The seats, though. Oh, the seats. We were third row, Steve side (stage right), maybe a quarter of the way off center. The first row in our section consisted of a single empty seat, and the people in the second row sat, as I mentioned above, basically the entire show. The stage was only about ten feet away, no barricade, and it was a low stage (comparable to the stage height in New Jersey. All these factors combined to give me the best seats I have ever had at a BNL concert. No, I take that back. Those were the best seats I have ever had at any concert. And that includes being front row in Maine -- those were farther off center, there was a barricade, and the stage there was very high. As far as I'm concerned, these seats win.
We grabbed a late dinner at The Cheesecake Factory afterwards (it was about the only things still open. Fortunately, we both like TCF) and now I am home. My throat is raw from singing and cheering when I am coming down with a cold, but it was so worth it.
As long as we're here, let's have some more lines.