Summer is still a long way ahead for concert lovers like you, and you can take your time wisely to learn about a few things that a professional concert lover does. Especially if it is your first time visiting such venues, you will be surprised at how you know absolutely nothing about the crowds. Indeed, bumping into strangers is something you should expect, but there are more substantial matters to discuss here.
But still, you need to come prepared and know certain rules, to begin with. This article talks about some rules that you need to obey at the venue. You will want to be called a professional concert attendee, and below are the things you should know and do.
BYOB stands for Bring Your Own Beverages. Remember, you will be dancing and singing in front of the stage along with hundreds or even thousands of other music lovers. Things can get pretty hot and sweaty, and you will likely get thirsty. Of course, beverage stalls are available, but you need to make your way through all the other audiences, which is quite hard to do. In addition to that, you will likely have to pay twice or three times the original price for a bottle of coke. The best way to cope is to bring your beverages. Bringing a mug that can keep your drinks chilled or hot is the best option.
You will be standing for hours. It is a certain thing. You should know this the moment you pay for the tickets. Bringing a small and foldable chair is what people usually do to help them take a brief rest in between songs. If it is not possible for you, you can also opt to rent a small chair. The crew usually has several booths for chair rent, and you can depend on them if you get really tired.
You will not want to wear a nightdress for such an occasion. Instead, try to combine comfortable and casual clothes, like t-shirts and jeans, along with a pair of sneakers. Comfort is the key to your experience, so you will not want to ruin the moment by wearing a too revealing outfit or something that you are not comfortable with.