As an extension of another thread - "What are you listening to?" - I thought it'd be interesting for members to express their best and worst concerts. My best is a toss up between Motley Crue, Aerosmith and Pink Floyd, just for sheer power (Crue), showmanship (Aerosmith), and presentation (Floyd). Not to mention the emotion that all three of these acts invoked, nearly brought to tears at all three. Ive seen so many acts courtesy of my job. Unfortunately I was in the bleachers at Iron Maiden last year, my daughter was front and centre in the mosh, but at least I got to see them. Next time I'll take advantage of my AAA pass. Lets see, Bon Jovi, ACDC, Powderfinger are up there too. Worst would have to be David Guetta and Tim O Matic in Canberra this year. Tim O Matic was like a karaoke act, singing to taped music, and Guetta played the same song for his whole gig. Spose if you were pinging you could be sucked into it (and many were). Doors were actually the Bores, Ian Astbury from the cult was trying over hard to be Jim Morrison and the insideous keybord just went on and on. Went to the bar after 20 minutes and thats where my girl found me when the show finished. Dylan at Bluesfest last year was extremely disappointing. Gunners were good but the original lineup would have been stupendous. My first real venture to a show was Midnight Oil at the Playroom at Palm Beach when I was 17, and the steam coming off Garrets bald head is a standout memory as is my one hour pash through Rose Tattoo's show there a couple of weeks later. Any way I might add a few more later. Feel free to add your best, worst and most memorable concerts/acts and why.