Published: 12/09/2018 - By Jason Palmer
You have got the tickets to the show in which your all-time favorite artist will be performing. You know it will be rocking. You already have everything you need ready but you are still not convinced if you are fully prepared for the event. Do not worry. Here are the things you can do to prepare for that concert, especially the long queue that goes with it, to make it an event to remember throughout your entire life.
Dress to Impress
Concerts are rare yet radical nights out with your friends. Choose your outfit wisely. You must dress to impress but comfortably. Do not forget to get the perfect pair of shoes and a jacket. They should fit you properly and snuggly.
Confirm Concert Start Time
You do not want to be late. Inquire about the exact time when the event will start. If you cannot make it to the venue on the same day, it is best that you drive a day earlier. It is better to get to the venue a day earlier than to arrive hours late. If you decide to go a day ahead, do not forget to bring the best kerosene heater with you. You will need it to stay warm in case you decide to tailgate all night before the concert starts, so bringing a kerosene heater is a practical move on your part.
Get Your Phone Ready
Clear up your phone's memory. Make sure there is enough memory space to accommodate several videos and pictures of those social media-worthy moments you would not want to miss. Also, bring a power bank with you. You do not want your phone to run out of juice when you are in the middle of capturing a hot photo or video of your friend singing or the artist performing.
Get Some Friends to Accompany You
You obviously would not want to feel bored for a single minute while the concert is in progress. So, it is best to bring a few of your friends with you. Friends will not only give you the companionship you need but also help you to gracefully shoot those memorable concert moments.
Most issues with hearing loss and tinnitus are linked to listening to extremely loud music. The music in most concert is extremely loud and chances are if you do not protect your ears, they may end up getting damaged in the process. Get the right piece of earplugs. If you think that earplugs will affect the clarity and quality of the music, it is best you buy high fidelity earplugs which include volume dial down and up features.
Queueing for concerts require you to sit or stand for long hours. You already know the effects of sitting and standing for long hours and you obviously would not want to hinder your enjoyment of the concert. To stay fit and safe, make sure you drink enough water and eat enough food before you start queueing at the gates. This way, your body will be strong enough to withstand the extreme sitting or standing before and during the concert.
Get Enough Money Ready
Properly prepare yourself financially. You should be able to meet your need for drinks and snacks before, during, and after the performance. The prices of these items are usually a bit higher during live performances. So, you must prepare yourself financially to be able to cater for all the costs. Do not forget to bring extra money, too. In this way, you can buy drinks for your friends if the need arises.
So now you are ready for that long queue. Just relax, have a chat with the people in the queue with you, get to know them. And soon, together you will be dancing and singing along to your artist's songs. It is not time for you to have fun.