BoN Jovi..opening up for .38 special..about what year?I've seen a number of concerts but I'm not sure they'd necessarily be considered iconic, but I'll toss these out there:
Paul McCartney 2x (took my 4 boys to see him several years ago).
Bon Jovi (saw them open for .38 Special at the Toledo Sports Arena).
Prince (Purple Rain tour)
I was still in HS...guessing '86 or '87...Sports Arena was a dive, but you could get really close to the band. I always regretted that I turned down a chance to see AC/DC. I had a summer league baseball game that I didn't want to miss, what the hell was I thinking?BoN Jovi..opening up for .38 special..about what year?
Def Leppard is definitely iconic.What iconic acts have you seen live, and also include, as a question, some you are not sure if they are iconic.
Guns and Roses.
Iconic?: Def Leppard?
Eric Church? (I think in a decade this will be seen as iconic)
Not a big Dave on vocals guy but I think Megadeth is iconic. I'd put them slightly above Tool and Slayer.Black Sabbath (With Ozzy, With Dio, With Gillan)
I've seen hundreds of bands live, mostly metal bands so not sure what would be iconic?
White Zombie/Rob Zombie?
System of a Down?
He always hated the John Cougar thing that the label stuck him with,He was Cougar Mellencamp when I saw him! LOL. He was doing double headliner shows with Heart. Damn I'm old.