Thursday, July 17, 2008

Evening With the Jonas Brothers

Last night, the girls and I went to see the Jonas Brothers in concert, at the Sleep Train Ampitheatre, in Wheatland, CA. My mom got the tickets for us - how lucky is that? We took Bay's friend, Marissa, with us. She and Bay took off and did their own thing. We were up on the lawn area - really a large comfortable area - and it was pretty hot at first. Demi Lovato was the opening act. She was in the movie, Camp Rock, with the brothers. She is just barely visible above the lady in the black tank to.
It took about 40 minutes for the brothers to get onstage after Demi. I was wishing that I had brought something for us to do at that point. The sun went down and it go so much cooler. Whenever anyone would walk onstage, the girls in the crowd would scream - they were so ready for those brothers when they finally arrived. They came up through the floor on this catwalk thing, that sort of went up, then forward across to the front of the stage, then down. And there was was some smoke and fire and lights.

I'm sorry that I don't have better pictures. I had my point and shoot with me and it doesn't have a big zoom.

Sarah had a blast, singing all the songs.
Later, we went out to the food court area and I noticed that we could see the boys much closer if we stood outside the path that led to the expensive seats. Once, one of the ushers said we had to move because it was a fire lane, but we just stepped back a little and we were fine.

It was a fun night. I love seeing live music. The girls were all wound up - nothing quite compares to a cute boy with a guitar.


Homemom3 said...

oh wow, BalletGirl and BabyGirl just freaked out. lol. They'd love this, maybe they'll come back here again this fall so we can go. :) Looks like ya'll had a blast. W2G on the tickets.

Askew To You said...

It was so fun! We really lucked out. They have a new cd coming out in August. Are you guys watching the Hannah Montana/Jonas Bros concert on Sunday? It's 3D.

Homemom3 said...

need you to email me if you might be interested in a blogging job. I think you are a shoe in for it.

Amanda said...

I took my 12 year old daughter to the same Wheatland concert, we live in Boise and drove 10-1/2 hours to get there. We would do anything for those boys! We actually had meet & greet passes, we got to hug them and take a picture with them. My daughter cried for 20 minutes afterward, it was so emotional meeting them! We had 10th row seats and I got amazing pics and video.