Public Image Ltd Portland OR Tickets, Wonder Ballroom, Oct 28, 2018, Concert
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Public Image Ltd Portland Concert Tickets in Oct 28, 2018 at Wonder Ballroom in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Public Image Ltd North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Public Image Ltd Tour Page.


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Wonder Ballroom
128 Northeast Russell Street
97212
Portland, OR, US

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Public Image Ltd (abbreviated as PiL) are an English post-punk band formed by singer John Lydon (a.k.a. More...

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11 Responses to “Public Image Ltd Portland OR Tickets, Wonder Ballroom, Oct 28, 2018, Concert”

  1. Blanch Henretta

    Good job My Lydon..and thanks to the lap dancing boy in front of me…!

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  2. Dorian Mcguinness

    I wasn’t sure what I was expecting when I went to see PIL. Last time they toured I was in high school and that was a while ago. However, I really expected the crowd to have more energy. Johnny Lydon had more energy and he’s older than anyone in the room. Granted, I think the average age of the crowd was 45 but everyone didn’t seem excited to be there. Maybe most people were saving their energy for the taped concert the next night. I think PIL also saved the best songs for that night. They played well but I would’ve liked more of the high energy angrier songs and didn’t get that with this show. Basically I was “Disappointed” at the crowd.

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  3. Samual Schweyen

    Wonderful event! It was real punk group! Rotten forever! I hope to see him again.

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  4. Tobias Diemer

    High energy, consummate show men! Don’t miss this!

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  5. Donnie Hawksley

    Johnny needs to do his homeworking before making people pay 50 bucks for that old man jamming garbage I was put through. Ruined my birthday a bit.

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  6. Earnest Foody

    John Lydon and the boys are taking all of the right Vitamins for self preservation. They outlasted my 30 something wife and I. Played a long set w/ 3 encores of all of the oldies and newer hits. Johnny seemes to be in awesome form and sounded amazing. I had read a bit about his awful voice, but I felt that he sounded like a diva. There was politics in his banter (talking about religion and the Bush years), which was a little lost on our audience, but made up for it with the incredible sound generated. Williamsburg Hall of Music is such an awesome venue. Incredible audio and no bad views even from behind the soundboard. Catch PiL wherever you can, it will blow your mind!

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  7. Kallie Drilling

    Johnny and theboys still got it! I did not know what to expect, but it was if time stopped for PIL. They did good.

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  8. Willow Nieto

    My ears just stopped ringing after 24 hours. Johnny Rotten (as he is again referring to himself) is riviting. You almost can’t take your eyes off him. Robotic in his movements, gargling with brandy and spitting into some trash can, threatening the jackass who spit at him, his wailing for almost 2 1/2 hours was nothing short of amazing. The updated version of the band is quite good. If I had to describe the actual ‘music’, I guess it’s a combination of dub meets screaching rock, but that doesn’t do it justice. The BASS, always the main focus of PiL, grabs and holds and doesn’t let go. If you see them, I highly recommend you buy earplugs. You won’t need them until he begins his rant to introduce Religion. When he demands more bass from the sound man, be careful. It’s like getting punched in the gut so hard the air actually thickens. When you think it can’t possibly get louder, it does. But even that pales before the final encore, Open Up. Then you’ll thank me for the heads up. Believe me, 1/2 the crowd were holding their ears. It’s like being next to a jet engine in a violent thunderstorm. I’ve seen The Who, Zeppelin, and Lee Michaels up close and this was more overpoweing. The highlights for me were This Is Not A Love Song (set opener), Annalisa, Warrior, Flowers of Romance, Death Disco, and Chant., although pretty much everything but Sun was great. Enjoy the show!

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  9. Lily Fickert

    They are amazing musicians, sorry Mr. Lydon I know you dislike labels. The best live performance this year.

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  10. Lavon Plathe

    This is what I wanted.
    This is what I got:
    A professional,
    empassioned,
    meaningful performance.
    I was not
    ‘Disappointed’.
    I was elevated.
    Thank you Mr. Lydon & Company

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  11. Buford Joanette

    i had a great time dancing juming up and down im 62 and was sick with copd but i had a supreme top shelf tme johnny voice was great none stop energy. i have seen pil in the 80s many times shows were great one was at the ritz club on 12st i belive after that ninght they change the law in clubs no more bottles plastic cups two much blood that night. but may 18 was a healing experince for me .my legs hurt a lot for jumping like a nut

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