5 Reasons Why Going To A Concert Alone is Totally OK

Going to a movie alone is enough to be called crazy, let alone a concert. Its just not a “normal” thing. But if it’s something you really want to do, why not take that opportunity? You don’t want to miss out on a great time or seeing your favorite artist just because you can’t find someone to go with you. So throw those boots on and get ready for a great experience.

Here are 5 reasons why you should give it a try….


1. You are more likely to get better seats

People don’t always buy an even number of tickets. So there is a good chance that there will be single seats open closer to the stage. Or if you get real lucky, a single ticket in the “PIT”. SCORE!

2. You get to do what you want to do

You may want to have a completely different concert experience than the group you’re with. Sure, you are all there to have fun but one person might want to stay in one spot all night, and another may want to try to get up front. Its hard to get everyone to stick together. Being by yourself gives to the freedom to go where you want, do things your way and not have to worry about keeping track of all your friends.

3. Its easier to squeeze up to the first row

It is much easier for one person to move skillfully through the crowd than trying to link hands with your clique and risk being separated on your way. People are also more willing to step aside for one person than for multiple.

4. You could meet your best friend or even your soulmate

Being alone will force you to step out of your comfort zone and talk to more people. You are all there for the same reason, so you already have a conversation starter. Just find the people that are having the most fun and join them!

5. Its all about the music anyways

You go to concerts for a reason, to see the artists perform. So get out there and enjoy the music.

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