Rod Stewart With Special Guest Cheap Trick
Thank You Live Nation for the experience of Rod Stewart with Cheap Trick!! Your generosity allowed us to relive so many special memories. We appreciate what you do for Veterans!
Christopher, U.S. Army (Currently Serving)
A huge thank you to Live Nation for the tickets to the Rod Stewart/Cheap Trick concert last night in Nashville. It was an amazing night and I loved dancing with my wife and singing to her. Everyone in the crowd had a blast. Once again thank you.
Daniel, U.S. Army (Veteran)
1985 - 1989
WOW, Cheap Trick AND Rod Stewart! What an incredible performance by everyone! The seats were just as great as the show, thank you just doesn't come close but I'll say it, Thank you!
Dave, U.S. Air Force (Veteran)
1986 - 2007
Me my wife and my sister had a fantastic time at the concert last night. It was so incredibly I could not believe it. I have loved Rod Stewart And cheapTrick for years thank you so very much for such a great night out !
David, U.S. Army (Veteran)
1977 - 1997
Thanks for providing the tickets so that my wife, her sister, and myself could attend the Cheap Trick/Rod Stewart concert in Nashville. We all had a great time plus, we were surrounded by other vets! You made it a memorable time for us.
David, U.S. Army (Veteran)
1971 - 2007
Oh, my goodness, what a great concert. Probably the best that I have ever seen. He has so much energy and videography were awesome. Thank you so very much.
Debra, U.S. Army (Veteran)
1979 - 2001
Cheap Trick opened for Rod Stewart and were great. Just as you'd expect. They had a young drummer named Dax Neillson and a guitar/singer named Robin Zander, so I think it's safe to say they were relatives of Rick and Robin Zander, Sr. They really added to the show. Don't know where to start on Rod, but I'll try. He looked great for a 77 year old man. His voice was not as it was 50 years ago, but he more than made up for it with his showmanship and attitude. The show was a real production...like Vegas. Many changes of clothes and personnel. Everyone on stage, 13 at times, was a super talent with most playing more than one or two instruments. The singers were not just eye candy. They were also dancers with choreographed steps. A few of them were spotlighted with solos. Most impressive was the "light show" using the whole stage and bordering the stage. It involved several camera angles of the performers displayed along with a lot of cool graphics thrown in. Rod was really into the audience and was having a ball, literally at times. At one point, people starting throwing soccer balls on stage and Rod would graciously kick them back out into the audience, some going as far as 100 feet out. This thrilled the crowd. I've seen so many great acts in my life, but I have to put this at number one for the production value. Also, some VetTix ticket recipients were at the Chicago concert in Atlanta last week and sitting close to us there, but we didn't know it until last night. Really fine folks. I took my buddy, Curt, who thoroughly enjoyed it and thanked me incessantly. He hadn't been able to go to a concert in years. Thanks for allowing that. The VetTix ticket holders created a comradery that I am eager to be a part of at future concerts. Thanks so much to the donors for making this possible.
Don, U.S. Army (Veteran)
1971 - 1972
Thanks so much to Live Nation for donating great seats to see Rod Stewart & Cheap Trick! Great show! Thank you for supporting veterans and their families.
Ed, U.S. Army (Veteran)
1988 - 1992
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