Attended my 4th Saxon concert in 25 years, the first 3 way back in the 80's, the 4th just a few hours ago. Place: Hof Ter Lo concerthall, Antwerp, Belgium This is a rather small concert hall but i like to go there, the overall accoustic is more then above average so i was looking forward to this concert. We (?) got to choose from 2 setlists, either an 80's list or the Lionheart setlist. In the end, Biff said it would be a mix but it was all 80's (and one 90's sidestep), no Lionheart stuff at all. 2 drawbacks: - 1 (and most important): A big bummer was the soundman. Was he deaf or something? A few db's less would have made such a difference in soundquality. Now it was often a big wall of noise, the only thing coming through 100% were Biff's voice and the drums. Both guitars and the bass were often pure fog. A shame. I would fire the dude behind the mixing table right away. - 2: To Biff. Don't try to speak french when you're performing in the Flemisch part of Belgium. We speak dutch so stick to english next time, you then won't make a fool of yourself when "trying" to talk (and count) in french... On a positive note: The overall setlist was quite good although i would love to have heared a few other songs but hey...who am i? The vibes were there (and they were hugh) and they gave themselves 100%. And what's more, just as the crowd, the Saxon dudes enjoyed themselves. What more do you need? Perhaps just a soundman who knows his job. Overall, it still and what more do you need?