About two hours later, the Skeleton Clique (people of the Twenty One Pilots unofficial fanbase) dispersed as the concert came to a close, awestruck by what we had all witnessed. Between all the jumping and belting lyrics, I was completely exhausted, though still jittery from the adrenaline. I was left with the feeling of craving for more live performances by Twenty One Pilots, and hoped that I could go to more concerts in the future. After this summer experience, I have realized that music is something that every person should treasure, no matter their personality. Music is significant in many parts of one’s life, from birth to death.
The amount of noise that the 22,000 people in attendance that night was fantastic. With the players celebrating and hearing the support from the fans, would have given them energy that they would struggle to find on an average night. The players were celebrating on the field and the fans celebrating with them, but in the stands. We stayed to watch all of the celebrating festivities from our stadium top perch for a half an hour before we headed back on the long journey to the
I’m grateful for the success of Murky Waters, but I wish I would’ve handled the band differently and cleanly. The glamorous life of being in a Metal band was always something I wanted ever since my older brother played in bands in high school. He made being in a Metal band so appealing and carefree. I was fed up with worrying about my family’s financial problems and I wanted to rise above the darkness and pain. So I gave it my all to make Murky Waters happen, and god did it become successful.
My friend and I got there three hours ahead of time because we wanted good spots to see the performance. Upon arrival, we were forced to wait outside the venue to get in. I was surprised to see a line a that stretched from the entrance to the side of the building, I didn’t know there were that many slurpers (Cupcakke’s fans). Once we got through the security guards, we found ourselves on a dancefloor where we would wait for what felt like forever for the actual performance to actually start. The audience looked like mostly gay males varying from my age to early 20s, and a few high schoolers of both genders.
Billy had wanted to have a drink on this Thursday but the summer heat had changed his mind. He decided to go to Lannister Park instead. Billy Hutchinson day dreamed about a Warped Tour he had attended in 2004. Bombastic horn swelling in the air as Big D and Kid’s Table played with all their heart, allowing the audience to fill that passion and respond with their own sense of relief. Bodies pouring with sweat and body odor as they slammed in to each other.
Kateyn Kistler Ms. Davis College Prep English 1 14 April, 2017 A glimpse into the minority On September 7, 1996, Tupac was on tv, he showed up for Mike Tyson’s fight at MGM Grand Casino. He was happy, celebrating with friends, watching Tyson lead in the fight to “Wrote the Glory” a song he wrote and dedicated to Tyson. However, just hours later at 11:15, everyone that thought it would be a normal day were soon proven wrong. “It was devastating, no matter who you were you felt the sadness and anger of someone who was going on to do so much more than people give him credit for. A young man’s life ended to tragically soon, changing the world forever” (Monti, personal).
Country Concert or Drunk Fest It was the summer of 2012 and I was going to go see Jason Aldean, featuring Thompson Square and Chris Youngs, at the state fair with Brooke, my best friend at the time. The concert was fantastic, although it did have its dreadful moments, such as the intoxicated people who were standing around us that weren’t paying attention to their surroundings. The concert wasn’t exactly how I expected it. I didn’t ever imagine being surrounded by drunk people for a few hours or having to watch were I walk so I didn’t step into vomit. Due to that, I learned that at some concerts have a lot of drinking going on; therefore, choose where you are going to stand wisely.
ten… It was Gary 's schools birthday and to celebrate the school was putting on a school talent show so Gary thought this would be his time to perform live on a stage a Late night talk show he had 3 weeks to practice, then Gary could find where to sign up he was asking everyone but no one would tell him because they all thought that he was joking when he said that he was signing up, then the most popular girl who has never talked to Gary ever, Brenda, she came up to Gary and told him whereabouts he had to go, Miss Langley Looked at him and handed him the clipboard to sign up and she said there is a 100 dollar prize for first
They clashed together so well with their rock band looks. Rebecca and Brandon are headed towards the fair. Smiles spread from one side to the other, overjoyed to be there. Rebecca had waited all week to go. She loved going to the fair, it brought back the best memories of her childhood.
I’d consider a score of thirteen to one a butt-kicking, especially coming against one of the proudest travel teams in all of Ohio. With a record of three wins and no losses, our hopes were high. That night we went back to hotel we stayed at and had one of the most enjoyable nights of my life. To this day I still remember it fondly. Buffalo Wild Wings with friends then staying up until twelve-thirty running around the hotel playing tag probably wasn’t the right thing to do eight hours before our next game, but it was enjoyable and luckily for us it didn’t bite us in the butt.
So, he made a comeback. Him and his wife Trisha Yearwood decided to have a 3 year tour. He was actually afraid that no one would be interested, but it turned out better than he ever could have imagined. The first tour brought in millions of dollars and the attendance records were unbelievable. Garth had missed his fans and they missed him.
On Saturday morning I got up early and worked Fancy one last time before the round that night. Saturday seemed to drag on but finally it was show time. Walking into the arena was the most nerve-wracking moment of my life; the bleachers were packed and there were people with big cameras everywhere. It felt as though I was famous! As the announcer called my name the only thing I could think about was making a solid run.
After all the warm-ups, the drum major dismisses each section to go onto the field to perform. Although the rigorous practices take up many hours, at the end of the day, the results are worth it. Each band member works hard and gives 110% when they perform. Freshman Julia Ma commented, “I think it pays off. All the hours we 've spent during rehearsals, it 's torture at times but it 's all worth it when you perform.” Sophomore Dana Cho added in, “Band members know that once they signed up for band, they signed up for not only total
And tragedy struck the band in 2014 when keyboardist Ian McLagan died after suffering a stroke. But now it appears things have begun to gel for The Faces reunion that has been in the works for so many years. “The years of The Faces were some of the best of my life and I’m so proud to have been part of the band. I’m unbelievably excited to have the opportunity to get up on stage with Rod and Ronnie again. Ronnie Lane and Ian McLagan will be dearly missed but we’ll raise a glass to them,” said Kenney Jones according to Pitchfork.
Then, Mr. Sievers announced the next song which was the color guard feature “Lips are Moving” as we were walking in step to our concert formation. As we were playing the song, I was keeping a close eye on Sydney to make sure I wouldn’t fall behind of the rest of the band due to the song having a faster tempo than what we normally play. When we finished the song we went into parade rest as the drumline walked up to the track and performed their drumline feature, a combination of moving around and playing which really gets the crowd cheering. After the crowd died down from the excitement of the drumline we moved on to our closing piece, “Saturday Night’s Alright”. This was my favorite song of the year.