Five Incredible Pepsi Center Concerts Worth the Price of Admission
The concert season in Colorado is about ready to kick into high gear and there no less than five incredible concerts at the Pepsi Center in Denver that is absolutely worth the price of admission. Are you willing to pay the price? I am!
This concert on the "This House is Not For Sale" tour was originally scheduled for March 14, but had to be moved due to a scheduling conflict. The Atlanta Journal says this tour "solidifies their standing as one of the rock's most resilient acts."
Lionel Richie "All the Hits" with special guest Mariah Carey has to be an unforgettable evening. Between the two of them, they scored 62 chart hits, 37 top ten hits, and 21 #1 hit singles. Sure, a greatest hits CD would be cheaper, but it's not like being there and experiencing two of the most successful acts in history.
Roger Waters Us + Them - The Music of Pink Floyd is so big it required a two-night stand. At this point, it looks like your only option is going to be Sunday night if you are going to the dark side of the moon. You're gonna wish you were here.
It doesn't get any better than this. These guys are still thrilling audiences across the country. And special guest Don Felder, formerly of the Eagles, is like a cherry on top of a giant hot fudge sundae. Good luck getting tickets to this one!
There could never be another Freddy Mercury, but if anyone can do him proud it's Adam Lambert - a phenomenal talent who has given Queen new life. This guy is the real deal! The show starts at 8:00, but there is no opening act - so don't be late!