I love that word. Mosh. It sounds like mush, only cooler.
This is the post where I whine about never going to a concert before. You see, I guess you could say my music taste is a bit..out of the ordinary. Most of my favorite bands aren't too well known in the US, so they only come to the major cities, like NYC, Boston, Chicago, LA, which are all more than 6 hours away from where I live.
Imagine the torture of knowing your favorite band is playing in NYC and all you can do is hopelessly stare at the Ticketmaster page, wishing you could also be rushing to buy tickets. It's heartbreaking.
BUT BUT BUT..great news! A band I really like (Two Door Cinema Club, not like anyone knows them anyways :P) is coming to TORONTO. That's only 2 hours away from where I live! And it's on September 17, which is a Saturday! It's not even a weekday so I don't have to miss school! AND AND AND tickets are only $21! That's like a bargain and it's for General Admission. It's almost as if I'm destined to go.
Little problem though. How am I supposed to get there? My mom is convinced concerts are crazy rituals where they try to convert everyone to Satanism. Ridiculous, isn't it?! (shh...but I wouldn't want to go with her anyways). I'm really betting that I'll have my license by then. Next problem is getting her to let me go, especially because my concert buddy is a guy. I'm leaving it up to fate I guess. JK not really, but I have 2 more months to plan! :D
RANDOM QUESTION: If you could have the opportunity to see any band, alive or not, who would you see?
Personally, I think I'd see the Beatles. I could be one of the screaming girls in the crowd, shouting "GEORGE, GEORGE, I LOVE YOU! AHHH".
Okay, I'm done now.