So Radiohead played Sunday night at Nissan Pavilion as four + inches of rain was coming down. Many people could not even get there and left, and some that did make it were turned away due to flooded roads. It wasn’t that great inside (though some were happy), but it was worse on the lawn. I’ve never had it quite that bad a show (though my Jimmy Buffet experience wasn’t great), but it leaves me with the knowledge that I need to get there 3 hours early in good weather, and 4 hours early in bad.

My favorite post:
Time spent at the concert: 1 hour, 10 minutes.

Time spent in the car getting to and from the concert: 6 hours, 50 minutes.

* 2 tickets – $66.50 each.
* 1 parking ticket for the only available (metered) space in my neighborhood when I got home at 1:30 am – $30.
* 1 ruined pair of shoes.
* 1 even more ruined pair of socks.
* Seeing Liars’ set.
* Any chance that I’ll ever go to Nissan Pavilion again.
* The credibility of Radiohead’s self-righteous prattling about the benefits of getting to the show via carpooling and/or public transit.

6 thoughts on “Radiohead-pocalypse”

  1. Dude that is a long time to get to Nissan. I’ve told myself that I’m getting a damn hotel next time I go to a show there, but honestly most of the issue is getting out of the venue. Nice new look on the site. I dig it.

  2. You have changed again. I like this one as well. Is the picture in the upper right a mushroom? A little tree? I can’t tell.

  3. I have no idea. I was trying to find a widget friendly theme that meshed with th Google Reader clipper, but then decided not to use it since it doesn’t show notes, but I liked this theme anyway.

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