This is another big show at the Bradley Center where the main floor is wide open. When it's The Black Eyed Peas Bradley Center show in Milwaukee, the venue will feature an open floor. When I have to stand all night for a show, I don't mind as long as the band can keep me happy.
Bruce Springsteen did a general Admission floor for his show too. That would be a marathon event. I guess that made the tickets on the Bradley Center floor the hardest to move? It's been 14 years with The Peas, so one would think that they will have a great fan base that is more than willing to dance all night in Milwaukee. This time it makes sense. For Bruce, not so much. I expect more of a general admission show at Shank Hall.
It looks like Behind the Front was the first album for the Black Eyed Peas. They took over three years between their latest release and Monkey Business back in 2005. There are three songs on The E.N.D. that are up for Grammys. You have to take advantage of that power, and tour once more. That's just what we see with The Black Eyed Peas Milwaukee show in the spring.