VAN HALEN delivered an epic full on ROCK N ROLL set at Shoreline Amphitheater


What a night it was! We just returned from the incredible performance by Van Halen as they brought their LIVE ON TOUR to the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View. The venue was packed and with all the traffic getting in, we unfortunately missed Kenny Wayne Shephard Band. Several of our friends told us that it was a great set and really got the crowd fired up for Van Halen.

The night sky was just starting to dim as the band took to the stage and performed a rare classic, Light Up The Sky. We instantly knew that we were going to be in for an incredible set and they definitely proved us right. With fan favorites like Everybody Wants Some, Beautiful Girls, Woman In Love, Panama and even some surprises like In a Simple Rhyme and Dirty Movies it was a set that you could only dream about.  I was also excited to have my personal faves of Drop Dead Legs, Unchained and Ice Cream Man on the list too. Check out the photos from our Rockin Ryan:

Eddie Van Halen was fierce and on fire the entire night, delivering spine tingling guitar riffs that inspired so many musicians of today. David Lee Roth is one of the best showman in Rock n Roll as he not only sounded spectacular but insured that everyone was having a kick ass time. Alex Van Halen was a madman on the drums as his intensity would invoke thunderous tremors through the venue. Wolfgan Van Halen not only slays on the bass but also kills it with his stellar backing vocals along with Eddie.

The energy was constant from start to finish and it was amazing to see the audience filled with fans as young as 5 or 6 years old and all the way up to seasoned rockers. This was definitely a ROCK SHOW and the crowd proved that Rock is alive and thriving! The LIVE ON TOUR continues on until October and you can check the dates by heading over to their website:  This is one tour you don’t want to miss.

~ Marisol

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