My second trip to Stage AE was also a club show (I have yet to see an act on either the indoor or outdoor main stage). Which is great because it means that you get to be three feet away from the band, and there's probably only going to be 50 other people there
The opening act was a local industial band called Agnes Wired for Sound. I had no idea there were any industrial bands from Pittsburgh. They put on a great show. Singer had a great voice. I may have to check them out again.
Celldweller has a really cool visual package to go along with his music. Including tron-looking drums and keys, and a three screen media setup. Plus he really gets into his music, and even cracked some jokes. Set was probably one of the best he could do closed with The Lucky One, encored with Switchback (after quipping: "Freebird? We don't know that one...we're working on it"). Thankfully he didn't play Shapeshifter, but did throw in a dubstep remix of We Will Rock You.
Concert Highlight:Klayton was entertaining from start to finish. Totally both working and feeding off of the crowd.
Concert Lowlight:Lag inbetween doors and show.