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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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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.

Ideal Location During Concerts 2

Posted By mctreve

Date: October 1st, 2014

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One more consideration when choosing the best locations in concerts are the emergency exits. It always helps to be near these areas in case there might be an incident and people would go rushing to the exits. Stampedes can occur during concerts and you will get hurt more if you are caught in the middle of it all.

Lastly, one should be alert about the people in the surroundings. If they seem conspicuous then you should keep your distance. Either they are up to no good or may cause commotions that could ruin your concert experience.

Some Concert Tips

Posted By Chino

Date: September 10th, 2014

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I came across an article in USA Today by Whitney Matheson. The title of the article is “What to wear? Where to pee? Some Concert Tips For Adults.” In this article she gives practical tips and advice to any concert goer. Here is one tip that I like and made me laugh, if you want more you can visit www.usatoday.com

  • Please, on all that is holy, don’t look for love. Events like this are not the greatest places to forge love connections, and that’s not just because many attendees are underage. By about 7 p.m., I spotted several girls crying by the soft-pretzel line … possibly because their boyfriends had either abandoned them or cozied up to someone else.
  • Save your voice. Try not to sing along with the band unless instructed. And don’t waste your time screaming for the band’s big hit — nine times out of 10, it’s already on the set list. (In related news, I also noticed it’s no longer customary to hoist a lighter during ballads, either. At a 90-degree stadium show, I guess it’s a good idea not to give off any more heat than you have to.)

Finances Do’s Part 3

Posted By mctreve

Date: August 27th, 2014

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In the previous entries, we have discussed some of the things we should remember when it comes to finances of a fundraiser concert. One of which is the artists fee. The reason why we shouldn’t have expensive artists is because we are trying to avoid lots of internal discussions and detailed planning on how to make enough profits. Keeping it low would enable us to focus on why we are raising fund. We wouldn’t want a concert that has profits way less than the expenses. We won’t go through the whole process of organizing a concert if this is so.

Finances Do’s Part 2

Posted By mctreve

Date: August 20th, 2014

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The previous entry gives us tips about the finances when it comes to the artists. Now, we will deal with other financial concerns. You must generate an ad revenue which is equal or approximately equal to the projected ticket sales. You must also generate an online count of tickets sold and ad generated. This way you would know if you are doing well or not. It is also a great idea to put up donations boxes. You must strategically place them in entrances, food stands, along the hall and other entry points. By doing this, additional funds and also the audience will be reminded of the cause of this concert.

Feel the Heat (Part 2)

Posted By mctreve

Date: November 10th, 2010

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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.

CHECK IT OUT

Posted By mctreve

Date: April 10th, 2010

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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.

I’M GOING… BECAUSE EVERYONE IS

Posted By Chino

Date: January 10th, 2010

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          The news reached to you about Wednesday night’s gig, and nearly everybody is talking about it! Even if it’s on a school night, your schoolmates finished chores, done baby-sitting, broke their piggy banks and sucked-up and asked money from their parents just so they could get enough cash for those front row seats.

            But as for you, you remain steady, but somehow quite thrilled because you’re aware of the artist’s music and you remember singing the chorus to one of their songs once. You were game, because your friends were. You got caught by their contagious enthusiasm that you were already going to use your allowance for those tickets to watch a band that you don’t love completely. But halt! Situations like this could happen, and if this does to you, you must know the following:

          Assure yourself that you truly like the artist or the band performing, not for the sake that everybody does. Remember that you’re doing this not for people’s acceptance or for fitting in, but for your own musical pleasure and support for the artist. Also, you should know the artist, that their genre is your type and you think they play well live. Otherwise, the money spent for those tickets would go deeply down the drain, leaving the stadium unsatisfied while carrying regret.

          Remember that a situation such as this requires a lot of thinking before you decide, there might be consequences. But still, it’s your call.

IT IS NOT GOOD FOR MAN TO BE ALONE… EVEN AT A CONCERT

Posted By Chino

Date: December 10th, 2009

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Category: Concert Tips

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          We highly suggest you bring someone for company, especially for before and after the concert. Times when the show starts thirty minutes or an hour late, you’ll need someone to talk to and share the excitement with while waiting. After the concert is when a friend is most needed because it’s the time when you share thoughts about how the concert went. You share every detail of the performances as though he wasn’t there with you, which he was.

 

          However, it’s important that the person coming with you is also fond of the artist, for him to respond to your comments on the show, to understand and relate to your excitement, and just so you’re not the only one head banging.