Saturday, November 23, 2013

Zac Brown Concert

Fishing and hunting isn't the only thing to do in Montana. Last night the Zac Brown Band played in Bozeman at the Brick Breeden Field House so Jill and I fought the craziness around the MSU campus to see the show. There was the State Championship boys football going on, an MSU orchestra concert, the Cat/Griz game the next day and probably a bunch of other stuff.

We tried to find a place to eat with a good friend from UWP, Jake Liudahl and his wife Shawna, at around 5:30pm but EVERY place had about an hour and a half wait. The concert was suppose to start at 7:00 so we grab sandwiches at the Pickle Barrel and a 6 pack of Blue Moon at the gas station and ate at the ice-cream shop connected to the Pickle Barrel. It was perfect. Then we had to find parking at the concert...

We wound up finding our seats at around 8 o'clock. The beer lines were absolutely ridiculous so we scratched that and probably saved a twenty spot. Zach Brown didn't start until about 8:35 so we were all good.

The show was awesome. I don't know a lot of stuff from ZBB but what I heard was definitely worth the hassle. Amazing harmonies and a great sound. They covered a number of bands that were quite impressive like Metallica, Nirvana, and the Eagles; like back to back and completely seamless. Very cool and they played until around 10:45. Better than a lot of bands so thumbs up to ZBB.

Keep 'em where they live...

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