Past Event

Sep 3 2004
Borgata Hotel Casino
Atlantic City, New Jersey


Van Halen.


Show 7:00PM.



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The gang keeps getting better every show. I thought they were great in
Worcester, but this show was even better. The timing and vocals were
perfect. You can just tell that all of the guys are really enjoying this.
I made the trip down from Boston, like I did when Sammy and the Waboritas
played back a couple of months ago. It was such a nice feel, being outdoors
and 20 feet from the stage. The set list was the same as the others, except
for Sammy's abbreviated solo which he just played 'Tropic of Capricorn'. I
wished he'd have done another song, but besides that I can't complain. I
might have to make another trip to see them again. I don't want this to
end. Great job guys!

Boston, MA


I just returned from my 3rd road trip to see the boys and I must say , It was totally worth it! The shows just keeping going "higher and higher"! Sammy looks absolutely gorgeous! What a beautiful bag of pipes! Alex and Mikey look happier than ever and Eddie played unbelievably awesome! I had FRONT ROW at the Borgata in Atlantic city. Outside, a warm and beautiful day AND VanHalen. It couldnt get any better than that!

Thanks Guys!!!!
I Love You!


My husband and I seen the Atlantic City show the other day and we seen Sammy and the boys in Philadelphia were we live.Just wanted to say how awesome both show were. Sammy you still have it. You still can rock with the best of them after all these years. Mike played great as always.It is great to have the music back again .We hope after the tour is over that the band stays together still. Eddie has to stop drinking so he can consentrate on his playing, it really shows. I hope Alex and especially Eddie realize that their nothing without the both of you!

Dana and Fred Troescher


This was the 7th show on the Van Halen tour that I've seen and they just seem to keep getting better and better. I've pretty much covered most of the east coast shows not to mention catching Sammy at the Borgata. I must say that Sammy is truly the reason why I've followed the tour around. Not taking anything away from Michael, Eddie or Alex. But, not only is Sammy a great musician but a true class act. Taking the time to sign and acknowledge his fans the way he does is just truly unbelievable. I was about 20 or so feet from the stage and threw a shirt up on stage for Sammy to wear. After a little while he found it, picked it up and signed it, not what I was expecting. But instead of just throwing it back to just anyone. He searched out where it came from and made sure it came back to me. Unbelievable! Anyway, if anyone reading this has not yet seen this tour, I highly suggest you buy yourself a ticket and do so, it's worth every penny. I can't say that I'm done yet. So I hope to see and meet more of you out there, I'm the guy supporting the NH license plate "HAGAR55". O ya one last thing. Sammy if your reading theses, when you were in Atlantic City last time you mention maybe a Cabo Wabo Atlantic City-well, that would be great but sure would love to see a Cabo Wabo New England!
One of your biggest fans
Aaron Sarette
Manchester NH


It was absolutely fantastic! We did the 5 star All Access, and got to be front row for the sound check, and the show. They floored everyone when they did some tunes from way-back at the sound check (like Somebody Get Me A Doctor), and they kept charging from there. They looked like they were having as much fun as the fans. We also saw VH in D.C., then in Toronto, and again in N.J. They sounded great each time, but just keep getting better ! Sammy manages to keep looking young & sounding great. His solo was awesome, although shorter than the other two times We so glad to see them back together again, and hope that they keep making new music.

John Recicar & Lois Duff
Silver Spring, Md.