Definitely a fun show although it would have been sick if they played Images and Words in its entirety. I feel like the band has done cool things like that in the past. You can also see the band's popularity heavily waning. The place was barely half full. Kind of sad. But it is what it is. They were solid.
What needs to be brought to attention is the opening act which, in my opinion, was more enjoyable than Dream Theater. It was the Crimson Projekct which consists of Adrian Belew, Tony Levin and other past members of King Crimson (not Fripp or Bruford). Here's the set:
Frame By Frame
Thela Hun Ginjeet