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Re: Concert Etiquette
« Reply #30 on: May 23, 2012, 12:11:45 PM »
I bought a seat so I could sit. If you want to stand through the concert buy a standing ticket.

I am slightly disabled so I cant stand for long. I don't want to take up a disabled seat cos I am fine as long as I sit and wouldrather they went to people who can * only* use those seats.

I am not being boring or a party pooper but you are ruining my experience and it wouldn't affect your experience to just sit down.

In summary, we both sit and enjoy it or you stand and only you enjoy it.

How can people justify this?!


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Re: Concert Etiquette
« Reply #31 on: May 23, 2012, 05:28:44 PM »
Some bands the culture is to stand. Some bands they tell you to stand or "have a dance". That's just how it is. Most folks are not mean or unfeeling but if the purpose of the concert is to stand and dance/sing along, the culture is not going to be changed. Perhaps you might want to call venues and see about getting front row seating or "standing" on line to get seats up front for a GA show. ( trust me I've done this literally hundreds of times  there is very little standing involved. ) It would likely save you lots of frustration.