But while we can get high into the concert mood, here are some pointers especially for those who are attending concert for the very first time.
1.) Lightsticks. Don't be over ambitious in getting the girls attention and bring down a big whooping lightstick or those over bright ones. Who knows if you are going to hurt someone or worse, let fly these lightsticks over to the stage. It has happened before and I certainly do not want this to happen next Friday & Saturday.
Those Lumica ultra brights are fine as these are the standard items used in concerts in Japan as well.
2.) No shouting during MC parts. Time to time, pending on their set list, there are some MC segments where they will not be performing, but talking to the audience which is you people. Again, don't get over excited, let them say their part. Don't over zealously shout their names when they are trying to talk to you guys. It is rude, and makes them forget whatever they wanted to say.
3.) Stick to your seats. Last year during AFA, just when the crew were setting up for SCANDAL, fans flocked all the way to the front. What's the point of having seats when the audience will just ditch it rushing to the front. If you are already allocated to that seat number, or assigned to you. Stick with it. Spare a thought to the fans at the front.
4.) Most important of all, obey the rules & regulations set by the organisers and/or venue holders. If they had announced or published that no photography/video graphing and/or recording is allowed, please stick to it. No point trying to take some unglam shots while hiding from the organisers view. You paid for the concert, just enjoy it and keep the wonderful memories in your head.
That's all I have to say, if you guys think that I am typing a wall of bull so be it. Some of the senior SG members will know what I am typing about. This is just things to take note so that everyone's concert experience will be an enjoyable and void of unwanted incidents.
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