Do you enjoy going to concerts?
June 16, 2018 7:26am CST
Happy rainy Saturday from here in Minnesota. I am on day 6 of 6 of the work week, about to put a quick 6 hours of overtime in and then enjoy one day, Sunday off. Am excited for a little time to myself and to unwind after a busy week. This may sound like a generic question, but do you enjoy going to concerts? Maybe only under certain circumstances? I used to love concerts, just being out and getting in the pit. Now that I am older, I dont enjoy them much at all unless I have a SEAT and its a band I really like. One of my favorite bands, Cracker, is coming to town tonight at a small standing room only venue. I was going back and forth with whether or not to go. I dont like standing and getting sweaty in large groups of strangers. But I like this band enough to do it, and its only $25 and starts at 7pm so not too late. What is your feeling about concerts? What was the last one you went to?
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@maezee During the summer there are tons. Love it. And then there is the Wisconsin State Fair which I LOVE in August. When I lived in Wisconsin my wife and I went every year, and we lived close enough we could walk to it. Now that we are in Illinois we don't make it every year, but we try to.
Oh, I love concerts! it is so much fun being with friends and so much nice to meet new people too. The concerts i have recently attended were a blast and everyone in the venue was so nice! I kind of met a lot of people too because some fans were also givin out goodies, like photocards, and stickers and some handfans and string bags too. They give them out for free to those who can show their tickets to the concert. =) The last concerts i attended was for the same Boy Band (Korean) called B.A.P. They did a concert in Bangkok and also in Taiwan. So my friends and I (from Philippines) had it all planned a month before each concert dates and few to these countries to see our "idol" For Korean Concerts, there is also this culture of freebies or perks as they call it if you buy the front standing VIP tickets and we also experienced HiTouch! So you basically are able to do a hi five with them for a few seconds, so you actually see them up close like that.
The last one I went to was back when I was in college. A rock bank that I really love. WAs in the mid 90s. I don't enjoy concerts as much anymore. But if somebody gives me a ticket to a favorite band of mine, I'd probably go but with my family.