[Gallery with concert pictures is now completed]
Ampere Muffatwerk Munich - Der Internationale Kunst- und Kulturtreffpunkt für München (Germany)
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II
First row - harghh! It just worked fine with my beloved lens. No need for other lenses.
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Amanda says now "Und tschüss". This concert is a fucking farewell. After 2 years of touring together with the Grand Theft Orchestra everybody goes his or her own way from now. As this concert stands for saying Good-bye it was something special. For the faithful audience but also very deep for the performers themselves. And they let you feel this every second. Supported by Die Roten Punkte this somehow sad evening would gonna become a real party - from the very beginning. And indeed this was the most grandious show I have ever been to (no longer the L7 gig when I was 18). The small venue and the tiniest stage I have ever seen gave a really private athmosphere. This in combination with that nice audience and so emotional performers you could feel really close. There where so intense moments. This was WOW! I was standing in the first row and I wondered when Amanda seriously announced very soon that this time no one in the audience is secure and could maybe get injured. So she let handicaped people see the show on stage. *My cam, my bag! Aaargh!* Get injured? How is that? Would she stagediving? Amanda Palmer cant stagedive from this stage. Its not high enough. And in general, it seems too small everything around here at Ampere. Will not work. Okay, it worked. And not only once. And me with my cam and bag in the first row. Holy shit I cant catch her. But fortunately, nothing got broken. Not the camera, not Amanda, not me and as I saw it no one else. So it was just a great time. Thank you Amanda for this very special and also spiritual evening with this high intensity and energy. Kisses on stage, dancing with you on stage, pogo with you in crowd to Nirvanas smells like teen spirit. We all rocked the Ampere. This was awesome. And of course thanks to Jherek Bischoff, Chad Raines and Thor Harris (you blew out my mind by hitting the drums so hard) and the whole crew!
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