So, Charlie Puth came and go. As we draw closer to the end of the year, we start to reflect the year it was, and what are the concerts that we need to save up for in 2019! Money talks aside, it is a norm for people to get themselves ready for a concert. If you’re about to go to one soon, here’s a checklist for you to have the best concert experience!
1. Camp and queue
First thing first, camping for tickets is still a thing here. Forget about waiting on the Internet because honestly speaking, sometimes technology fails during times we needed them the most. So when it comes to matter of life and death (we meant once in a lifetime concerts), bring your sleeping bag and simply have a slumber party at the ticketing booth to get your hands on em’ tickets!
2. Practice the song list over & over again
So you got your tickets in hand. The next order of business is to make sure you check in to karaoke, play all the playlist one week before the concert, so that you know all the songs and sing along with the artist(s).
3. Fully charged your necessary gadgets
Make sure you fully charged your phone and camera. Bring extra batteries or power bank if needed so that when you are recording video or updating social media. But if it’s possible, just try not to record the concert and be present by enjoying the show as it happens!
4. Be early to get the best spot
Who doesn’t want to get closer to your idol? Get the front seat are always the most satisfying goal in a concert. If it’s a rock zone ticket, it is highly recommended to go as early as possible to secure the best seat in the house!
5. Keep monitor on the weather of the city a week earlier
ADMIT IT! Good weather calls for good mood. Nobody wants to get wet by the rain as the uncomfortable feeling will affect your mood in a concert. However, if it ever rains, don’t let it dampen your spirit. It’s pretty cool to dance under the rain sometimes.
6. Plan out your OOTD
Wearing the same theme outfit with your squad not only show all of your love and support towards the artist but also it’s easy to spot your mates in a big crowd. This is what we call a win-win solution!
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