Yeah, Ecto, I have no clue what they're talking about either. It didn't rain the whole time, and the water on the floor wasn't that bad. I believe that it stopped before the concert, and may have started again around the middle of the concert. Anyway, here's my review of the concert:
I got into the Paladium at Carowinds, around 7:10, when the rain was at its hardest. And, am, I ever glad, I mean, WOW, I couldn't have missed that opening act! LOL!! That was the worst something, I have ever seen in my life before. That was terrible to make somebody sit through that. I felt sorry for the people who were actually laughing at them, I'm hoping that whoever did was making fun of them, and didn't actually find them amusing. Anyway, that's already taken too much of this post than that or it or whatever it was, deserves.
Now, onto the concert. Weird Al came out and started with Angry White Boy Polka like he did in Cincinnati, which I was so glad about. I'm sure that the set list is set now, since it was the same concert, which isn't a bad thing. Then, he did, Party At The Leper Colony, which I loved the opening to it. When he said, "Whenever we play at amusement parks, and it rains, I think aout lepers" or something like that. Which, unless you were at Cincinnati, you wouldn't have gotten as well. Since, the concert was delayed by rain at Cincy.
The crowd wasn't very into it at the beginning, but got better near the end. There was a lady in front of me, who looked like she was in her 20's and her boyfriend, were really into the concert as well. If it wasn't for her and him, our section would have mostly have been dead with just me, to try to get excitment up. You could tell Al was trying to get the excitement up too, whenever he went out of his way to go all the way around on One More Minute, and went out into the crowd on I Wanna B Ur Lovr, which unless I'm mistaken he doesn't usually do. And, he also yelled, at the end of I Wanna B Ur Lovr, which, I don't think he usually does either. There were also some girls with poodle hats in the row across from me in the middle section(I was in the 7th row in the left section, Seat 5, had the PoodleHat Baseball Cap on, maybe you saw me), who got the middle section excitement up as well. The most crowd reaction was during The Saga Begins.
The whole concert was awesome! I liked the concert in Cincinnati, because the crowd was into the concert more there! But, it was still very awesome in Charlotte!! But the experience was so much better at Charlotte!!! First, o all people were so much nicer there at Carowinds than at Kings Island, but that was just a little bit of it.
I met this one lady outside of a Paramount's shop there right before the concert, who said she knew Bermuda, I'm still not sure whether she actually did or not. Since, she said she would 'try' to talk to Bermuda and get me backstage, but anyway. She didn't and I didn't, but I wasn't giving up, on getting Al's autograph. I went back near the busses, had to walk through mud, which was more like a swamp, and through some kind of woody place, down some road and finally got to Al's tour busses. Waited there with my cousin, for around 30 minutes to an hour. While, the security guards told us that we shouldn't even be back there, that they couldn't guarantee we'd get Al's autograph that it would be up to him, whether we did or not, which I knew was no problem, since Al will go out of his way for his fans. Also, there were some security guards moving us behind white lines and red trucks which is always fun as well. Finally, one came and brought us to the fence, where Jay was there gave us our rules, told one guy that was out of us twelve, that he couldn't bring his videocamera in for some reason, I've yet to figure out. Anyway, I was the third to last person to get an autograph that day, I was so excited that I couldn't get my name out of who to make it to. Just so excited that I actually got to sit next to Al on the picnic table that he was signing at, All I could get out was "Oh my god, I can't believe I'm actually sitting next to you." To which Al replied, "I can't believe it either, how'd that happen? I think he has a line for everything, he is so awesome! I had him sign one of the flyers I picked up at the Guest Services place. This was by far the best night of my life, with getting his autograph and how nice he was to me! He is such an awesome guy!! This concert experience was great!!!, and while I don't expect to go to any more concerts this leg of the tour, I can't wait until the next leg!
Triple H isn't the game, Weird Al is!!