This is a strange blog post but if you love music then it is a struggle trying to buy tickets, and I wanted to share some tips and tricks with you!
- Be prepared in terms of money, most bands share the prices with you before so you know what to expect but also try to have more. Especially if you are buying tickets from AXS as my tickets were £49.50 but ended up coming to to £60.80 with all the extra costs. It's stupid especially as we paid for £3.00 for pre-sale as well, but oh well...
- Be ready early, so if the tickets go on sale at 9:00 am then be ready at 8:30 am, with everything.
- If there is the option to put all your details in before you get a ticket then do so, it saves so much time as your just waiting around for them to go on sale. Especially if you are in a waiting room, it means you will get your tickets quicker when they come out.
- Try not to stress or panic, I know that sounds crazy and sometimes we can't help it but just breathe and relax. Take your time
- Always double check your order before clicking 'buy now' or what ever the button says. You don't want to have accidentally ordered the wrong tickets and when they come be upset about it.
- This isn't really to do with buy tickets but, if the band/artist are going to another venue that is near by then go! Buy the cheapest tickets you can possibly get, along with cheap train tickets etc and go! I did this for The Vamps last year and bought some £9.50 tickets for Sheffield so me and my friend Charlie could see them. We had the best time, it wasn't as good as Nottingham as I was Wow Pit for that date but it doesn't matter about that. I mean the tickets were £9.50 and I was just happy I got to see them again.
The actual day of the concert is the best thing, and it needs to be planned. If you're like me and like getting their early then make sure you have everything you want and need before you leave! Don't forget water, or a drink it's so important for a concert. I forgot one once and almost passed out it was not good, just be prepared.
My Experience with concerts has been great, I have been to so many different ones and they just make me so happy. It's the fact you in a arena or club with a large/small group of people who love the same band as you.
I'm such a big Fan Girl and I love watching bands grown and become bigger and bigger, but at heart I still want them to be my little secret. I guess that's the same with everyone, but watching The Vamps grow over the last 3 years has been amazing and crazy, especially as this will be their 3rd Arena tour and I'm just so proud.
That's enough I think before I get all soppy and emotional about something you guys probably don't care about! Anyways, Hope you enjoyed this little spontaneous post and I apologise for no post on Sunday but I was in Essex and got super busy
I hope you enjoyed this and I will see you on Sunday!