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Our five member family had booked a Gaudi tour w Javier. We were not disappointed. Javier is extremely knowledgeable about Gaudi and Barcelona and the world. He speaks seven languages and has great world knowledge and stories. His love of Gaudi is undeniable but he backed up that assertion with facts and examples that made us all converts. He took some time to find a little bit about us and our touring style before launching our tour. I told him that I would often stray from the group but to go on without me. He complied except when he would have a nugget of knowledge. I was glad every time he pulled me back in and strayed less and less thereafter. WE had to split into two taxis heading to Sagrada Familia and one driver did not listen to Javier's instructions and dropped half of our group in the wrong spot. Javier was able to find them and then talked us into the basilica despite the fact that we were late to our appointment. Sagrada was the centerpiece of the tour - if not our entire time in Barcelona, for me - so that would have been a tragedy. Once inside, we saw the glory of Gaudi. We had a late addition of our 5th person and they were able to handle quite simply for us. The meeting of Javier went exactly as planned and, for what we got, the price was worth it. I'd rather pay more and get a first class experience than go with some cheap skip-the-line tour run by a college student. Javier is passionate about Gaudi, Barcelona and our satisfaction. Thank you, Javier and Forever Barcelona!

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Dead & Company Prove Las Vegas’ Sphere Isn’t Just for U2, but Them, Too, in Residency’s Astounding Opening Night: Concert Review 

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Memo to anyone who “isn’t really into the Dead” but has been cajoled by a friend or loved one into attending an upcoming Dead & Company concert, as a plus-one: Your chances of enjoying the show just went up by approximately 10,000%.

Let’s not stop there, though. If you’re a faithful Deadhead with tickets for “Dead Forever — Live at Sphere ,” the Las Vegas residency that is taking place off the Strip over the next eight weekends, you already enjoy insurmountable odds of being fully invested in any show. But expect your already preordained ecstasy level to go up by 50, 70… ah, sure, let’s say 100%.

U2’s residency still holds an edge in terms of the degree of artistry employed for the big screen; the effects employed by Dead & Company are sometimes (emphasis on sometimes) a little cruder in the animation or less ambitious in the conceptualization. That doesn’t really matter. There are a couple of setpieces that feel like the dazzling equal of anything in U2’s show, and when other pieces go for something far simpler or goofier (like a giant rainbow with live images of Bob Weir , et al., underneath the arch), they’re still wholly effective.

All of this to say: If you were knocked out by what U2 accomplished in the fall and worried that some augmentation might be necessarily in order to effectively give Dead & Company’s setup a handicap… well, proceed with whatever microdosing you feel is warranted, but “Dear Forever” is a stone-cold-sober knockout.

Still, a few moments in Thursday’s show felt so signature that it’s hard to believe they would not be repeated in some form every night in the engagement. One of these arrived with the second number Thursday, “Mississippi Half-Step,” and maybe the fact that the visuals of San Francisco accompanied a song that evokes the South bodes well for the filmic accompaniment to be used on different songs over the engagement. Fans first saw a shot of quaint SF row homes — helpfully subtitled “Haight Ashbury,” for any newbies in this world — which then panned out over the neighborhood, the city, the west coast and finally the earth, with convincing enough photorealism that you could probably talk either a kid or a stoner into believing that it was the world’s most technically advanced drone shot. That journey, from the seat of the 1960s counterculture into the reaches of outer-space culture, reversed itself during the penultimate number, “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door,” which started its trip aloft in the cosmos and ended up knocking on 710 Ashbury St.’s door.

Another piece that feels most integral to the show, as first seen, is an epic-length animation of the Grateful Dead’s Steal Your Face skeleton, rising from the grave, doing a little jig and grinningly mounting a motorcycle to go journeying through a psychedelic landscape. (The audience probably would have been happy to watch that dude all night.)

A highlight that will almost certainly be a nightly feature, however else the setlist may experience total turnover, is the visual sequence that accompanies Mickey Hart’s traditional mid-act-2 “Drums”/”Space” percussion quasi-solo (now augmented by Jay Lane as the second drummer in place of the apparently now-retired Bill Kreutzmann). This section, in which the rest of the band takes six, lasted 16 minutes during Thursday’s show, and not a second of that was wasted visually, starting with a phalanx of hundreds of animated percussion instruments that made rare use of Sphere’s “ceiling” as well as every other square foot. (Drummers of the world may want to sell off spare parts of their kits just to buy some secondary-market tickets to come out and see this extravagant celebration of everything that was ever built to be struck.) Eventually all those instruments gave way to visuals that were more abstract — along with a few random shots of downhill LSD skiing — before landing firmly in the Milky Way. Speaking as someone who has prayed for a lot of drum solos to be over, it actually felt slightly anticlimactic when the full band returned to the stage.

If not much has been said yet about the band’s place in all this, that’s coming — first of all, through a mention of how ingeniously the big screen does (or quite often doesn’t) depict the players on stage. If you’re a truly veteran concertgoer, maybe you’ve experienced what feels like the tyranny of the overhead screens at major shows, where it feels like our attention is being forced away from the figures on stage to their LED avatars at every moment. “Dead Forever — Live at Sphere” achieves a healthy balance for this, similar to what went down at the U2 residency, but with just a lot more running time available for some operator to decide whether we should be looking at, say, John Mayer ‘s hands or face or none of the above at any given time or not. Each song’s design provided a different template for where to fit in shots of the musicians, of any, giving us just enough breaks from their grizzled faces that they became a welcome sight whenever they popped up as dexterous 50-foot giants again.

The designers and operators made smart use of split-screen effects, although there was never anything so basic as an actual, literal split screens, but other frameworks in which to place two opposing images. Sometimes the portrayals of the live band were really diffuse — like the moment during Hart’s epic “Drums” when hundreds of tiny images of his playing filled the vast expanse. On a very few occasions, the production just went with one huge widescreen image over the stage. This was particularly useful for catching and magnifying some of the interplay between band members, most of which took place between Mayer and fan-favorite keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, two guys who like to egg each other on with some mugging when their parts align. (OK, Mayer does most of the mugging, and Chimenti plays the beatific straight man… but it’s delightful when it’s captured as beautifully as it was Thursday.)

The six-piece band, as it now stands, can fairly be said to be on fire… but not too flammable, because things have to be paced over four hours. The photography on the overhead screens is necessarily more static a lot of the time than it was for U2, because when a song lasts 10 minutes or more, the visual for that needs to be something you can relax into, not a Zoo TV-style assault. We didn’t catch the recent single weekend Phish did at Sphere, and jam-band heads will no doubt be weighing in on the relative pacing of the visuals assembled for these two bands. What we do know is that just about every choice made for Dead & Company felt just right — not doing anything to detract from the jazz interplay of the band members at their expansive best, but hardly lazy about giving periodic wakeup calls to an audience that came to Sphere not just to lounge, but to thrill-seek.

And sometimes you need pure nostalgia and sentiment. The show’s end brought a montage of black-and-white photos of Dead band members and associated personalities, living or dead. And it was a sweet instance of using the highest tech humanly available to remind the audience that this is a gathering of family unlike virtually anything else in rock. There’s no mistaking that everyone on-stage and in the audience is getting on in years, and not taking any of this commingling for granted. Not a word was uttered from the stage during the four hours, so it’s not as if Bob Weir is going to step up and celebrate the occasion, when it’s understood by all anyway — this residency coming after what was billed as the close of the final Dead & Company tour last summer.

When a long, strange trip it’s been… and in the vast expanse of Sphere, now, what a long, tall and wide trip. If this has a chance of being a last stand, attending fans will go out happy, crying and overstimulated.

Dead & Company’s ‘Dead Forever – Live At Sphere’ 

Set list, opening night, May 17, 2024:

Feel Like a Stranger

Mississippi Half-Step

Me and My Uncle

Brown-Eyed Women

Cold Rain and Snow

Uncle John’s Band

Help on the Way

Franklin’s Tower

He’s Gone

Standing on the Moon

St. Stephen

Hell in a Bucket

Knockin’ in Heaven ‘s Door

Not Fade Away

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Thursday, May 16; Friday, May 17; Saturday, May 18 

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How Lollapalooza Changed Rock Music Forever

A new Paramount+ docuseries tracks how the festival went from an alternative underground tour to a mainstream global phenomenon.

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Lolla: The Story of Lollapalooza.

During its trailblazing heyday, Lollapalooza provided an unparalleled platform for the alternative. The problem was that by doing so it made the alternative mainstream, which ultimately caused the summer music festival to betray its roots—an inevitable evolution that stands as the most fascinating aspect of Lolla: The Story of Lollapalooza , a nostalgia-fest which understands that all good underground things must either die or become the very thing against which they rebel.

Ironically, Michael John Warren’s three-part Paramount+ docuseries (May 21) is somewhat undercut by a similar dynamic, given that its own desire to end on a happy note means that it must ignore the fact that there’s no going home again to recapture the magic that made a sensation truly sensational in the first place. As a result, it’s ultimately more promotion than critique.

Lollapalooza launched in 1991 as the brainchild of Perry Farrell, frontman for the paradigm-shifting band Jane’s Addiction, who—along with cofounders Ted Gardner, Don Muller, and Marc Geiger—viewed it a way to channel the spirit of England’s Reading Festival (and its ilk) by bringing together an assorted line-up of artists on a single stage. Designed as a farewell for Jane’s Addiction, which planned to disband once this run of shows was completed, it quickly blossomed into an invigorating new take on an old format. Attendees were offered not just one great performance after another, but a common area filled with local avant-garde artists, social activist booths that sought to raise awareness about guns, the environment, and voting, and additional attractions that made it an immersive day-long experience directly attuned to the era’s youth culture.

Just as Jane’s Addiction was at the vanguard of the burgeoning alternative rock movement, Lollapalooza arrived at an auspicious moment, with a variety of bands in different genres offering an antidote to 1980s corporate rock. On its maiden outing, Lollapalooza featured Jane’s Addiction and a collection of acts that suggested a new way forward for rock, from the industrial aggression of Nine Inch Nails and the politicized metal of Ice-T & Body Count to the post-punk experimentation of Siouxsie and the Banshees. To a greater degree than anyone expected, it was a massive hit, thereby spawning subsequent summer iterations that made Lollapalooza a household name and its template the one to emulate. More importantly, it helped launch the careers of many of the decade’s biggest bands, be it Pearl Jam (1992), Soundgarden (1992), Tool (1992/1993), Alice in Chains (1993), Rage Against the Machine (1993), or Green Day (1994), all of whom got big breaks on the Lolla stage.

In the early ’90s, Lollapalooza so perfectly predicted, embraced, and exploited a burgeoning shift that it became an essential part of the teen zeitgeist, and its expansion—including a third stage and myriad ancillary entertainments like the stomach-churning Jim Rose Circus—made it the must-see event of each summer. As Lolla: The Story of Lollapalooza shrewdly points out, a considerable component of that appeal was its diversity. While most attendees may have been white men, the tour’s inclusion of Black and female artists turned it into a melting pot of genres, traditions, and viewpoints. Commentary here from Ice-T, Tom Morello, and Living Colour’s Vernon Reid (among others) helps underscore how thrilling it was to be in an open-minded environment where disparate people and styles found easygoing common ground.

Lolla: The Story of Lollapalooza is led by interviews with Farrell, Muller, Geiger, and their dedicated colleagues, along with musicians who participated in one of Lollapalooza’s multiple go-rounds. Moreover, it boasts considerable archival footage of performances and backstage shenanigans, some of it courtesy of MTV News, which routinely covered the event. In terms of capturing the feel of the era, Warren’s docuseries is spot-on, and that also goes for its examination of the growing pains that accompanied the tour beginning in 1994, when sales were so robust that many began questioning whether the festival had become a showcase for the status quo it originally opposed. Of course, that’s precisely what had happened, although through no fault of its own; like the artists it spotlighted, Lollapalooza was simply a victim of an industry in which alternative bands had unwittingly become the new arena rock gods.

Fans crowd surfing at the Lollapalooza.

Fans crowd surfing at the Lollapalooza concert in Waterloo Village, New Jersey Aug. 14, 1991.

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Lollapalooza’s subsequent attempts to pivot—first back to its indie origins in 1995, and then to aggro stadium metal in 1996—proved equally clumsy. As with 1996’s headliners Metallica, the definition of a modern anti-mainstream band that had transformed into an unstoppable rock goliath, Lollapalooza grew so large that it wound up getting caught in a no-win situation, and following its 1997 iteration, it opted to shut down. Except, as Lolla: The Story of Lollapalooza details in its final installment, it was eventually revived in 2005 as a one-day event in Chicago’s Grant Park. That reinvention was a success, and the docuseries (and Farrell) do their best to paint this as the third act of a heartening story about the beauty of bringing people together to dance, sing, and listen to the music that they love.

Yet while accurate, the redemption-story platitudes forwarded by Lolla: The Story of Lollapalooza about the festival’s Chicago phase—which was marked by memorable performances by Metallica, Rage Against the Machine, Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, and various pop stars—can’t overshadow the impression that the original vibe and vitality of Lollapalooza is now a distant memory. Lollapalooza rose from the dead as something mainstream, corporate, and indistinct from the myriad other music events that dot the summer calendar. If Farrell and company are happy with it being a popular regional event for fans of Dua Lipa, Chance the Rapper, and their top-40 compatriots—not to mention an extravaganza that can be duplicated in foreign territories—that’s all well and good. Yet in light of this series’ early celebration of the festival as a crucial landmark in alternative culture, the concluding praise for Lollapalooza’s later incarnations comes across as less a recognition that things change than the type of sell-out which Farrell claims is what he’s struggled against for his entire career.

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