In spring 1988, my middle brother and I walked across from my apartment in Irving to Texas Stadium to watch Pink Floyd during their Momentary Lapse of Reason Tour. I had just graduated from college and had just started working my first professional job in Dallas a few miles away. It was a beautiful, cool late-April evening as we walked downhill the block and a half over to the stadium and the thing looked very much like a spacecraft which had just touched down with all of its landing lights ablaze, setting a memorable pre-show mood.
The stadium was packed and it was a mind-blowing experience with astounding visual effects as impressive as all of the set of great Pink tunes they played from all of their albums. Another unforgettable musical night with good company.