Music: The Open Air Concert
There it was, the first drops of the rain. No problem, you think to yourself and just keep dancing. The rain is getting heavier. The ground of the open-air area is softening and slowly turning to mud. Your sneakers start soaking up and your socks start dripping after a short time. The first concert-goers take off their shoes and continue partying barefoot in the warm summer rain. You too get rid of your soaked slippers. At that moment nothing really matters – because you feel the music. Your heartbeat adapts to the beat, and your body vibrates. You scream the lyrics out into the world at the top of your lungs until your throat hurts. Endorphins flow through your pulsating body, you forget everything around you.
That’s the feeling of concert-goers in the open air. A concert indoors would have been different when you get to choose the best seats. What are the best seats in indoor concerts? The website, evryanswer has an answer for you. Check it out. But this is not the case in open-air concerts.
Summer Time is Concert Time
Almost everyone who regularly goes to festivals or open-air concerts in summer knows scenes like this. Summer is at its peak and you’re spending the best time of the year with your friends, lots of alcohol, and great music. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a multi-day festival or the concert of your favorite artist: gigs directly under the sunny sky have a very special flair that can’t even be compared with that of concert halls. Here you can forget everyday life for a moment and throw overboard all the ballast that you carry around with you every day. The worries are quickly drowned in (often poorly chilled) beer or much too strong mixtures of Korn and Fanta. Be free and don’t have to think, that’s the motto.
As soon as the sun has set over the concert area, the celebration really begins. The mood among the thousands of people with whom you share this small piece of earth increases immeasurably. The party people dance like crazy and you only see the “Wall of Death” coming toward you. If you are a rather small person, you just hope at this moment that you will survive. But if you’re a giant, the mosh pit will be one of the highlights of your evening. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a Bastille gig in your hometown or the world-famous hard rock festival Wacken 50 kilometers from Hamburg – Open Airs simply can’t be topped.
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Aftermath of Concerts
When you come home after such an evening or even a weekend, you can feel the aftermath of this great time: headaches and body aches, bruises and one or two cracked bones are noticeable. Tiredness also seems to be slowly spreading, which you have so successfully suppressed with alcohol and blaring music. Because you really wanted to experience all the acts from A to Z live. If your mobile phone is still alive, you will find several hundred pictures of you with strangers. Although – strangers become friends at festivals. Now you finally have a reason to jet through the whole country and visit all your festival acquaintances. Cool!