Baltimore VIP Experience
I was born the same month ZZ Top became a band. My Dad listened to the band early on, and I’ve been a fan of ZZ Top since before I could walk. We purchased the VIP package for the Baltimore show, and we were very disappointed. I had brought an original London release of “ZZ Top’s First Album” in the hopes the guys would sign the record, only to be told the band would not autograph anything. This is only the second time in my life I’ve even considered getting an autograph from anyone.There seemed to be quite a few extra people in the meet and greet that didn’t have the VIP badge, which did not grant enough time to all VIP customers for the question and answer session. We will not be purchasing VIP tickets again.