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I remember there used to be a big thread for this, but I can't seem to find it. I used to update mine every year. Anyways, here's my current list. Got a few more gigs lined up before the year is out too.

Kinesis
LostProphets
Linkin Park
Adam Masterson
Ocean Colour Scene
Feeder
Stereophonics
Joe Satriani
Walter Trout
Amplifier
Wicked Wisdom
Soil
Strapping Young Lad
Soulfly
Coheed and Cambria
Deftones
Tool
Khoma
Johnny Truant
Sikth
Devil Driver
Henry Rollins (Spoken Word)
Billy Talent
Avenged Sevenfold
Within Temptation
Opeth
Metallica
Dragon Force
Lacuna Coil
Mastodon
Blue Monday
Dream Theater
Symphony X
Circa Survive
FightStar
Madina Lake
Alestorm
Norther
Turisas
Paul Gilbert
Pendulum
Attack Attack
The New 1920's
The Oli Brown Band
Trip
Goldie Looking Chain
Dizzee Rascal
The Prodigy
Calvin Harris
Dark Horse
Kadesha Dirja
Maddie Jones
Gogol Bordello
Rage Against The Machine
The Phenomenal Handclap Band
Athlete
Colum Regan
Sandi Thom
Mitch Laddie Band
The Blims
The Blanks
Tom Morgan
The Shaws
Canny The Bringer of Beats
Rival Sons
Queensrÿche
Thin Lizzy
Slash
The Curst Sons
Grand Magus
Judas Priest
Michael Shenker
Thunder
Black Country Communion
Jethro Tull
Town
Neyo
JLS
The Jacksons
Jamie Foxx
Alien Ant Farm
Leona Lewis
Craig David
Smokey Robinson
Gladys Knight
3T
Latoya Jackson
Cee Lo Green
Christina Aguilera
Pixie Lott
Yolanda Adams
Alexandra Burke
WT Feaster Band
Blanck Mass
Sigur Rós
Tristan MacKay
Joanne Shaw Taylor
Billy Walton Band
Lost Alone
The Darkness
Battle Lines
Arcane Roots
Kitty, Daisy and Lewis
Newton Faulkner
Mach22
Steel Panther
POD
Hoobastank
Wraiths
Continents
Press To Meco
CHON
Endless Heights
Black Peaks
Break Even
Teenage Bottlerocket
Touché Amoré
Landscapes
Protest The Hero
Dillinger Escape Plan
The Colour Line
Trash Boat
Milk Teeth
As It Is
Hang The Bastard
Crooks
The Fall of Troy
Monuments
HORSE the Band
Thrice

Don't let your boat be empty, don't be a sunken dream
Don't let the boat regret thee, for what you could have seen

#2
First gig was in '96.

Really not going to bother listing them all.
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#3
First concert was in 1970 and over the last 20 years I go to about a dozen a year minimum (three in the last two weeks alone). Way too many to list.

I know I'm getting old as I don't recognize many bands on the above list.
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#4
I hate listening to music in a live setting, would much rather listen to it on my phone or PC with headphones, so the only shows i've been to are My Morning Jacket one and Roger Waters' The Wall.
#5
Sunn O)))
Swans x2
Earth, O Paon, Mount Eerie
Monarch!
Bismuth x2 with Conan
Dylan Carlson
Charlemagne Palestine
Svartvit + Cementimental

That's all I can remember.
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#6
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First concert was in 1970 and over the last 20 years I go to about a dozen a year minimum (three in the last two weeks alone). Way too many to list.

I know I'm getting old as I don't recognize many bands on the above list.


You must have some great highlights then? C'mon I wanna know

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Don't let the boat regret thee, for what you could have seen

#7
1st was KISS in 1979.

Some of the rest were:

Poison
Cinderella
Motley Crue
Guns N Roses (when they opened for Motley Crue)
David Lee Roth
Ted Nugent
KISS (again in 89)
38 Special
Cheap Trick
Styx
Shonen Knife
Dead Milkmen

A bunch of opening acts that I can't remember..
#8
Not too many:

Motley Crue
Bachman & Cummings
Theory of a Deadman
Hinder
Lamb of God
KISS
Black Crowes
Metallica
Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi


There are a few that I'm blanking on right now.
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#9
Far too many, I'll post the ones I at least remember though!

Sabaton
Immortal
Mayhem
Devin Townsend Project
Iron Maiden
Michael Schenker Group
Neonfly
The Morning After
Kreator
Megadeth
Slayer
Orphaned Land
Blind Guardian
Sonata Arctica
Freedom Call
Hammerfall
Steelwing
Wintersun
Children Of Bodom
Amon Armarth
Turisas
Dragonforce
Sabbath
Helloween
Gamma Ray
Alice Cooper

Tons more but that's all I can think of right now.
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#10
dream theater 4 times (the best)
between the buried and me
coheed and cambria
the flatliners
keepin six
ill scarlett (those three are local bands that got some notoriety)
mastodon
iron maiden
protest the hero
underoath
august burns red
muse

probably a few others i cant remember and a whole bunch of djs/producers too. but dream theater remains the best. i really want to see helloween live too but that's highly unlikely, they are amazing as **** live
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#11
Probably not a great quality photo, but these are all the spent tickets I could find. Earliest one I think is Rob Zombie(touring for Hellbilly Deluxe in '98. Still have a drumstick from that gig soemwhere, too).



There are 2 or 3 mate's bands in there, too.
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That's an impressive list. Many I recognize and also have seen, many I don't and haven't.

First concert was in 1980, a no-name band in the middle of nowhere, Mt.

Too many to remember since then.
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#13
Incubus
Chevelle
Bush
Filter
A perfect circle
fall of troy
young the giant
citizen cope
deftones
the devil wears prada
gin blossoms
smash mouth
sugar ray
fastball
vertical horizon
smashing pumpkins

maybe some more but mostly just opening acts for those shows.
#14
Like barely any:
Yoshiki from X Japan twice,
Ling tosite sigure (who I didn't know at the time, who were great)
Alexandros (who I didn't know at the time, who were eh)
VAMPS (who I knew at the time and who were great and there was a tiny Japanese girl dancing in front of me the entire time which was just pretty adorable tbh)

In the next few months I've got VAMPS again (supporting Apocalyptica), Sabaton and Alestorm and X Japan lined up, and probably Fifth Harmony this November if they count as a band depending on ticket prices.
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#15
First was Deep Purple 2013

other than that,
Doobie Brothers
The Wailers (minus Bob Marley)
Boz Scaggs
Elvis Costello and the Imposters
A bunch of small acts that probably aren't worth mentioning (not that they weren't great though).
#16
First show 1980 Blue Oyster Cult opened for Queen.
32 Rush shows since then.
Journey
Iron Maiden
Loverboy
Eddie Money
The Babys and many others all back in the day.

This year went with my daughter to the Warped Tour for the second time.
Also Of Mice and Men
And Kenny Chesney and Eric Church
#17
Too many to list but some from this summer
Rush thrice
Deftones
Mastodon twice

Going to be seeing Yes for the second time next week, highly anticipated. Then King Crimson in November, which I still can't get over the fact that they are coming to my neck of the woods.
#18
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Hilary Hahn
Kurt Rosenwinkel
Guthrie Govan

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#19
prob 20 more that I will remember after I post this:

ACDC
Slash's Snakepit
Paul McCartney
The Rolling Stones
Metallica
Jet
The Answer
The Black Crowes
The London Souls
Rival Sons
Trucks-Tedeschi
Eagles of Death Metal
The Darkness
White Buffalo
Electric Six
N.E.R.D.
Hoobastank
Incubus
Brad Paisley
Dierks Bentley
Dave Matthews Band
Hootie & The Blowfish
AFI
Jack Johnson
Ben Harper
Cake
Eagles
Weezer
Journey
Britney Spears
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#21
First concert was Gwar. My cousin was a slave
Tool
The devil wears prada
White Chapel
Les Claypool
System of a Down
Miss may I (sucked)
We Came as Romans
Parkway Drive
The Wailers
Arrested Development
Of Mice and Men
Abandon All Ships
and a million other small bands
#22
Rush
Zappa Plays Zappa
Dream Theater
Porcupine Tree
Behold... The Arctopus
Cannibal Corpse
Necrophagist
BTBAM
Opeth


I kinda stopped going to concerts after that. Kind of all seemed the same after a while.
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#23
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Too many to list, but TS, Kinesis, Lostprophets and Linkin Park? That was my first major arena gig, at Wembley. Kinesis were a brilliant find.




Yup. Cardiff International Arena. (Motorpoint now)

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#24
Crow-a band from Minnesota who had two records that charted in the 60s. I saw them at a local teen dance hall. They were absolutely fabulous, I'm not kidding.

The Ides of March- I saw them at the same teen dance hall. They were okay, the vocals and lead guitar was there just like the record (vehicle)

Steve stills- I saw him at a big concert palace deal in Denver and 71 the concert sucked.

Frank Zappa- I love his records and hes given brilliant live performances tons of them, when he was in DeKalb Illinois sometime during the early 70s, it totally sucked. It was a gyp . They use the house PA which was crap and he did not play guitar. It was like"okay I showed up, now give me the money so I can go."

Greg Allman band shortly after his breakup with Dickey in Florida in the early 80s- it was the best live music I have ever heard. The guitar player was like Dickey Betts on steroids.

Heartsfield-a semi-mainstream band you have never heard of in . I heard them Dixon Illinois and they were totally freaking amazing. They had to jaw-dropping guitar players and their sound was exquisite.
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#25
They've changed last.fm and it has lost my list of all the artists I've seen live so sorry I can't post

It was bloody long though

RIP list.
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billy joel
the killers
elton john
alan holdsworth
the killers (again)
passion pit
howling bells
the kooks
explosions in the sky
mono
chicago
explosions in the sky (again)
mf doom
pendulum
reggie watts
eric clapton

might be more, idk. can't list them all off the dome but this is a good effort
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Blink 182+Sum 41+Simple Plan+All Time Low
Incubus
Stone Sour
Papa Roach
Placebo
Korn
System Of A Down
Deftones
Lamb of God
Slipknot
Marilyn Manson
In Flames
Steven Wilson
Metallica+Meshuggah+Gojira+Faith No More
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#29
Only a few. Haven't been to a concert in years though because my ears are fucked (from my sinuses) and being in that loud of a place for that long is painful as hell.


Green Day
Muse
Weezer
San Cisco
Modest Mouse
The Flatliners

A few more that played with them at the time.
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Chuck Berry
Watain
In Solitude
Tribulation
Morbid Angel
Vadim Von
1349
Origin
Abysmal Dawn
Wolvhammer
Eyehategod
Down
King Parrot
Behemoth
Cannibal Corpse
Goat*****
Sepultura
Destruction
Arsis
Starkill

There's some others that I can't remember off hand.
#32
Too many to list. highlights / memorable:

metallica, lamb of god, avenged sevenfold, my chemical romance, northlane, architects, august burns red, parkway drive, stone sour, new found glory, lostprophets, dead dreamers, psycroptic, thursday, you me at 6, bring me the horizon, fightstar, rolo tomassi, i killed the prom queen, about a plane crash, bullet for my valentine before the turned lame, bury tomorrow, deez nuts, eyes of a traitor, paramore, taking back sunday, trivium, annihilator, atreyu, 30 secconds to mars
RIP Tom Searle.
#33
Shinedown
Puddle of mudd
Seether
Bullet for my valentine
Saving abel
Tool
Wovenhand
Slipknot
Lamb of god
Devil driver
Three inches of blood
Deftones
Death from above 1979
38 special
Styx
Reo speedwagon
Alice in chains
The melvins
Mastodon
Dethklok
High on fire
Converge
Primus
Sick puppies
Apocolypitica
Chance the rapper
Wiz khalifa
Rich homie quan
Young jeezy
Sage the gemeni
Montgomery gentry

Maybe more
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#35
2011-Foo Fighters w/ Social Distortion and the Joy Formidable
2012-Warped Tour. All I remember is Taking Back Sunday, some preppy British half-ass emo band. And whoever Ronnie Roadke is with. Went with my ex.
2013-Biffy Clyro w/ Morning Parade
2014-Slowdive w/ Low (Slowdive were my favorite to date)
2015-Waxahatchee /w Girlpool and some other band, Courtney Barnett w/ Chastity Belt and Daren Hanlon, Mudhoney and Pissed Jeans. And I'll be seeing The Who, L7, RIDE, MS MR and the 1975 by the end of the year
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#36
Opeth
Between the Buried and Me
Alcest
Anathema
Katatonia
Cannibal Corpse
Triptykon
Pain of Salvation
Steven Wilson
Morbid Angel
Mastodon
Meshuggah
Devin Townsend
Ihsahn
Riverside
Animals As Leaders
Tesseract
Periphery
At The Gates
Nile
Hacktivist
Leprous
Messenger
The Algorithm

Shitloads more but cba listing more
#38
I saw radiohead which was really cool

I seen...

Neutral milk hotel x2
Andrew Jackson Jihad x2
Streetlight Manifesto x2
Reel Big Fish!
Big D and the Kids Table x 2
a lot of myspace (?) emo (?) bands like the devil wears prada and pierce the veil (rip blake) and attack attack (high school am i right lol)
enter shikari
the expendables
Gym Class Heroes (i saw them play 1 song and it was this song (dang talk about classic))
Into it Over it
Mineral
Roar (favorite local band thats not famous but I've seen other locals not listed)
Devendra Banhart (talk about sexy)
this meme rap group
Of Montreal


list to be continud
#39
Not gonna bother listing every band, just the ones I wanted to see:

A Day To Remember (twice)
Attila
Avenged Sevenfold
Chelsea Grin (twice)
Falling In Reverse
Four Year Strong
Korn
Memphis May Fire
Motionless In White (twice)
Of Mice & Men (twice)
Suicide Silence
Trivium
Upon A Burning Body
The Wonder Years

Haven't been to a concert in forever, last one was mayhem fest 2014. I'd like to see more of a variety of bands, but it's usually a bit of a drive and not enough people to go with.
#40
Bamboozle 2011
Brand New (with mewithoutYou & O'Brother)
Fall Out Boy & Paramore
Shitty Risecore bands

I haven't been to a show in a while. It's not my thing these days.
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