I attended the Lenny Kravitz concert in Antwerp on Oct. 30, 2011. I did not have a photo-pass or frontstage access this time, but I went early and managed to get pretty close to the stage, amidst avid fans. Obviously, SLR cameras are not allowed in the audience, so like the people around me, I had to make do with a compact camera. I took my LX3, limited in zoom range but with a decently fast lens. The advantage of paying your way, is that access is not limited to the first three songs. And a bit more distance from the stage allows to get some more complete views, and not just the lead singer. Unlike most, I did not use the popup flash. That would have been totally pointless. Spotmetering was better. Here are my results.
The first seven shots show Raphael Saadiq, the support act. He was fun too.