John Mayer Battle Studies Tour 2010

The John Mayer concert on Saturday, September 4, 2010 at the Superpages.com Center in Fair Park, Dallas, Texas was so EPIC! I know today is Tuesday and I’m barely writing about it. Well I was making sure I had everything correct before writing without all the information. It was a wonderful Saturday night for a concert outdoors! I sat in the lawn because I had free tickets from my job (beats having to pay $45 for lawn tickets). The opening act was Owl City. He had a good performance considering the audio usually is sub par to the actual headliner. I only knew ONE song of his so I wasn’t paying very much attention. Then, after a 35 minute set and a 15 minute intermission, John Mayer FINALLY came out to wow the crowd! I loved the 2 and a half hour concert consisting of 19 songs and a few minutes of his wittiness and wisdom. His playlist: Chest Fever, Vultures, No Such Thing, Perfectly Lonely, Ain’t No Sunshine, Slow Dancing in a Burning Room, Heartbreak Warfare, Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right, 3x5, Your Body is a Wonderland, Why Georgia, Voodoo Child, Who Says, Gravity, Do You Know Me, Half of My Heart, Don’t Stop Believing, Warning Sign and for the encore performance he sang Edge of Desire. He is a wonderful singer and GREAT an AMAZING guitarist! He also did a mini tribute to one of his heroes and Dallas’ own Stevie Ray Vaughn. As a fan I did purchase a few merchandise items. Artist really know how to make fans broke! A $30 tour t-shirt and $10 silly bandz. If any of you who are currently reading this blog ever get the chance to see John Mayer live in you city or town PLEASE go see him! Many might not like him because of his personality or what have you, but if you want to see a real artist in concert with like I said before AMAZING guitar skills and vocal abilities then GO SEE HIM!


You can view a 12 minute video from portions of the songs he sang that night right below this post.


Here is the video that played while he was singing “Edge of Desire”:






One last thing: John Mayer’s Tumblr read it! He’s pretty interesting.

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