Sawatdi ka! Bangkok!QAL Asian Tour, a huge success, well, Three Maestros can't give anything below par. The sound systems and the massive audiences were actually the key factors and definitely Adam did it again!Also, the Conglomerates such as Singapore Airlines who were the sole organisers of Grand Prix + QAL...they were the real people pulling the strings behind the scene. That fantastic picture of 90,000 at the Padang was taken from the air by a surveillance airship which I saw pass by my tv screen for the Grand Prix and would have surveyed the huge crowd with minute scrutiny. I looked closer and Adam seemed to be facing it with his arms outstretched while Brian was facing the audience and the big light was directed at him from an aerial source.
QAL Asian Tour, an event to beholdNow tugged away, perhaps till next yearIt was exhausting for the Three MaestrosPartly due to the heatAlso, waiting for the Grand Prix to endAnd so it started past 10 pmBrian said afterwards it was a long walkTheir last notes...the end of their thrustAs they pushed on, down the Q catwalkAdam gave his final burst in We Are The ChampionsA note we'll remember...interspersed with smoke and confetti Spike Edney said it loud and clear with intimacy Saluting the 90,000 below the City Hall DomeA full-circle historic moment...as God Save The Queen playedAdam seemed rather 'high' on stageIn an all-out performance, rings the dawn of a new age!
Aerial view Padang 90,000https://www.instagram.com/p/BKfyQOVBmf4/?taken-by=adamlambert(Press Ctrl key and + for enlargement/details)
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