My first concert and her first show in Serbia.
It all started with walking in packs (or better said stampedes)of thousands. We walked into the part of the park where the concert was. A few seconds later Paul Oakenfold got onto the stage and put on some Great music (and a hot chick was dancing in various environments on the plasma screens and you could see her p***y in a part where she dances in the rain :)) After all that good music he left us in silence. We had 15 minutes till she was scheduled to appear. Of course "The Queen of Pop" was late for a whole hour (Of course). When she showed up the crowd went crazy. The crowd consisted out of little teen girls and their mothers and fathers. The Mothers and Fathers were more enthusiastic about the concert than their daughters. A middle aged woman to my right danced and jumped the whole concert (She was crazy). In front of me was a big guy (that was also enthusiastic as the woman to my right) and had a daughter that he constantly carried on his back so she could see Madonna (Of course she blocked what little view I had on the stage, but at least I could see her thongs :)). I saw Madonna only on the screen and a little when she was running around. The music was... Err... OK? First it was OK, then she started some Latino stuff and a save the world song. The ending was OK, but she didn't sing at all. So I got sore feet and back for nothing (We were standing from 7PM to 1AM!). The best part was the ending (When we left). We got some hot Dogs and went into the car. The feeling of sitting after all that standing is indescribable. When I got home I pulled my toes and it sounded like I broke a bone. Anyway, the concert was OK, but not good. Paul Oakenfold was waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay better than Madonna.
If anyone missed it, he didn't miss anything. :P