Two bad things were arrangement of the event and the sound. The first one was awful because most of people came in only when KC have already finished their performance. And the sound was way too loud. Probably local technicians thought that the louder sound is the better it would be. Or probably they've thought it'd be an open-air festival. Or they couldn't make it suit to all three bands. Anyway, the soundengeneer was in headphones, so he didn't hear the real force of the music from which everybody else suffered.
KC were great even they performed in front of half empty venue. Eric Foerster, rythm guitar, was cool and rocked the audience along with Lenny Wolf, the singer. (Hey, seems guys've gained some new fans!)
Unfortunately to The Rasmus fans, most Scorps fans went to drink beer during TR performance. However, the sound was SO loud that they've listened to them in the hall anyway. Some people have changed their opinion about TR - live they rock. The audience accepted them, because all bands were once young in the begining. But the main opinion is still the same - young band for teen girls.
Alice Cooper was awesome as always. The Great and Scary himself! So unusual, bright performance... That was a real show. Nobody there saw sth like that before.
Scorps were the most familiar band for most of people. They were brilliant! Jumped all over the stage, smiled and winked to the spectators... There was sth funny: somebody lifted a little girl with a matreshka in her hands. Klaus leaned to her saying "Give it, give it" in russian (sounds like "davai").
So, everybody was more or less satisfied. Somebody saw their fav band for the first time and was happy like a child.