neiltracy00 wrote:Had seating this time and must say that I will never again take seats. Damn, it's dead (apart from a few songs where it was a bit more lively, but there is still no real passion and feeling when you're sitting down) ...
I have had 2 concerts like that, last being Alice Cooper, the ticket did say on it, be prepared for people to stand, I did and was told to sit back down, awful and never again!!
Did not know if I should laugh or cry when hundreds of people started leaving after Rock and roll all nite and then not returning when Kiss took to the stage again.
What is it with these fucking people? OK, obviously they are no true fans because then they would know that Kiss is not finishing a concert without playing Detroit rock city and Black Diamond, but if you paid several hundred crowns it should be reasonable to stay to the end? Or were they SO damn disappointed that they did not bear with any more? Either way, it was a fucking mood-killer.
and people who go there and spend their time bloody talking, pissing off back and forward and people who think they need to get that drunk before they go in they miss parts of the show and be a pain in the ass !
This behavior you are describing has recently become a major problem in the USA concerning baseball. People are getting up during the home team's at bat instead of between innings or a commercial break or a pitching change. It has gotten to the point where people are staying home and that costs your team money. In Baseball in America, there is no salary cap so your team spends money when they make enough money to do so. It's not like the NFL where everyone has the same pay range. So when people sit home, the A holes that are causing them to stay home by being rude are actually costing your team in more than one way. The team will not be able to resign a superstar if they sell 1 million tickets a year as opposed to two million per year, and you can blame that on inconsiderate people.
It's a huge problem for baseball and now it seems to be in concerts as well. I can almost assure you that as bad as it is there, it is worse here in America. I know this because of the countless media outlets for sports that
I read and listen to. Fox, Espn, ABC, CBS sports radio, AP, NBC, WLW, etc. It's not just me having an opinion, I am reporting what I hear said by hundreds of people. Hosts, callers, players, and officials that tend the stadiums.
It's getting worse all the time. I stay away so I hear about it far more than I see it. Oh yeah, and don't forget the texters in the movie theaters......