Many of us love going to concerts, but we aren’t so in love with the prices of tickets. At an average cost of $125.00–$150.00 per ticket, we expect to see great shows at great venues. Fair enough. What we shouldn’t expect is to have to sit next to people who apparently have more money than sense, and talk at one another through an entire concert.
More than a couple of times, this has happened to me. And I was surprised that, at a gathering of friends, I discovered that many of them have had the same miserable experience. With that in mind, here is a list of concert-going practices you may wish to adopt, or encourage your friends or children to adopt:
We can all deal with the occasional photo, a few “WOOHOOO’s”, and commentary between songs, but remember, you aren’t the only one who spent $150.00($300 if you took someone) for that ticket. That kind of expenditure doesn’t give you the right do to whatever you want. We are in shared space together. Show respect for one another.