So finally, you have decided to attend that music concert by your favourite band? You have had all the right opportunities to nail it so far. You could take the day off and keep yourself free during the concert time. You got lucky enough to get the tickets and making prior reservations. So, all set now?
No, not really. Not until you know few things about music concerts and make necessary mental arrangements for it. If you are a first timer or a beginner, the code of conduct will help you to get prepared for your music concert experience adeptly.
Why is preparation important?
“Well, it’s after all a music concert and what’s all this hype about? Anyways I have booked my tickets and I am simply going to attend it and enjoy music. It is going to be as simple as that.” If you have been thinking this way, then you are wrong.
There are certain rules that you need to know and follow in a concert and there are many things that could go wrong. Some amount prior knowledge of the same, anticipation and preparation for it can be your saviour.
What to prepare for?
While you plan for the concert, it’s important to cover everything that you need to do, like how would be the weather there, what genre of music is the particular concert is, how do I get there and even where can I dine before a concert?
Here are some pro tips on things you need to do before a concert:
- Check if photography is allowed and carry a camera.
- Plan what do you want to wear. It has to be comfortable and fashionable at the same time
- Google out the destination or the venue, find out the best routes on the map.
- Check about the anticipated climatic conditions and plan accordingly.
- Call the venue and find out about the available entry methods
- Check with them about the parking facility
- Decide on what you are supposed to eat. You don’t want to fall sick before the concert.
- Do not try new foods or anything that may affect your health.
- Eat light but enough so you do not feel hungry in the middle of the concert.
- Many concerts do not allow you to eat, drink or cough inside the auditorium.
- Most importantly, while in the auditorium, do not do anything that might disturb the performance or the other audience.
Important things to carry for the concert – Your check list
- Your Concert tickets
- Proof of reservation
- Your ID Proof
- Cough drops, just in case you may need them
- Your wallet and cash
- A scarf, jacket to keep yourself comfortable
- Camera or camcorder, if it’s allowed
You are now prepared to get the best out of your first concert attending experience. We have briefed on all the possible things and details you may need. Go ahead and get creative with your preparation and make sure to enjoy your concert!