Our show for the 2010 Vegas trip was a last minute purchase of fourth row tickets to see Cheap Trick perform the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper album at the Paris casino.
Since Steve’s the music expert, I’m going to link to his post for all the details of the show while I just put up a few additional photos of the concert. To be blunt, I wasn’t expecting to have as much fun at the show as I did. It was a great show and now I need to add this CD to my playlist.
There was a ton of heart-shaped confetti. After the show it looked like drifts of pink snow on the floor. We found pieces of it tracked throughout the Paris casino later that night… even all the way out in the parking garage. I snagged some for our concert scrapbook (along with two of Rick’s guitar picks).
After the show we stopped to meet Geoff Emerick who ran the soundboard for the show. If you don’t know who he is, here’s Steve’s other post. Emerick had me take several photos because he wasn’t smiling for the first few. I think Steve was just as excited to meet him as he was to finally see Cheap Trick.