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Wear at Your Own Risk

Posted By mctreve

Date: June 26th, 2015

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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).

Before You Rock

Posted By mctreve

Date: June 19th, 2015

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Category: Concert Tips

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Before coming to your next concert event, before you slam your body with other bodies and before you have a nasty concert experience, here are some of the tips for you. It is important before going to a concert to fuel up and pack within before you rock without. Before rocking, you have to eat well. You have to have some energy for your mosh pit activities. You also have to hydrate yourself because we know that you’ll be sweating and you woudn’t want to faint. It is also important to hydrate especially if you will be taking in some alcohol, you need to get down with water.

Avoiding Thefts

Posted By mctreve

Date: June 12th, 2015

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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.

Feel the Heat (Part 1)

Posted By mctreve

Date: May 15th, 2015

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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.

Feel the Heat (Part 2)

Posted By mctreve

Date: April 24th, 2015

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Aside from bringing your bottle of water with you during concerts, do not forget to bring a small face towel also. This is a simple thing you can bring with you especially if the place is crowded and you easily perspire. This can absorb your sweat, thus making you more comfortable in going with the flow of the concert. This is also important to avoid your sweat especially at your back. Because when the sweat at your back dried off, this can cause illnesses like cough or even pneumonia. That is why you cannot just ignore being wet during concerts.

Ne-yo on Concert

Posted By Chino

Date: April 10th, 2015

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The “Up Close & Personal Tour,” captioned by R&B-Pop stars Chris Brown and Ne-Yo revolved into the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Orange County, California, on Fri., Sept. 29, 2006, and the show absolutely did not disillusion.
Both Brown and Ne-Yo put on shart, lively performances. And yet the Hip-Hop acts who opened the show – including Lil’ Wayne and Dem Franchize Boyz – put on enjoyable shows, in spite of Hip-Hop artists being infamous for poor live performances.

Regardless of talk before the tour that Chris Brown and Ne-Yo would be “co-headling” the occasion, it’s clear that Brown is the true headliner. Not only was his name was the only one appearing on the venue’s marquee, but it was his name that every time got the loudest response from the mostly teenage, female crowd when the the performers’ names were announced by the show’s host in between acts.

Finances Do’s Part I

Posted By mctreve

Date: March 26th, 2015

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Category: Concert Tips

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In starting a fundraiser concert, finances are of course important. Above all, the point is raising funds, not losing them or just giving a free show. So we have to consider a bunch of do’s in setting up out own concert. First is, start small by having a small concert. The artist fee should be as low as possible because you will be spending also on the other logistics. You should also check if the fee for the artists is required before the day of the concert or after the concert. This will allow you some room to make adjustments on the accounting and ticket sales.

CHECK IT OUT

Posted By mctreve

Date: February 19th, 2015

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Category: Concert Tips

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For anyone wanting to be exposed to new experiences, why not give the mainstream concerts a short rest and try out new kinds. This will open you up to new experiences and broaden you comfort zone. And, if you don’t like the, you have the option if you will go back or not; for those who found that the new concert they checked out is to their preferences, then so much the better. Check out concerts for charity causes, themed concerts, interactive concerts and art concerts. Who knows? Maybe you’ll get to like these new stuff and find them perfect additions for your musical palette.

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.