At about 5 P.M., it started raining gently... without being too worrying. However an hour later, there took place a strong hailstorm with hard winds. The queue got scattered, everyone looked for shelter like mad. We were truly scared, there were people that got sick, and others were trying to change their clothing because they were soaked wet. Thankfully it didn't last for long, and little by little the queue got back to normality. Still, little before the opening of the venue there was an official warning that the venue was half flooded and the concert might be cancelled. So we had to wait for a while more while the staff was drying the venue up, so the concert was delayed significantly.
When entering the venue, the first thing that caught my attention of the venue was how close the stage was from the crowd, there was no space in between. The only thing that separated the stage from the crowd was a very high fence, approximately 170 cm tall, that was rather dangerous too. They had us waiting more and more, we were starting to be desperate...
Finally, the secretary made his announcement. It was the same as last year, "prohibited dying during the concert, but if you do it you'd better do it with a smile on your f***** face"... and similar messages that were funny and made the waiting more bearable while we saw the technicians testing the instruments, smoke effects and lights.
The concert started off about an hour later than expected. The songs that they played were half the same that they played last year, the other half brand new songs still to be released and of unknown title. However, we got hold of the titles of the new songs!
The already known songs were good, but the change in the list has given place to a concert less focused on rock and more oriented to pop-rock. It results in a way funnier and informal concert than the one from last year, adapting as well to the several changes.