Top concerts in history

Top concerts

1. The Rolling Stones-

Similar to other concerts in this list, the rolling stones outing at the Altamont Speedway in California on December 6, 1969, is the something to be remembered other than their music. It, not they did not have any great tunes, but the free show included other performances by Santana, Jefferson Airplane and the Flying Burrito Brothers in their set. The music was interrupted by the death of audience member by the Hells Angel as this motorcycle gang was hired as the security for the concert.

Top concerts


2. Bruce Springsteen-

Bruce was on his way to becoming a celebrity when he played at the Hollywood Roxy Theatre on July 7th in the year 1978. This was a part of his Darkness on the Edge of Town tour. His concerts began to grow into legendary status at that time as he and E- Street Band would perform for three hours of epic shows every night. The Roxy concert is the best and most famous concert he has ever performed. He started his performances with a cover of Buddy Holly’s Rave on and ended the performance in a three-plus hour with the performance of Twist and Shout.


3. US Festival-

The apple company’s Steve Wozniak invested in a new open-air venue in San Bernardino, Calif for a three-day concert and cultural festival to be held in Labor Day Weekend in the year 1982. The event has state-of-the-art technology and even included new music. The concert also had classic rockers such as the Kinks, Santana, Tom Petty, and Fleetwood Mac and the Heartbreakers joined latest school groups like the Gang of four, the police and talking heads in the starting lineup. After eight long months, he signed another three-day Us festival.


4. Metallica-

During the band’s worldwide tour in support of the 1990 ’s black album, the band played the Tushino Airfield in Moscow on September 28th in the year 1991 as part of monsters of a rock album in the year 1991. The date of the concert wrapped up the tour with a free concert whereby the first three shows to feature famous rock stars in the country. The concert supported more than a million people and made it the highest attended Metallica concert in the band’s history.

5. The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert-

The Queen frontman Freddie Mercury died due to AIDS on Nov 24th in the year 1991, after Five months, a tribute concert was held at London’s Wembley Stadium that doubled the funding needed for AIDS research. The members of Queen were accompanied onstage by generations of fans and friends, including Metallica, Guns N’ Roses, U2 and Def Leppard. Some artists even chose to cover the Queen songs with the group’s surviving members; some played sets of their material.