If you are going out on a date with that special someone and have decided that a concert is the best way to go, then you want to make sure you make the best first impression possible. Today we are going to talk about a few things that you may want to consider when prepping for your big day.
Always Bring Snacks
One of the most important things to do when you are at a concert where you are probably going to be jumping around and standing much of the time is to be well hydrated and energized. If you are worried there won’t be enough food at the show or about the price; bring your own. Little protein bars will definitely do the trick and then you both can eat the things you like the most.
Make Sure You Have Extra Money
Having money to spend with you is a great way to make sure you enjoy the concert to the fullest. This is going to allow you to buy yourself and your date a T-Shirt or other memorabilia for you to always remember the fun you two had. These types of things can be hung up on your wall or flaunted around town.
Know the Style of Music He or She Likes
Of course, in order to have fun; you need to enjoy the music because that’s the whole reason you’re going. So, do your research and pick a band or performer that the two of you are going to enjoy. If she’s into pop music; you don’t want to bring her to a metal show because that can be a quite awkward and intense environment for someone who isn’t used to it. Trust us, we have seen it happen and it isn’t pretty.
Buy Your Tickets Well in Advance
Tickets can be hard to come by so when you hear about a show that you are interested, jump on those tickets quickly. Not only is this going to get you a much better selections of tickets to choose from for the big day but it is also going to save you money. Also, a lot of the time you are going to get discounts just for purchasing online so take that into consideration when buying your tickets. Shop around before you pay so you don’t end up kicking yourself later on.
Know What Type of Setting You’re Looking For
Setting is everything. As we touched on a bit earlier, the type of music you see has a lot to do with what the vibe is going to be. But, checking out the venue and what they have to offer is also important. Are you going to be standing the whole time? Are their seats available? If not, make sure to bring your own. Also, check the weather if you are going to be outdoors so you can properly prepare and bring cover if needed as well as jackets to keep warm.