera this morning. Oops.
Zero: Number of videos on my camera this morning. Oops. In my own defense, my hands seemed to be full all night. Full of frosty cold deliciousness!
Zero: Number of songs I saw Night Ranger sing. Didn't even make it inside the arena while they were playing.
Six: Number of years old the new Journey lead singer looks. Seriously- look at him, far right. Adorable. I think he would fit in my pocket!
That's all the number stuff I can think of right now. Need a serious cheeseburger and greasy french fries. Lots of people really enjoyed the show according to the KGON facebook posts. Now I'm looking forward to Roger Daltrey at the Rose Garden Arena Theater of the Clouds on Monday. Same time, same place, same party. No rest for the wicked!