Idina was amazing last night.
Unfortunately, there were also some concert-goers in front of us who weren’t so amazing. They were in an amazing state of disarray, but that’s about it.
So, because I need to get it off my chest, here are 10 things I think every concert goer should just know.
- If you’re going to a concert for a Broadway star/ an individual whose fame has skyrocketed since being in a Disney animated film, you probably shouldn’t get trashed at the show. I mean, being surrounded by 7 year olds in Elsa dresses isn’t the time to do shot after shot of over-priced concert booze.
- Climbing over folding seats while balancing your 3rd beer isn’t going to end well.
- When someone asks you to sit down so they can see, it’s nothing personal. They just want to see the show.
- Following someone to the bathroom to call her a “rude b*tch” because she said she couldn’t see when you were repeatedly climbing over the seat in front of her isn’t classy. It’s creepy.
- It’s also uncalled for to start cursing out people who ask you to sit down so they can see.
- Singing along at concerts is a given. Just wait for the artist to actually start singing.
- Don’t volunteer to sing with said artist if you don’t know the words to her song.
- Also don’t volunteer to sing with said artist if you’ve been rejected from American Idol or The Voice in the first round.
- Use bug spray at outdoor concert venues, but not the over-poweringly scented kind. Spray ahead of time, and don’t create a cloud around you once you’re in your seat.
- There’s nothing better than a live performance by someone you admire.