A few weeks ago we braved the sweltering heat of lovely [insert sarcasm] Lake Elsinor to see the Bob Dylan Show.
When we arrived it was a skin melting 95 degrees (at 5:30 p.m.).
Check out this ginormous line going into the ball park!
Fortunately the line moved pretty quickly and once in the ball park we were relieved to see that the seats were all in the shade.
Being a concert, no camera's were allowed. But that didn't stop me (or a ton of other people) from smuggling in my point and shoot for some substandard shots.
First up on the stage was Willie Nelson.
This was the first time seeing him in concert but not the first time hearing his music. I'm not a country music kind of gal, but I can enjoy a good Willie Nelson tune every now and then.
Even in the 95 degree heat (and light of the afternoon) the 76 year old icon held his own.
The next act up was John Mellencamp.
The last time I saw him in concert was back in the late 80's.
He did not disappoint.
I took this shot from back in our seats and as you can see I couldn't hold the camera steady and John insisted on bouncing all over the stage.
We moved down into the crowd for Bob Dylan.
When I took this picture the blue laser beams from above caused Bob and the band to burst into flames!
Just kidding.......Bob is alive and well!
Bob came out on stage wearing what looked like a bell boy uniform. He stood behind his key board and began signing.
True to form, you could hardly recognize the words coming from his lips.
I sometimes wonder if he sings like that on purpose as an inside joke with his band.