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Palace Theater Waterbury, CT
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Fri 03/13/15 Kathy Griffin

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Thu 05/07/15 Brian Regan

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  1. SHOE15 wrote:

    05:56 AM, May 05, 2011

    I have seen many concerts in my life and this was one of the worst shows that I have seen. The guitar and drums were sloppy and the lead singer's voice was terrible and his speech was slurred. They only played for about an hour and ten minutes and then to top it off, the lead singer told the crowd to rush the stage. During this mini riot, my friend was knocked down to the ground and injured. Totally irresponsible behavior by the band. Arcade Fire has a long way to go before they are considered a great band. Don't waste your money!!!!

  2. crazycolin wrote:

    08:14 PM, Feb 25, 2009

    Arcade Fire kicks butt. The most influential concert of my life. I missed Fiery Furnaces opening (doh!). Arcade Fire played next, followed by The Unicorns. Both these bands are in my top 15 most influential. The show was a bunch of tight shirt smelly indie rockers and under age hipsters. I'm at a loss for words. Arcade Fire was so powerful, the lead guy is very tall and sweaty and had so much emotion and energy. Haunting backup vocals. I mean, this is the ultimate indie rock band with loud cheering chorus and let-it-all-hang-out intrumentalism.

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Palace Theater
100 E Main St
Waterbury, CT 06702
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