Last night was one of those perfect summer nights.
Just warm enough.
Ever so slightly breezy.
And I found myself on Yawkee way, standing in front of the ticket office,
basking in the glow of one of my favorite Boston landmarks.
I was at Fenway!
The big news is, however, that I was NOT there for a Red Sox Game...
I was there to see the Zac Brown Band!
This is a pretty big deal for me.
If you add up all the concerts I've seen in my life,
including last night's,
the total would be less than ten.
I really really really really really really
don't like crowds.
In a "breathing-gets-shallow-nauseous-loose-my-knees" kinda way.
So I have to really really really really want to be somewhere for me to brave a crowd.
Like at a Sox game.
Or, as it turns out, at a Zac Brown concert!
Just my luck,
the place was at capacity.
Set a record, in fact!
Largest crowd in the history of Fenway!
It's a good thing the concert was amazing,
cause the 20 minutes it took to exit the park were not.
Good news is,
I lived to tell the story!
Spectacular light show!
A fiddler I could listen to forever.
Thousands of little lights.
Such a voice.
So much guitar!
And turns out, he's a mush! Full of feeling!
With the hat.
I think this is my favorite shot - the crowd illuminated, the stage, the silhouette.
Gotta love iPhones.
No big girl cameras allowed!
for the encore,
out he came in a Sox cap.
This was one AMAZING night!
Joining Tamar today