This Kellie Experience was FANTASTIC!
My parents, my best friend, and myself made a roadtrip to the "House Of Blues" in Myrtle Beach South Carolina. The day of the concert, October 10th 2008, my friend and I met up with some of Kellie's biggest fans we had been dieing to meet. We got to the venue around 3 o clock and the concert started at 7, so we had tons of time to kill. We all shared stories and talked about everything Kellie. We took a TON of pictures with each other and just had a great time spending the day together.
All of us had special "Crash The Barracade" Tickets where we got to eat and then go into building where Kellie would be performing before anyone else. Because of this we had AMAZING front row seats! After the opening act Kellie came out singing "Best Days of Your Life" she was wearing a gray T-shirt with a rhinestone skull on the back and a glitter belt loose on her hips. She had tight black jeans and shin high boots with tassles on them.
Kellie sang a variety of songs off of "Small Town Girl" and "Kellie Pickler." At one point while Kellie was on stage a few of us shouted "WOOT WOOT" and Kellie replyed with "These Girls are Crazy!" Then at the very end of the concert I held up the "100 Reasons Why We Love Kellie" book that the members of this site put together. Kellie walked over and got it along with a little stuffed bear that another Kellie Fan had gotten her.
After the concert all us Kellie Fans walked out (in the rain) to the back where Kellie's bus was. We stood out there and soon Kellie's drummer Gregg came out and talked to us. We took pictures with him and other band members, Mike and Jay, came out to speak with us. We all took pictures and had a great time with the band.
After the band members headed back to the bus we still had hope of meeting Kellie. We all still waited out in the rain and sure enough....about 45 minutes later Kellie came out! She hugged us all and signed autogrpahs and took pictures. She was such a sweetheart! She stood out and talked with us for about 30 minutes about her new snake and just about what had been going on with her. Kellie then hugged all of us once again before leaving for the busses again. As we were walking away we all were telling Kellie bye and she shouted back "That will be $900!" How funny!