DREAM THEATER, SYMPHONY X: Milan Concert Footage, Photos Available

Italian news blog Music Metal has posted fan-filmed video footage of DREAM THEATER and SYMPHONY X's performances in Milan, Italy on Monday, October 29. Watch the clips below.

DREAM THEATER played a total of five concerts in Italy this week as part of their "Chaos in Motion" tour, starting in Rome and ending in Padova. The first two dates in Bari and Rome were said to be plagued by bad acoustic inside the basket halls used as arenas, but in Milan the sound was reportedly "nearly perfect."

Check out photos from the Milan concert:

Symphony X
Dream Theater

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DREAM THEATER's setlist was as follows:

01. Constant Motion
02. Strange Deja-Vu
03. Blind Faith
04. Surrounded
05. The Dark Eternal Night
06. Lines in the Sand
07. The Ministry of Lost Souls
08. In The Presence of Enemies
09. Medley: Trial of Tears, Learning to Live, Finally Free, In the Name of God, Octavarium




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