Mark Steyn is worried that Al Gore’s hot air concert may have been the death knell for such events-you know those big didactic concerts we’ve come to love:

“…I worry that my grandchildren will never know the feeling that you’ve totally demonstrated your tremendous concern and commitment to taking action just by going to a concert and staying until halfway through the George Michael set when he started doing stuff from the new album. I worry that my grandchildren will never know the thrill of being hectored by Bono and Bob Geldof, and that many already rare species will simply vanish from the earth – Seventies supergroups who’ve not yet had a long-awaited charity-gala reunion….”

Meanwhile, I have a worry: What does the selection as the concert as a venue to honor their memory say about Their Royal Highnesses William and Harry? As a royalist, I am concerned.