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Old 07-15-2007, 12:13 PM   #11
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Sugarland definitely had the house rocking especially when that chick put on the Brady Quinn Jersey!

Kind of off topic though I went to the Browns team shop between acts and saw that Brady Quinn's team jerseys were going for $85 but they were super discounting Tim Couch and Courtney Brown Jersey's for $10. Shows you how much these things are jacked up. Caps were going about $27 and as high as $30 if you wanted one with the Cleveland Brownie on it. No purchases for me last night.

Overall great concert. It was great to see that many name acts in one location on a Saturday night in Cleveland!
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Plus the Tribe was playing as well...we have it sooo good here in Cleveland...
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Old 07-15-2007, 12:23 PM   #13
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How many do you think were at the concert Greg? I'm guessing between
50-60 thousand. It was a country Clevestock!

I'm sure glad I didn't drive in. Took the train, dropped us right off at the Stadium. Roundtrip ticket cost $3.50 each and we didn't have the aggregavation of finding a parking spot or getting stuck in traffic.
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Old 07-15-2007, 12:29 PM   #14
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Where did you pick up the train? We drove in from 90 and parked at Burke...$15...and a 15 minute walk to the stadium

I would fathom that the 50-60K range is correct...it was filled all the way to the top and so was the infield so I'd say that is accurate. Next time I will RTA as well!!
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Old 07-15-2007, 12:40 PM   #15
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We picked up the train in Shaker Heights at Green Road (first stop on the line so you're guaranteed a seat). Free parking at the station too!
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I'll give $500 to anyone who has a video of Greg doin the "achey breaky heart" at the concert
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Lemme see the $$ first...I got the video!
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Lemme see the $$ first...I got the video!
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