Tool Concert Has ‘Drugs Everywhere’ In Nebraska

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Maynard James Keenan-fronted Tool recently performed at CHI Health Center in Omaha, NE on March 12. One of the fans on Reddit, TimmehD96 revealed his experience of the concert.

Some fans only wanted to hear the hits

He noted that there were fans who were disappointed with the songs that were played and they only wanted to hear the hits of the band. He wrote:

“I now see why there are Tool fans and then there are the other Tool fans. The dude next to me only wanted to hear their hits. The people in front of me was there for the experience. People behind me disappeared at some point. Let’s just say I’m still trying to glue my brain back together. That was so f***ing awesome.”

“People were recording the entire time but I didn’t see anyone with more than one poster.

Not a single person offered me drugs but they were everywhere.

Overall fantastic experience. 10/10 would do again.”

Tool prohibits the usage of cell phones or cameras to capture photos, videos, or audio recordings as per their policy. However, the fan said: People were recording the entire time but I didn’t see anyone with more than one poster.”

Tool recently performed live in concert at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, PA. One of the fans, had disclosed how a person in attendance was escorted out of the concert. The fan revealed that a person next to him was escorted out of the concert and he claimed it was only two minutes into the first song of the concert. He further revealed that the person was noted to be recording video.

The fan from Omaha concert also spoke about the usage of drugs at the show. He wrote: “Not a single person offered me drugs but they were everywhere. Overall fantastic experience. 10/10 would do again.”

Previously, when Tool performed at KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Kentucky, one fan revealed taking two tablets of LSD drug during the show. For though who are not aware of what LSD is, it is Lysergic acid diethylamide which is used as a psychedelic drug that intensifies thoughts, emotions, and sensory perception.