1. SherriD avatar

    You can't compare your experience with anyone else unless you were there. The meet and greet I attended in Bakersfield, Ca. was just a photo op...no handshake or autograph's allowed. Pablo came across a little harsh in his speech to the VIP fans before the "meet and greet". It should have been called a photo op and not a meet and greet. No one expected a "throwdown party". Everyone I saw treated ZZ Top with a lot of respect and conducted themselves with a lot of class. The concert was awesome! ZZ Top were friendly and smiled at us as well!

  2. billy rocker avatar

    SAW ZZ TOP FOR THE 3RD TIME IN CINCINNATI OMG THAY KICKED ASS AINT LOST NOTHING STILL GOT IT AND BROUGHT IT
    THANK GOD I GOT TO GO THEY SO FRACKEN ROCKED!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. benma avatar

    I gotta tell ya that we as well don't think it was too bad , we were at the show in NYC it went very smooth as far as the tickets in the mail you didint have to wait at the will call office , and There was Pablo waiting with the passes and ready to answer all questions,who needed crowd free merch there wasn't a line at all , we got great seats , after the show we did get a few words in with the band members ,and even an autograph from billy. Guess you gotta be last in line for that. And as far as $250 per VIP package front row seat it ain't that crazy ant the photo op is just a bonus
    The show and setlist were perfect so wtf guys look at the half full cup !!

  4. trainarollin avatar

    I think people get the impression that a Meet & Greet is what they see in a Beastie Boys video from 1986. They should make it clearer that it's just an aftershow photo taken in groups and that autographs will not be available. If they cannot provide a signed litho that the band actually signed, take it out of the offer. The other option would be for the band to spend an extra 7 minutes and let everyone at the M&G the chance to get ONE item signed, providing it's not a guitar, pickguard or something silly like a diseased persons body part.