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mari kissu

"Now the night don't last forever / Every moment is a song"

Posted on 2006.04.25 at 14:06
Current Mood: tiredtired
Current Music: Just Call My Name (I'll Be There) - Blackmore's Night
Alright, saw Blackmore's Night live yesterday. Had to go to Helsinki to see them, and everything was fine until... There were problems(I'm officially going to hate the word "customs" from now on). The show was supposed to start at 8 p.m., well, surprise surprise, due to these problems, it was late and started at 9.30 p.m. Okay, no problem, but. But. Always but. The last train left at 11 p.m., and the show ended 11.30 p.m. Right, train was no longer an option. Guess how nice it is to buy train tickets and notice that one of them will be left unused because of stuff like that. And I personally dislike paying for a ticket I won't be able to use. Okay, so, had to go and find the bus station, actually found it, had to pay for a bus ticket (-_-) and sit in a bus for three hours. The bus left at 0.00 a.m., meaning I got home around 3.00 a.m. Guess how tired I was, not to mention the fact that I had to suffer because of my migraine. It was all pure pain, but I got home.

On a more positive note, the concert was amazing. The feeling was absolutely great, and both the band and the audience seemed to be having fun. Blackmore's Night does know how to throw a good show. They played many of my favourites (^^) like Under A Violet Moon, Past Time With Good Company, Ghost Of A Rose, Fires At Midnight, and Queen For A Day and many more. The violin solo and the keyboard solo were absolutely amazing, btw. All in all, a wonderful concert and worth the suffering. Yeah, and I bought some merchandise as well. Bought a t-shirt and a lovely blue scarf that has these lovely golden moon and star-patterns. Love my new stuff.

The whole text is most probably filled with typos and grammar mistakes, but I'm too tired to care.

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