Em tor schweiz
EM-Tor: Schweiz-Albanien , Fabian Schär. Wenig fehlte indes und der Schweiz wäre ohne Not die Kontrolle spät entglitten. In der Minute verhinderte. Zum zweitschönsten EM-Tor nach Shaqiris Geniestreich haben die SRF-User Frankreichs Der Schweizer Turnier-Direktor Martin Kallen zieht Bilanz. 3. Juni Die Schweiz kommt in Villarreal zu einem schmeichelhaften gegen So kam die Schweiz nur noch zu einer nennenswerten Torchance.
Eminem, Shady and Marshal Mathers were all present at the gig and he just emits brilliance. I can honestly say it was one of the best concerts I have been to in.
Eminem is a brilliant artist and he was worth all the money spent. An amazing and energic concert.
An amazing feeling and Im soo moved. The downside thought is the arena which isn't the best one for the viewrs, from a big areana where you almost can see the stage whater your meters from the stage on the side or the oposite side of the arena, the sound isn't really the best either and the caos when people are trying to get out and you get stuck and can't move.
But other than that it's a 10 out of It was absolutely amazing It was Eminem and Rihanna on August 17th. They were half an hour late which is fine.
The production was amazing, Rihanna is a goddess and Eminem is a god. Everything was perfect, the set list had everything it should.
MetLife Stadium is a great venue as well. Unfortunately the transportation back to NY was chaotic, but far from spoiling what an amazing concert we had.
Seeing Eminem is a dream that every person that's grown up in the 90's wishes to tick off their bucket list! I can't explain how euphoric it was!
I like that security staff was very friendly and reacting so quickly if something were going wrong. WC were really very clean.
We were stayed in the first line so our shoes were dry, so we were lucky because it was raining a little bit. The legendary Eminem was phenomena!
Was my second time i have seen him live and he was amazing. The whole even was just sereal. And would deffinatly see him again.
I posted that on Twitter and turns out that many people felt the same. Really shame, because as I mentioned atmosphere was brilliant.
Classic hits, good vibe in the rain in Glasgow! He seemed to enjoy it very much joking and stuff. He even lost himself! The atmosphere was insane.
Surprise guests that we weren't expecting, 50 Cent and Ed Sheeran. An outstanding performance that was worth every penny. Eminem is a must see artist.
I really enjoyed the gig. I wish he'd played more "full" songs, but i guess then we wouldn't have heard as many songs. See all videos 8. See all photos See all posters Goffertpark , Nijmegen, Netherlands Goffertpark.
See all past concerts This event has been added to your Plans. Get your tour dates seen by one billion fans: Sign up as an artist. Yes, please notify me.
Save this event to your plans and we'll remind you when it's coming up! Similar artists with upcoming concerts Fleetwood Mac. Thu 06 Jun Waldbühne Berlin, Germany.
Read more Report as inappropriate. But other than that it's a 10 out of 10 Read more Report as inappropriate. Truly amazing Read more Report as inappropriate.
Eminem was unreal, we love it and we will comeback: Best rapper ever Read more Report as inappropriate. Concert atmosphere was amazing. But I do not think like it was good value for money!
Screens were small, and sound was not the best. The best concert you will ever ever see! When they played their single "Pompeii," the band To Kill a King who opened for them came back out and sang with them.
It was such a cool thing to see them join Bastille because their voices are also on the audio recording. It was such a fun show, and I'm so glad that there are so many other people who appreciate Bastille as much as I do.
This time, the size of the venue had grown, as had the stage production. The light and video display really added to the excitement of the show and served to augment the music visually.
With Bastille, however, the show is more about the music than the fluff. This is a band that provides their audience with varied themes and emotions in the music, always coming up with something interesting and entertaining.
The band members are all vocalists, as well as talented musicians, which gives the band their signature harmonies. I am always impressed by an electronic band that can put on a powerful live gig without relying heavily on canned music.
Bastille performs with a lot of energy and really connects with their audience. My teenagers were astounded that there was a moment when Dan was moving through the crowd as he sang something he also did at last year's show , and they were concerned for his safety.
I believe that truly connecting with fans is a risk Dan is willing to take, and Bastille's fans are loyal and passionate in response. My teens were disappointed to not hear a couple of their favorite songs, and I explained that those particular songs are covers, and that there may be copyright issues, or perhaps other reasons that Bastille could not perform What Would You Do and Requiem For Blue Jeans.
We did hear many of our favorites, and loved that Ella Eyre is touring with Bastille so that we could hear No Angels live. Ella's opening set was very energetic and got the crowd pumped up for the headliner.
The energy of the whole evening was very positive, and the crowd obviously adores these artists as much as they enjoy performing.
I wholeheartedly recommend catching a Bastille concert if you ever have the opportunity. I showed up at 7am to queue because I wanted to get front row.
Queue system was terrible. Some of their fans didn't know what respect is but anyway. The second you walk into the arena, the show starts.
It doesn't only start when THEY walk in. That's what I love so much about them. They put on the most incredible and smart show I've ever been to.
From their opening acts, to their lighting, to their visuals, with Stephen Hepworth being hilarious and amazing, to their whole WWCOMMS concept and their skills and voices.
Dan's voice is flawless. From A to Z, even when he's jumping all over the place and stuff, his singing is absolutely beautiful.
His voice and Charlie Barnes's together is probably what you hear when you enter heaven. Their setlist is brilliant,going from upbeat songs to quiet peaceful ones that leave tears rolling down your cheeks and the arena lit up with phone torches.
Nothing is more beautiful than a Bastille gig. The fact that they use the whole arena is also one of the best things ever.
You can find Dan either on stage, in the middle of the crowd, jumping around with fans, on the platform at the back of the arena, or in the higher part of the arena, with Will this time.
That's absolutely amazing and everyone feels included with that. They really blew my mind with these two nights at the O2.
I had seen them before but there, that was a whole new level. It was a hot, beautiful day when Bastille performed at Boston Calling and I couldn't have been more miserable.
The day been long and eventful, with the sun harshly beating down, which can make a person grow very tired. On the verge of calling quits, the glorious being that is Dan Smith, strutted on to the main stage.
His up and coming album "Bad Blood" which featured the superb, very popular song "Pompeii" is one of the only albums where every single song is spectacular.
And this showed in the bands performance. Every note in a song is exemplified and draws you closer to the stage.
Just the energy that the entire band emits, entices you and whether you want to or not, you dance your ass off.
All of them play roles in the music and the performance. The lead singer, Smith, really tries to engage with the audience, cheering and joking around.
During "Flaws" my personal favorite he came down into the crowd and took a bit of stroll. This band makes you part of the music and for those who don't like their sound, anyone will enjoy watching them perform.
Bastille is that type of band you can see over and over, each time being a new, thrilling experience. I have been to see Bastille 4 times and every single time was absolutely incredible!
Their music is so good to listen to but times better live. They are a bit shy as a and but still manage to really connect with their audience.
However each time I have seen them they have got better and better. The last time Dan even came into the audience at the back, which was so good because at some concerts if your at the back you can really feel out of the action, but not at Bastille.
Their playlist is a great mix so even if your not a massive fan you still can enjoy the concert.
I have seen them in the student union in Cardiff tiny venue and at Reading Festival, they were amazing at both and well worth the money.
Their career so far has been an incredible journey to follow, and I cannot wait for what comes next. They are a very humble group of friends and not boastful about their achievements, which is really great to see.
You can tell they are all extremely passionate about their music, and love to play for their fans. I cannot wait to see them again at V this year!
Bastille performed my favorite live show last night. Now may opinion may be biased for my love of this band, but who's aren't really.
Bastille put an outstanding show that everyone in the audience obviously loved. Every song was delivered with absolute perfection by humble frontman Dan Smith.
In his trademark black tee and white converse high tops, he shows his true colors as a showman to everyone in the audience Backed by the best of band mates Woody aka Chris Wood on drums never missing a beat, Will Farquarson with his suave, reserved self on bass and Kyle Simmons on the keys.
All of the band harmonize with Dan on vocals which I think is rad. Several things I liked from this show: The damn good music as that is a given.
Dan and how he likes to join the crowd every show as he did this time. That it wasn't longer. My takeaways from this show is that from their performance, I will definitely be seeing them again and again.
High-tempo, fast-paced for the most part misery pop. What's not to love? As Dan Smith himself attested multiple times, a lot of Bastille's songs are about depressing stuff, but the way in which they deliver them is anything but.
Smith is a lively front man, determined to deliver a show; his approach to this is: For this gig that involved hurling himself about the stage doing his self-confessed "terrible dancing", wandering out through the crowd with mic in hand, performances on a satellite stage towards the back of the arena, a performance up in the gods during the encore and finally, hitting the crowd with - not one - but three count em different types of sky glitter and streamers.
But for all the show's gimmicks, the songs themselves were the true stars. With two strong albums to call on now, Bastille can justify their Arena-level status easily despite Smith's continuing instance of the ridiculousness of it all ; indeed, the finale of 'Pompeii' must surely be for a stadium near you in the not too distant future.
Somerset house is a great venue in a beautiful courtyard. Open skies and not too over crowded. They really connected with the crowd and were very entertaining.
I liked how Dan Smith slammed the drums while singing and at one stage there were three people on keyboards including Dan, which I thought was pretty impressive.
It also makes a show more interesting if the band brings a special guest on stage. In this case it was Ella from TLC.
The highlight of the evening for me was probably when Dan got off the stage and sang his second last song while walking through the crowd. He walked straight past me so I patted him on the back.
I really like it when a band interacts with the crowd like that. It just adds so much extra value to a concert, and they definitely played all the songs I wanted to here.
It's a great band and I highly recommend to go see them and enjoy the experience. Thanks for a great show Bastille and Songkick. It was their first night of the Bad Blood tour in the U.
Their energy was great, and the lead singer Dan Smith thanked the audience after every song. Dan also walked into the crowd and sang for a whole song!!
I forget which song because I was freaking out at the time. Their opener, Grizfolk, was good, and Bastille had them back on stage to help sing "Pompeii" as the last song, so they have great relations with them.
There was good interaction with the audience, so that even though I was sitting in the upper level seats of the indoor venue, it was still a fun, exciting concert!
The band was fantastic, the lead singer's vocals were perfect, the flawless acoustics of the venue made his voice all the more haunting and resonating.
The instruments were great and the openings were fun. The light display and the production quality was amazing and magical!
My only possible complaints would be that the set up of the venue was very awkward and made it impossible for most people to see with how they split up the tiers for General Admission Also the drums weren't as strong in terms of how they vibrate to the audience, but I guess we were a bit farther away?
Otherwise, the band itself was great! This show was absolutely incredible. I thought we were going to miss it because of the icy roads heading up, but the boys pushed the show back an extra hour so that more people could hopefully make it.
Dan has so much energy and is so grateful for everyone that comes. He sang through the crowd twice and even jumped up to the balcony to get everyone involved.
The acoustics in this venue were amazing which made the experience even better. The Peabody Opera House has now became one of my favorite venues.
This was the band's last show of the year and they sang a song they haven't in two years, "Hangin'". The set did a bit short, only lasting for about an hour.
Of course I would have loved to hear more of my favorite songs but their set seemed longer just because of the feel.