We went to the Chicago show last night. It was incredible. We drove in from Michigan on Friday and got a good nights sleep so we could have some fun. Got to the House of Blues at 1:00pm and got a bite to eat. Eating allowed us to get into "pass the line" where we were in front of all the other ticket holders. We waited in line from 3:00pm until 7:00pm. We were 9th and 10th into the show room. Since it was a general admission concert we got spots right up front. The only people who ever were closer than us were the bouncers. For the first few songs they also had photographers in front of us but that subsided after just a few minutes. The entire show was exciting and electrifying. Even Ty Stone,who opened for Kid Rock, was very entertaining. House of Blues was a great choice of venue, it offered a very intimate environment (and being front and center supplemented that also). Now, were headed out of Chicago going to Memphis to see Kid Rock taping for "Live From The Artists Den." We got supremely lucky and won tickets. We can't wait!