SANTANA STRIKES CHORD AT ROGERS PLACE
little taste of Woodstock ‘69 was brought to Rogers Place on Monday night as Carlos Santana opened his 2.5-hour set with “Soul Sacrifice”, a song he played in the Catskill Mountains of New York State so many years ago. Even at the spry age of 70, Santana still commanded the stage like that skinny mustached boy that played at Max Yasgur’s farm in Bethel, NY. Luckily, for Edmonton fans, they didn’t have to watch Santana from a muddy farmer’s field, instead, they watched one of music’s greatest guitar players from the comfort of Rogers Place.
On our way to the Santana concert – love Rogers place -yegdt is looking great #exploreedmonton #yegdt#@SantanaCarlos @RogersPlace pic.twitter.com/t75ac4tBmI
— Lauren Mann (@LaurenMann88) March 13, 2018