Music is so much a part of my every day life. I’m rarely to be found without headphones in or blaring hair metal from my computer speakers. I’ve lost track of how many concerts I’ve been to, from the front row (literally) to the highest nosebleed (literally).
Now, vicariously through my husband, I’m getting to experience the thrill of concert going from a whole new perspective - the act.
On May 3rd I got to see a band I’d never seen before in a venue I’d never visited before. Perfect combo? I’d say so. It really couldn’t have been more perfect to be honest, and I coudnt’t have been more blown away.
Today I had the incredible opportunity to head out to Manhattan’s Upper East Side once more to walk up the Met Museum’s grand stairs.
There’s been a ton of controversy over the Kiss farewell tour because of accusations of lip syncing.
At 15 I saw my very first concert at the Starland Ballroom. I remember exactly where I stood; right by the stage all the way to the left.
The Canyon in Agora Hills, California is nothing like I expected. About 30 miles outside of LA, this rock venue holds 1,300 people and lends itself to being the perfect place to have a good time.
It’s the best venue to date that I’ve experienced from BTS…and I got to do it two nights in a row!
This shining beacon of awesomeness in Greenwich Village is full of 3 things; history, great music, and booze.