1. I do it often and it's something you become accustomed to. It might be a bit odd the first time round, but you'll love the show and that's all that matters.
  2. Originally posted by KieranU2:[..]
    I do it often and it's something you become accustomed to. It might be a bit odd the first time round, but you'll love the show and that's all that matters.
    done that several times, no problems. It's the show that gets ya, then you're allright
  3. Nope! I already did it once of the two shows so far this tour and meant many wonderful in the GA line!


  4. Nope. Done it quite a few times, and travelled long ways alone to go as well. There are usually great people to talk to in GA.


  5. Not at all. I thought so my first time, but after that... while I love socializing and being with friends, going alone let's you put 100% of your focus on the music...

  6. Not at all!!! The amount of shows I've gone to alone (and otherwise'd have missed out) is a fair few. Others are usually alone too, and you might meet someone new too.

  7. I've never gone to one by myself but wish I had done so. There are a few shows over the years that I have opted not to attend because no one else wanted to or was able to go. I've regretted my decision every time.
  8. You'll find there's a whole different dynamic and perspective and energy to a show when you have complete attention on the show!
  9. Originally posted by drewhiggins:[..]

    Not at all!!! The amount of shows I've gone to alone (and otherwise'd have missed out) is a fair few. Others are usually alone too, and you might meet someone new too.
    Indeed, it's a great opportunity to meet someone with a similar taste in music...
    (so that future concerts can be attended together )
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