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Before I start my review, I would like to thank Budweiser Gardens and Downtown London for making this experience possible. My two favourite activities are writing and going to concerts, so writing a concert review for a band I love is perfect!
Days before the Twenty-One Pilots concert, dedicated fans camped outside of Budweiser Gardens to guarantee a spot close to the main stage. After attending Twenty-One Pilots’ first concert in London, Ontario, you’ll see why fans will do anything just to get as close to the band as possible.
Before I start in on my review, I just wanted to give a huge shout out to Budweiser Gardens and Downtown London for making last night possible. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! For those who are reading, please understand that all opinions of this incredible night are my own.
As the rain fell in a melodic state outside, a storm was brewing inside Budweiser Gardens – a storm of epic guitar riffs and pyrotechnics. So it began!
The show started off with a fun video of the skaters lip-syncing to The Buggles "Video Killed the Radio Star" playing on the video screens (check it out HERE). This led right into the skaters appearing on the ice and starting the show off with a bang to Lady Gaga's "Born This Way."
First off, a big thanks to Budweiser Gardens and the awesome #BGReviewer program that they have been running for some time now. What a great way for a lucky fan to be able to attend a show, event, or concert in exchange for a review of the experience! I have been fortunate enough to be chosen as a reviewer in the past and each time, the experience has been fantastic!
This past Saturday my family and I were treated to an afternoon out at Budweiser Gardens to catch the legendary Harlem Globetrotters! We entered the venue to see a massive countdown clock to the start of the show and an impressive merchandise display for kids to ogle over at one end of the court.
This past Saturday my 4 year old and I were fortunate to have won tickets to the PJ Mask performance. My son had a wonderful time as the concert was quite engaging with all of the bright stage lighting and optics. The songs were those he know and was able to sing along with.