14 Stages Of Seeing Your Favorite Band Live
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14 Stages Of Seeing Your Favorite Band Live

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14 Stages Of Seeing Your Favorite Band Live
Panic! at the Disco

Okay, let's be honest with each other. We ALL went through a weird phase in middle school. I'm talking about the edgy music, too much eyeliner, and moody phase. That phase where Avril Lavigne was a legend and we wanted to marry emo boys. Oh, just me...?

Even if you didn't have that weird phase we all have found ourselves connecting with a band or singer more than any other one. We listen to every album (good or bad) and support their weird decisions. We buy the merch and some of us get lucky enough to actually see them live!

My boyfriend bought me Panic! At The Disco concert tickets for my birthday and let me tell you, I've never been happier in my life. I was overcome with so many emotions I had no idea what to do with myself.

1. When you finally have the tickets in your hand.

2. Waiting for the concert date to actually come around.

3. Every time you listen to one of their songs you get even more excited to see them live.

4. The night before the concert, like:

5. You take your time getting ready JUST IN CASE you run into the lead singer.

6. You stand in line to get in and just think how unreal it is to even be there.

7. Buying all the merch you can afford.

8. When the opening band is actually pretty good.


10. When they're better than you expected live.

11. When they sing your favorite song.

12. When they leave the stage for good.

13. When your ears are ringing, you lost your voice from scream-singing, and you're floating on cloud nine.

14. Anytime anyone mentions them all you can think about is wanting to seem them again (I love you Brendan!)

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