It didn't matter that we basically sat in a giant mud pit. That was disgusting! Poor Anna slipped and fell almost as soon as we sat on the grass. However, once you got used to it (and pretended there was no putrid smell and that mud was covering your butt and feet) - it wasn't so bad.
After 10 minutes of a standing ovation (seriously, she even cried), she came out to sing "Love Story" (one of my favorites!).
If I remember correctly, her very last song was "Should've Said 'No'." And, honestly, it was the best song of the evening. Which was perfect as it was part of the encore. Take a peek:
It was one of the best and most exciting nights of my life (is that good or lame? I'm not sure) and definitely the best concert I've ever seen (and I've been to quite a few). She is (or, at least, seems to be) very humble and down-to-earth. The stories she told were very relatable and she easily connected with the crowd. By the end of the evening, you really felt like you were one of her friends and like you knew her. So, all-in-all, it was a great and fun evening. I think we all loved it! I'd see her again in a second.