Van Halen Reunion Tour Off to a (Mostly) Good Start at Madison Square Garden

By all accounts, it looks like Van Halen’s reunion tour, which recentyl stopped by the Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night, was an absolute treat for all in attendance.

The first top of Van Halen’s reunion tour at the Madison Square Garden wasn’t without its share of problems, however. Van Halen singer David Lee Roth managed to lose his wireless mic and his in-ear mic, according to a report by Newsday. Roth, unable to hear his own vocals, didn’t exactly nail his harmonies when the band played “Dance the Night Away”, either.

Despite all of the technical difficulties involved in Van Halen’s first reunion performance, it sounds like the band was still able to put on one heck of a show for all of the fans in attendance at the Madison Square Garden concert.

“The alliance of Roth and the Van Halens seems stronger than it has in decades, strong enough to withstand the troubles of the road and still put on a fine, satisfying show,” Newsday wrote in its review of Van Halen’s Tuesday show.

Van Halen is expected to return to Madison Square Garden once again on Thursday, March 1. After that, the band will be stopping by Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut for a show on Saturday.