Does anyone else here remember the concert Michael did with the Dallas Symphony on 9/11? I live in Austin and was going to drive to Dallas for the concert and spend the night there before driving home. When I saw the news, I assumed the concert was cancelled. Later in the day I realized I should cancel my motel reservation, and then suddenly thought to call the venue first. Come to find out, Michael and the symphony had decided to go ahead with the concert. I quickly got ready and drove up to Dallas (about 4 hr drive), but got there late, the doors were locked, and my ticket was at Will Call. I was devastated, but then some kind person who worked there must have seen how upset I was, let me come in, told me not to worry about not having my ticket, believed me when I told her where my seat was, and ushered me to my seat down in one of the first few rows. Afterwards a few of us hung around outside hoping to catch a glimpse of him leaving -- and we did. He was leaving in his limo, stopped and rolled his window down to chat with us briefly. The horror of that day was eased a little by my memories of that night.