So the other night…

via blippett: my friend historiccabana and I went to a Snowmine/Nightbox concert… and it was the most super awesome adventure. The music was so loud you could feel it in your bones. There was so much passion, and so much sweat. It really makes one feel alive. Plus I can’t believe we actually got to see them. 

Two days later I’m still super excited about it, I kind of feel like it was a dream. In short, we had a lot of fun, and I’m really lucky to have such an awesome friend! image


First concert with The Front Bottoms.

First concert with The Front Bottoms.


via clubmotociclistaderebeldesnegros: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Madrid - 2007.


via sailings0uls: Thank you for tonight, Young the Giant

via sailings0uls: Thank you for tonight, Young the Giant


The Very First (real) Concert I Went to - Lady Gaga

via isabelle-sand-concerts: How I got the tickets to my first concert is actually pretty funny. This radio station in Oslo, was having this competition where you could win two tickets if you where caller number one, and got the lyrics right… (You got about one or two lines from a Lady Gaga song, and then you had to sing  the next line. I managed to do that, and won two tickets. 

It was the 17 of October 2010. My friend and I where out side the venue (Oslo Spekturm) at 4.30pm, however, the doors didn’t open before 7.15pm. It was cold, and a long wait but we had a good time in line.

We ended up, front row by the stage that went out a little. It was such an experience. Just think of the kind of show that lady puts on.

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via 3andomusic: The very first stage we ever performed. - Dé Von
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via 3andomusic: The very first stage we ever performed. - Dé Von

https://soundcloud.com/3ando

https://www.facebook.com/3andomusic



via blueeyedbirdy: played my first ever gig last night and it was awesome.. :)

via blueeyedbirdy: played my first ever gig last night and it was awesome.. :)


My first concert: The Head and the Heart

via wonsaponatime: To be in a room full of people are there for different reasons but to receive the same outcome, all screaming and singing and crying together - it’s nothing short of magic.
My ears are still ringing.
Tonight was my first real concert.
In a nice club in little Tallahassee, The Head and the Heart played all of the songs I’ve fallen asleep to, that have gotten me through the rough days, and the songs I belted along to on the great days. Getting to hear these songs in front of me sang by beautiful people and being privileged enough to not only hear them but sing along with them - I’m in awe and euphoria. It’s a high I can’t come down from. Anyway I love music huzzah first concert


via itsrebeccaswriting: This is a picture of two of my friends and I lining up for our first concert little over a year ago to see Sleeping With Sirens (I know, we were cool) at Glasgow’s Barrowland. On October 5th 2013 my life changed forever. Little did I know then that I would be drawn to packed rooms full of complete strangers sweating and singing along to guys that need a haircut and write depressing lyrics. The actual show itself wasn’t all that I’d hoped it would be, I’d never heard of the support acts, the crowd was a little too rough for me and the main act wasn’t on for as long as I would have liked, but this was my first concert and I didn’t know what to expect. However, Kellin’s vocals live were just as good as on radio and the music from the rest of the band was everything that could ever be hoped for. While my music taste has changed since and the crowd wasn’t the best, I cannot deny that it was a magical and unforgettable experience. Not only did I see my (at the time) favourite band, I was lucky enough to see the lead singer back stage and have a kiss blown in my direction. After the show I was lucky enough to have my photo taken with the singer from Hands Like Houses(the second picture (I don’t know what my face is doing either)), who were one of the support acts, and meet the members of the other bands supporting (The Getaway Plan, Hands Like Houses and The Summer Set for anyone interested).