The Doobie Brothers - 50th Anniversary Tour
We'd like to thank Live Nation and Vet Tix for the tickets to The Doobie Brothers" 50th Anniversary Tour. A bucket list item that we can now check off. Thank You!
Armando, U.S. Marine Corps (Veteran)
1985 - 1989
Thank you for providing me with two tickets to see the Doobie Brothers at the Shoreline Amphitheater. I was able to take a friend who hadn't been out of his house to see an event like this in many, many years. He is a musician himself and he was so thrilled to get out to see a live performance. We both enjoyed the show immensely. They played old favorites and a number of songs off their newest release. I hadn't heard the new stuff, so that was a treat. We both had a great time, and it wouldn't have been possible without the generosity of Vet Tix. Thank you!!
Constance, U.S. Army (Veteran)
1978 - 1979
Thank you Live Nation for such a wonderful opportunity for me and my family to attend the Dobbie Brothers - 50th Anniversary Tour. Itvwas such a great way for Live Nation to honor Veterans.
Jerry, U.S. Army (Veteran)
1991 - 1994
Thank you Live Nation! My wife and I had a great time spending the evening with The Doobie Brothers. It's The Dobbie's 50th anniversary and my wife reminded me that she experienced her first Doobie Brothers concert when she was 16, fifty years ago! My how time flies!
Michael, U.S. Army (Veteran)
1977 - 1979
Thank you Live Nation for another awesome night out! Seeing the Doobie Brothers was a chance of a lifetime"¦"¦. They still sound amazing! What a great concert!
Michael, U.S. Air Force (Veteran)
1998 - 2004
Thank you, Live Nation, for donating the tickets so I could attend the great Doobie Brothers show at your Shoreline Ampitheatre venue. Just getting out to socialize can be one of the hardest things for a veteran with PTSD and anxiety issues to do, and ticket donations like this not only provide the extra incentive to push us out the door but also make these events accessible financially for us, given that we tend to have precious little disposable income for such increasingly expensive luxuries. Your service to us with things like these donations is very much appreciated, thank you.
Michael, U.S. Army (Veteran)
1979 - 1985
The Doobie Brothers @ Shoreline 9-27-22 This was the first time that I've attended a Doobie Brothers performance. The audience was mostly on their feet during the most popular tunes - the show started exactly at 8:00 pm. The opening songs were comprised of a few old standards mixed in with several of their newly recorded tunes. Michael McDonald .joined them for the entire performance. Michael McDonald did a well seasoned professional performance - he has a distinctive piano style and a voice to match. Most of their popular tunes came after the performance was well underway, of course My wife and I had a great time. The show was very entertaining. . I think that the songs were very well orchestrated. The seats were very good and had a clear view of all the action. Thank you Shoreline Amphitheater and Vet Tix for this event
William, U.S. Army (Veteran)
1964 - 1966
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