Music Concert Do’s and Dont’s

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These following suggestions are intended to enhance your enjoyment and your friends safe during a music concert.

Before The Concert

  • You do not know when you are going to get to “eat right” again and you’re going to need the energy. Then they may have snacks although may have all sorts of food. Hydration is at least as important as nutrition. Be sure you drink loads of water during and after.
  • Bring your phone, but pre-arrange a meeting area with friends you get separated. Cellphones are great but do not rely on them. Preparedness and sense are better!
  • Another great idea is to keep your driver’s license or some kind of contact info and image id on your wallet. For some reason you are at a loss for words and if something happens, you can be use your ID.
  • If you are a Diabetic, have Alergies Asthma or any other medical condition, make certain to let your friends know about your problem. In the event of an emergency, look for a mobile hospital or a staff to help to you. 
  • Plan on doing plenty of walking. You don’t need to get there in pain and you might be standing for extended periods; wear shoes that are comfy.

Women: do not wear anything with a high heels.

Guys: do not attempt to break-in that new pair of boots.

During The Concert

  • Everybody believes while they do provide a view, that is where the audience is dense and the seats are few. I am not saying do not get those seats, but know about the possibility of danger. 
  • Do not go anywhere alone – both girls and guys. Snackbar, restrooms, everywhere. Take someone. Macho is not going to help in case you get into trouble although I know it is not the macho thing.
  • Drugs and alcohol: It is my opinion that it is a personal choice but if you decide to do it, be ready to take care of the consequences. Disorientation blurred or double vision are a few of the effects of abusing alcohol and drugs, but they are not the worst.

After The Concert

  • Meeting new people is one of the excellent things about concerts but it is not the ideal environment to “hook up” together. Take numbers and names, follow after the excitement of the events of the day have subsided. If you think it is a fantastic idea to remain in the week or the following day, then go ahead and call.
  • There have been some tragedies at concerts to decisions on the attendees’ part and or crowd management by security for the occasion. And when a pyrotechnics display went horribly people lost their lives. There are several others who could have been avoided with planning and a little forethought.

I’d like you to consider these suggestions to have fun and be able to discuss it. Be intelligent and believe them and produce a number of your own.

Your safety is your own responsibility.