So, being a huge fan of Tool I of course go to see them live. Anyway, I had seen them before the 7/18 show in Tucson, in Phoenix the previous October. Simply phenomenal live band there's absolutely no doubt about it. Anyway, me and a friend wait 6 hours outside the arena in the hot to get very close in the general admission area. So we do, and the crowd is very congested. Opening band (Tomahawk) plays, no big deal. Not bad, but not good either, they sounded much better on their album. After that gets done, the pushing starts. Guys who didn't wait for close seats start acting like jackasses and decide to push till they get the position they want. Moshing and pushing at a Tool concert just doesn't fit. The REAL fans just want to enjoy the music. Next to me was a big guy that was just pushing at will. I told him "cut it out dude your pissing me off". He of course responded with "this is what you do at shows". Being a smaller guy, I'm 5'7 but only 120 pounds. Me and my friend are just getting crushed. So we decide to just crowd surf out and get seats (it's the only way to get out). Anyway, my friend does a perfect Wayne's World float out of there even though they tried to steal his shoes. I go up and am just flying every which way. One guy takes my shoe just as I grab it in my hand. Were both pulling on it. I get thrown over the rail and enjoy the show from seats with one shoe. Funny huh? After the concert on the flooor of the general admission area is literally like shoes laying everywhere. Security wouldn't even let me check. So that sucked. I leave and as I leave I saw 3 other fellow one shoed people. On a GOOD note, Tool rules, gives their all, and shows that their still is good musicians devoted to creating good, talented music out there. Don't let my experience detract you from seeing them.