Which Vintage Tour Would You Love to Relive? Vote!

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Radiohead poses for a portrait in 1997.

Prince and the Revolution might be making a comeback tonight (May 14) with a three-night livestream of his iconic 1985 Purple Rain tour stop, but Billboard wants to know which other vintage concert you want to relive.

Just like Prince's 1984 musical drama film Purple Rain that featured concert footage, Radiohead's Against Demons Tour from 1997-98 got the silver screen treatment. The Meeting People Is Easy documentary followed the British alternative rock band's exhaustive international tour in promotion of its third album OK Computer and was eventually nominated for best music film at the 2000 Grammys.

With the postponement of Coachella and Stagecoach, festival season felt eerily came and went. But pretending to frolic at Woodstock while jamming out to Nine Inch Nails's iconic set might scratch that itch. And during this coronavirus pandemic, online festivalgoers can safely forgo the historic muddy moshpit -- even if that sounded like a chaotically memorable time.

So if you could turn back the clock and experience one classic concert again as a livestream, which one would it be? Vote below!


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