The last time I went ot see them live was on the first leg of the Snakes and Arrows tour in 2007, so it had been a while. I was a bit apprehensive because I know Geddy's voice isn't what it used to be and it showed in 2007 but I figured it could very well be the last time to see them live. I don't think this will be the case. They tailored the show to Geddy's voice with plenty of easier to sing numbers from the 80's. Hearing songs such as Big Money, Analog Kid and Territories live was a real treat. The second part of the show was a bit more longwinded, with them playing almost entirely the new Clockwork Angels album. I really don't like the album all that much. Plus it started to rain, heavily, and Geddy was like almost doing a countdown of the remaining tunes before they got to the old (and much better, in my very humble opinion) stuff, so I wasn't alone. The vibe turned almost sour and I'm pretty sure the band felt it. I don't fault them for playing their new stuff though. They aren't jukeboxes and some of these numbers they've been doing for 35 years and they were never a 20-25 shows a year band, so they've played them probably thousands of time. After the Clockwork Angels stuff, they had to stop since thunderstorms were approaching. So no 2112, Tom Sawyer, YYZ, Red Sector A, etc. Still, I can't fault them again, probably wasn't their decision and even if it was, it was hella dangerous. Plus I know they will be back I'm sure, barring unforseen circumstances I know there aren't many tour dates left, but if you have the chance to see them, go for it. It was worth standing in the rain and wind.