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The Best And Worst Parts About Going To A Concert

Inspired by Jake Miller's Dazed and Confused tour, which was amazing.

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1. The people in front of you are extremely tall.

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Yes, I am a small 5'1'', but still it's infuriating.

2. You know every word to every song, and the people around you don’t even know the chorus.

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You call yourself a true fan?

3. You have to sit through the openers.

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To be honest, they can be pretty good, but you really just want to fast forward to the main act.

4. You get to know the people around you really quickly.

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It's hot and sweaty. Everyone is crammed together. Take a deep breath. It can be pretty overwhelming. But anything to see your favorite performer, right?

5. You get to see your favorite singing human come out and rock the stage.

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Yes, I'm looking at you Jake Miller.

The whole video is great, but if you want to hear him rap crazy fast, skip to 0:28.

6. The experience is so special.

I tried getting so much of the concert on video and taking so many pictures, but I had the most fun when I was just into the show. These performers only come to your city once, maybe twice a year. Savor every moment.
Olivia Gaynor (Boston Nov. 11, 2014)

I tried getting so much of the concert on video and taking so many pictures, but I had the most fun when I was just into the show. These performers only come to your city once, maybe twice a year. Savor every moment.

7. I mean, like, take some pictures...

Olivia Gaynor (Boston Nov. 11, 2014)
Olivia Gaynor (Boston Nov. 11, 2014)
Olivia Gaynor (Boston Jul. 11, 2015)

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