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Things You Can Do While Waiting For A Concert

Posted by on June 25, 2019

 

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Festival season is upon us once more and millions of people will be gearing up to attend gatherings of like-minded music fans to see their favourite acts in the flesh. Of course if you are waiting for a concert of any kind, there’s always a chance that boredom will set in. Thankfully there are lots of ways to keep it at bay, and here are just a few of the top options to consider trying this year.

Embrace Mobile Gaming

Modern smartphones are crammed with cutting edge features, most of which are about a lot more than simple communication. The latest handsets provide a window to a world of interactive entertainment, ranging from creative shooters like Fortnite to browser-powered online casino experiences. For example, Casumo has some great games on their website which will be a brilliant alternative to simply twiddling your thumbs before a concert if you have a mobile to hand.

Make Friends

If you’re attending a concert with a group of your existing friends, then you might not think that it’s worth engaging with anyone else who’s in the crowd. However, you can never have too many people in your life and chances are that if you’re checking out the same band, the strangers around you could have a lot in common with you.

You can make a particularly positive impact if you see someone at a concert who has clearly come on their own and choose to interact with them. Being friendly and inclusive at an event of any kind is sensible, and you can seriously enhance someone else’s enjoyment if you ask them to join you and your crew, generating a true sense of camaraderie. It’s the only way to fight back against the loneliness epidemic.

Expand Your Musical Horizons

Killing time before a concert is easier if you’ve got some music to keep you happy. But rather than falling back on the classics, why not branch out and experiment with artists you might not have considered in the past? There are plenty of ways to encounter new music in the modern era, whether you harness a streaming service like Spotify or turn to reputable online publications for reviews of bands in genres you’re into. Just be sure that if you’re around other people, your headphone volume isn’t so loud as to be disruptive or just plain annoying.

Get Fit

It might seem implausible, but there are a few ways to stay active even if you are just hanging around in the build up to a concert. Simply stretching your body and staying on your feet should be enough to keep you limber and burn a few calories while you wait. If you want to take things a little further, why not try a few lunges and squats? So long as you do not take up too much space or get in the way of other people while you work out, you will be fresh and motivated for the night of entertainment ahead.

Make Plans

Even with all the resources that are available to help organise your life, you might find that there are plenty of things that you fail to get done on an average day. When you are waiting for a concert, however, you’ve effectively got a lot of dead time to fill and there is no reason to overlook practical options here.

From sorting out your diary and calculating your work expenses to arranging a meet-up with friends you haven’t seen in a while, using this time to make plans will justify any other periods of procrastination you have endured.

 

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