Clay Aiken – A Sold-Out…Outdoor Concert!

I went to a concert-in-the-park last night.  It was just a community concert…no big names, but it was lovely.  The heatwave we had endured all week was over and people brought out blankets and chairs to sit on.  Many brought their picnic dinner.  It just was a typical summer concert!

For some reason, the concert reminded me of a Clay Aiken concert that I attended.  Now, the two concerts were very different.  The community concert had about 400 people.  Clay Aiken had thousands at his sold-out outdoor concert at The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.

During the summer of 2007, Clay made a tour stop in Asheville at the Biltmore Estate.  The audience was filled to capacity and the crowd had a wonderful time.  It was very hot!!  But the crowd had fun with bats, bugs and beautiful music.

I thought that some fun pictures and videos of the Biltmore concert was a good idea for this summer day!

Best of Banter – Asheville

Angela’s predicament with bugs.

Without You

Summer concerts under the stars always makes for a great evening!

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Comments

  1. Ashville looks like such a beautiful place to see a Clay Concert and the videos proved it was a funny and great time for those attending. I saw two concerts on this tour – in Sterling Hgts. Michigan and Columbus, Ohio. They were great, too – – – lovely summer! Angela and Quiana work so well with Clay!

    Thank you so much for the wonderful videos and photos.

  2. Thank you for these Martha! I really enjoyed the videos and pictures again!!!!! Such great memories!!!! I wasn't there, but saw the videos!!!!

  3. same for me also I wasent there but I also indeed enjoyed the videos I miss clays concerts so much thank you cann

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