My favorite (and second) 90125 show! Me and my girlfriend at the time spent that whole weekend at the resort there and we had a blast! Perfect weather, lots of partying and plenty of Yes! The show itself was great! The highlights for me were: Our Song (with killer Trevor Rabin solo), Alan White's drum solo to Hold On, Hearts,Owner Of A Lonely Heart, Starship Trooper and of all songs,Gimme Some Lovin' (which I did not expect!)The only bummer was that I was promised to meet the band afterwards, which didn't happen. But I ended up getting my newly completed Yes scrapbook signed by Jon, Chris, Trevor, Tony and Casey Young (touring keyboardist/tech). I was disappointed that I didn't get the main autograph that I wanted: Alan White! It would be a few years later that I'd accomplish that feat! But regardless,it was a helluva weekend and I later aquired a great quality cassette recording of the show. One of many of my great Yes memories!
This was my very first concert. I was 16 and heading into my Senior year of high school. My next oldest sister took me (she is a big Yes fan and is the one who helped to turn me into a raving Yes fan) to this show.
I don't recall it being all that hot, but I do recall being blown away by the band. What better show to see for your first concert?
We had lawn seats, but two of my sister's friends that came with got two tickets on the way in the parking lot that were for seats. One was for second row aisle and the other was for row 50 (I think).
We took turns sitting in the good seat and when it was my turn to sit in the second-row-aisle-seat, I was thrilled to find that the next song played was "City of Love" -- one of my absolute favorite songs on the album.
I will always recall how spoiled I was for my first concert: both for seeing one of the best bands on the planet, but also for the opportunity to sit in such a good seat (even if just for two-three songs)!
Went to this show as well...my buddy got a flat on the way and then locked his keys in the trunk in the process...what a ride. It was REALLY hot that night - that wet kind of hot that Wisconsin is known for. I thought the cartoons were fun on this tour...they also had a diffraction grating hologram at some of the indoor shows with a 3D globe that spun around and then broke apart into a laser drawn Yes logo. They sounded great and Rabin did the best he could with the old stuff.
At Alpine Valley in Wisconsin, on a really HOT night, he [Squire] wore fur and spent almost half the concert running on and off the stage. At the time I thought he had a cocaine problem, but I heard later he has a breathing problem.