Six tips to make the most out of your concert experience
Do you want to attend a concert?
Well, when it comes to a good concert experience, there are a few things you need to mind. The success of your experience depends on your planning and how well you prepared for the evening. We are going to help you by giving you a few starter tips.
Mind the concert location
You need to learn about the concert’s location. Yes, search for the venue where you will attend the concern. The location should be easy to access by any means of transport. A public location is a must for your security (and budget). This is especially helpful if you are going to leave the concern by night.
Concerts are characterised by their crowd and how they behave. If the venue is indoor like Opium London, then the crowd might make you feel suffocated. So, avoid wearing heavy cloths. Instead, wear light clothes, but make sure you protect yourself from the climate. You can get sick if you are careless.
Protect your stuff
You are responsible for your luggage, not the event security. Yes, we understand you don’t want to check your money, handbag and phone every second and forget enjoying yourself. But once the show starts, you should remember where you put your stuff and check a few times.
If you are careless, you are letting the thieves steal from you. Yes, its common people lose their stuff during concerts. So, conceal your pockets. If you have something valuable, you better put it inside your footwear. To be safe, put your money inside your underwear. The more you expose your stuff, the more likely you are going to lose it.
Drink lots of water
You are going to dance and move from here to there during the concert. Add sweating and increased temperatures you will dehydrate quicker than you will believe. So, you better drink lots of water to stay in the game.
Don’t go alone
You don’t want to attend the concert alone. Yes, we understand you need some alone time, and your favourite band is performing, so you don’t want to ruin the moment by tagging someone along. But depending on the nature of the concert, and the crowd, its better if you show up with a friend. This makes you secure as if something goes south, your friend will be there to keep watch for you.
Believe it or not, they will improve your experience and make you feel confident.
Yes, you are meant to enjoy during the concert. We don’t mean to scare you off, but it’s a harsh reality. Concerts are rather crowded, and terrorists took advantage of these situations. So, once you are at the concert, you better learn where the security team is.
This way, if you notice something suspicious, you can report it directly to them without any delay. This can help the security team do their job and make you safe.
It would be a lot better if you have a camera with you. This will help you document the whole thing, so you have proof when you approach the security team.
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