Janet Jackson's Number Ones: Up Close and Personal Tour
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Boasting what's got to be one of the greatest comedy lineups in recent memory, Funny or Die's summer comedy tour Oddball Comedy and Curiosity Festival features sets by stand-up superstars Louis C.K. (Louie) and Sarah Silverman (The Sarah Silverman Program) -- and that's just the beginning. Also performing at this massive comedy fest at PNC Bank Arts Center are some of the biggest names in comedy today including Dave Attell, Hannibal Buress, Jeff Ross, Chris D'Elia, Michael Che and more. There's even a second comedy stage headlined by true-life oddball -- and hilariously neurotic stand-up comedian -- Brody Stevens (Comedy Central's Brody Stevens: Enjoy It!) plus a freak show, music by DJ Trauma, tasty treats and libations -- and a "roaming troupe of misfit performers." Learn More
The PNC center if you have never been is a great place to see an artist. I would advise to bring your own water. Bottled water was expensive at 4.50 each. Especially because it is outdoors. Other than that the place gets an A+ from me.Lionel Richie info • Jun 30 2014 star this tip starred
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Have never seen Janet live but have been a fan since my youth (Rhythm Nation was my first purchased cassette); to say the concert was awesome does not even fully explain how fantastic it was! She sang all the favorites, her vocals were strong and confident, dances energetic and on point, she looked fantastic and even though the venue was large, it felt intimate. This concert was all about showing her love for her fans. Best concert I've ever been to, period.
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Seeing Ms. Jackson for the third time was truly a charm. I totally loved this scaled back version of her show. There was no opening act, which is rare these days. The show began on time and included just about all of Janet's number one songs. ...continued