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One reason I know that I am getting old is....I believe concert venues should not be sold in sections by number (example 112, 113, 114, etc.). They should be sold in sections determined upon the type of person who is attending said event. Examples: a) I am actually here for the music, b) I am young, dumb, annoying and do not care if I get kicked out, c) I am here to slow dance with my lover and make out incessantly during slow songs, d) I am in 4H and thought a concert would be fun, e) I am at a concert? I came for the drinks, f) We are family, I got all my sisters with me, g) Bachelorette/Bachelor Parties, h) I am probably going to jail later, i) I love a good show, and j) I am obsessed with this artist and want to touch their hand.
Those categories would make life so much easier, right? I mean me, I was there for the music, I love Justin Moore, I love country music, and I went to have a good night with my friend Jen. I did not go to sit behind girls who were not of the legal drinking age that hit up the local parking lot for HOURS before coming into the arena. I did not come to stand beside and behind, and in front of love birds who again are not of the legal age as they slow dance and make out. I also did not come to be behind a family of three where the dad was so annoyed with previously mentioned girl group that you could smell his anger. I went for the music. I went to appreciate my favorite genre, put my boots on, and have a good night.
So if you work for a ticket distributor maybe you should take my advice. Start selling tickets for the types of people who come. Until then...do not be mistaken, I thoroughly enjoyed the concert. I had to rise above my age and throw my arms up in order to belt every song Justin sang--including his FORTY FIVE MINUTE encore---without his band, just him and his guitar. Again I swoon.