The highlight for me was easily the Lucero cover (the war, it sounded absolutely amazing, I totally geeked out and was the only one singing along near me for it ) with Tim Barry. Such a fun show, except a lot of the crowd sucked, probably because they were just there since it was free.
Yeah the crowd was pretty bad. I kept waiting for the kids from the ghettos that just showed up to smoke weed to leave, and I think the place cleared up somewhat towards the end.
The highlight for me was definitely seeing this old school hipster probably in his 60's weathering a leather jacket and a shirt with Springsteen's Darkness on the Edge of the Town cover printed on it. I thought that was hilarious, but also awesome that TGA was attracting the old folks. Speaking of which, there were a lot of dads bobbing their heads in the crowd and I saw a dad with his daughter who knew every word to the songs. That's a part of TGA's success that you just can't hate - their songs are universal in terms of age.