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Things I should know before going to first concert watch

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    Seeing placebo in december what tips have you guys got?
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    If you want to take food and drink, be sneaky and hide it in places no one will suspect
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    If you want to take food and drink, be sneaky and hide it in places no one will suspect
    Urm I think i might eat before hand, cause Ive got standing tickets
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    (Original post by NotGodofWorld)
    Urm I think i might eat before hand, cause Ive got standing tickets
    wise but you would maybe get thirsty, i'm going to one on Wednesday and i'm also standing but i'm taking a drink along
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    wise but you would maybe get thirsty, i'm going to one on Wednesday and i'm also standing but i'm taking a drink along
    Lol what if you need the toilet, if you left a good spot wont it be impossible to get it back
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    (Original post by NotGodofWorld)
    Lol what if you need the toilet, if you left a good spot wont it be impossible to get it back
    It would be but can't you hold it in? I have a strong bladder lol
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    It would be but can't you hold it in? I have a strong bladder lol
    Yeah but you wouldn't enjoy a concert needing to pee the whole time :rofl:
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    Get musician's earplugs. Only cost a few quid, but at louder concerts they'll save you ringing ears for the next few days, and more importantly, protect your hearing in the long run.

    That's genuinely the only real important thing. Obviously, wear rugged stuff you don't mind getting trodden on and shoved about in and won't break.
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    (Original post by NotGodofWorld)
    Seeing placebo in december what tips have you guys got?
    Take earplugs. Concerts are loud, and if you happen to be close to a speaker, you risk hearing damage.
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    wise but you would maybe get thirsty, i'm going to one on Wednesday and i'm also standing but i'm taking a drink along
    Any semi-decent venue I've been to chucks water into the crowd, at least near the front
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    (Original post by AlexS101)
    Any semi-decent venue I've been to chucks water into the crowd, at least near the front
    I wouldn't know, its the first one i will be going to standing at this place usually i'm in stalls
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    I wouldn't know, its the first one i will be going to standing at this place usually i'm in stalls
    Are stalls where you sit?
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    (Original post by NotGodofWorld)
    Are stalls where you sit?
    yeah usually
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    yeah usually
    I don't see any acknowledgement of the two posts recommending earplugs.

    Wear earplugs. I used to go to concerts without any, and now I have tinnitus which has ruined many parts of my life. It sucks so bad.

    Ironically, when its that loud you can often listen to the music better with earplugs in.
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    Make sure you know where the toilets are.
 
 
 
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