Went with a cousin. They were very good. Despite being billed as the last tour, it felt like any other concert: they didn't pull out tracks outside of their first 4 albums and source it from all throughout their career. Even so, they still performed well and we both enjoyed it. A shame it's probably the first and last time I'll ever see them live.
Coliseum sound system is the worst in the area are you going to 3 to 10 shows a year for nearly 45 years I'm back in the seventies I was I don't know he says at the Coliseum for whatever reason it sounded much better than I saw Black Sabbath in 2013 aging but still excellent and once they got the issues handled we were able to say farewell to one of the greatest bands of all time
Awesome! Sabbath was full of energy (hate it when bands come out all drunk or hung over) Sabbath killed it!! Spectacular drum solo. Venue was nice. Lines at tshirt stands were outrageous, That could have been made more bearable. All staff was courteous. Venue opened early enough to funnel in the crowd comfortably, but getting out was crazy. Hoping it's really not the end;)
Great show with incredible sound, Black Sabbath delivered. The BOK was a great venue with good acoustics as well, fantastic staff. If the crowd was more into it, I think the band would've done another encore. Rival Sons also were EPIC, definitely two shows to see!
Last show in the U.S. ever (supposedly). Kicked ass, mostly the classics everybody loves. Think " We sold our souls for rock and roll ". Great sound. been to many Spurs game at the AT&T Center, but this was my first concert there and I enjoyed my experience.