October 7

Madonna Concert

Sunday evening the Madonna concert finally was upon us, seemed like we bought tickets AGES ago. Kelly first made a yummy dinner at his place in Santa Clara including a martini bar. John then drove Felicia, Kelly and myself to the venue. We arrived just before 8pm knowing that the show would be 'late' like the night before. Our seats were slightly behind the stage but was able to see the large video projection well. The opening act was the DJ Martin Solveig best known for his dance hit "Hello". There was a long gap of time before Madonna came on (10:30pm). She put on a very elaborate show full of dancers, changing video projections, and a stage full of lifts and trap doors. She mixed her set with primary new and some classic songs. Of course we appreciated the classic Madonna songs like "Express Yourself" and "Vogue".

She opened with "Girls Gone Wild" song with dancers similar to the above video.

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