Sabaton on the Sabaton Cruise 2019, 2nd night: Live review
The first night I came halfway into the room and felt the heat and heard the music. The other night I did not come into the room. The bartender had better visibility than me. Tried to come in but it was full! What can I do, when Sabaton hits the stage it feels like everything falls into place. The band and the audience become one. The second evening was much better than the first in my opinion. The band felt more relaxed and could enjoy them selfs more on stage. Joakim Brodén, the singer invited guitarist Tommy Johansson to a beer-raising competition on stage, Tommy won. Back to the music, monday’s setlist was better and the songs felt smoother, more energy. Sabaton delivers their music perfectly, the musicians are professionals. The sound engineer is just at least as professional as the sound is very good. Also worth mentioning is that when Sabaton thanked their audience, Celine Dion’s “My heart will go on” sounds in the venue and basically everyone in the audience sings along to this song. Impressive. Since it’s a song from Titanic, not many people think about it in the heat of the moment.
Photo by George Grigoriadis
Where: Sabaton Cruise