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BEING SAFE AND BEING SURE

Posted By Chino

Date: January 22nd, 2015

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Category: Concert Tips

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          You are only hours away ’til the most awaited concert of the year, and it’s been months since you’ve been containing the anticipation. But unfortunately, the excitement overtakes that you already neglect even the effortless steps on how to keep from losing your wallets and gadgets, and most especially to keep from danger. It’s important that we prepare for the possible worst case scenarios, because anything can happen. And the thing that sucks about it is that we don’t know what might happen.

 

          Come to the venue of the concert early, just so you could have time to study the place. Know your way to where the fire exit and the restrooms are. We should practice and get used to being safe and being sure.

 

            Ask a buddy to come with you. For in case something happens to you, someone who knows you would be there to contact your parents or anyone from your family to let them know. You’ll feel more secure when you’re with a friend because you know that someone will be with you for the entire night, particularly when it’s time when you leave the venue and go home.

 

          Your backpack is not the safest place to put your valuables in. Bringing a shoulder or belt bag will make it easier to notice and feel if a hand is getting something from inside. So, you could think less of your belongings and focus more on the music.

 

          Always know that having fun and being safe both at the same time in a night of wildness and noise is very possible because you made it possible.

 

Staying safe at a concert

Posted By editor

Date: January 15th, 2015

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Category: Concert Tips


One of the things to remember when going to a concert is to secure your tickets early. This saves you from the hassle of finding a ticket at the last minute, most often through purchasing tickets from scalpers, who will sell people last minute tickets at outrageous prices. You should also avoid carrying a lot of money and valuables, as huge crowds are the idea place for thieves and pickpockets to conduct their crimes. You should also bring a lot of water, as you might get dehydrated from all the dancing and singing you’ll be doing. Some food might also help you if the concert is particularly long. Beware of strangers that approach you from out of the blue and don’t invite anyone you just met home.

First Come, Never Served

Posted By Chino

Date: January 8th, 2015

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5 days from now, your favourite band will be having their concert in your hometown. You have waited long enough for this and when you go out and buy tickets, they�re all gone. You logged on the internet, surprisingly no ticket is available. Then we all know scalpers who sell those tickets at 3 times their face value. You can�t do anything but spend huge bucks for your band. Leap into the information age and here are some tips to get your tickets.

1. Don�t hesitate, buy it. Buy tickets online the moment they are put up on sale. Don�t delay.
2. Register with Ticketnet or other ticket providers if you are a frequent ticket buyer.
3. A fast internet connection would be very helpful.
4. Keep up to date information and schedules of your much awaited performances. This way you can anticipate the sale of the ticket.

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Ideal Location During Concerts

Posted By mctreve

Date: December 25th, 2014

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Category: Concert Tips

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What is the ideal location during concerts?

If you are in a standing concert, it is not recommended to be in the front of the stage. Why? You will just get squashed by all those people who want to get to the front unless it is worth seeing your idol closer than the others would.

Another thing to notice is where the amplifiers are. You should distance yourself from them as much as possible. Amps can cause damage to your hearing when you’re too close to them and they are too loud (which is typical during concerts).

Avoiding Thefts

Posted By mctreve

Date: December 18th, 2014

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Category: Concert Tips

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Theft is one major scene in concerts. With the sheer volume of people in the venue, people abuse this situation to pick the pockets of unsuspecting people.

            Tips on avoiding theft are as follows:

1.      Do not put any valuables in your back pockets or backpack. You might not notice if somebody has already stolen the items there.

2.      Minimize the valuables you will bring to the concert. The less the things, the less number of things to take care of.

3.      Attend concerts in groups. It is easier to observe if somebody is up to no good.

Wear at Your Own Risk

Posted By mctreve

Date: December 11th, 2014

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Category: Concert Tips

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Concerts are usually jam-packed and when you get nearer the concert stage it gets wilder. If you don’t want you toes to be murdered, don’t wear footwear that would expose your delicate toes. I went to a concert once and I wore sandals, and lesson learned, my toes were murdered. Also, we should wear something that wouldn’t hurt us if it gets dirty or damaged due to the stomping in concerts. Or, if you still decide to wear your white sneakers, you can put it on display for proof that you went to that concert. Better, just show them concert battle scars (murdered toes).

CONCERTS FOR FREE?

Posted By mctreve

Date: November 19th, 2014

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Category: Concert Tips

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Yes, everyone dreams of them, but only a few lucky people are given this particular miracle. Going to a concert for free and getting an all-access backstage pass to meet the musicians is any music buff’s idea of utopia, but how can one get in? It depends on your luck planets, actually. You can join promos and raffles where the winner gets to meet and greet their idols; try your luck in being the right caller in contest radio shows with prizes such as free tickets; or go online and see if there are any promos or contests which you can join for a chance to experience a fan’s ultimate dream come true.

PROTECT YOUR WIGGLIES

Posted By mctreve

Date: November 5th, 2014

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Concerts are surefire events which could be counted upon to blast eardrum-busting great music. But when going to one, remember that the noise level in any given concert runs the very high risk that you could damage your eardrums and possibly, even lose your hearing. Experts advise to bring earplugs during concerts, especially with such music as heavy metal en rock, to lessen the damage to your ears. Additionally, try your best not to be seated near the speakers, for that is a sure way to get yourself deafened by the end of that particular event. Protect your ears so that they’ll survive to hear another rock-out jam fest.

COMFORTABLE SKIN

Posted By mctreve

Date: October 29th, 2014

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What to wear to a concert? This is a fan’s greatest deliberation when it comes to attending these events. You don’t want to appear shabby and look as if your selling refreshments just outside the venue doors. As much as possible, concert goers want to look as flashy as the stars they are going to watch. Just remember, whatever you wear, don’t forget to think about what kind of venue the concert will be held in, such as open air or closed arena; put on comfortable attire so that you can be at ease; and lastly, try not to wear anything that might warrant any unwanted attention and disrespect.

Feel the Heat (Part 1)

Posted By mctreve

Date: October 8th, 2014

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Category: Concert Tips

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In every concert people tend to be hyper, energetic, and excited especially when they are carried away with the artist on the stage. Everyone can feel the heat as the performers get tired and wet because perspiration. Same thing happens to audience. How about you? Did you already experience the heat during concerts?

Personally, during concert, I don’t forget to bring with me a bottle of water. This can decrease the heat and can refresh me more. So the nest time you attend concert, make the bottle of water your buddy. It will not just quench your thirst but it will also energize you for you to sustain and enjoy the concert.