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Live Music in Your Neighborhood

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Everyone’s first concert was like a rite of passage. Music is a completely different experience when you’re hearing it played live in front of you. It’s physical, it’s emotional, and it can be spiritual. You can feel every drum beat resonate through your body. Other than the hangover the next day, however, most people’s wallets are as vast as the Grand Canyon after big-name band’s concert.

No matter your budget, you can experience live music anywhere at any time. Many local bars and clubs will hold live music nights weekly, or sometimes even daily. So next time you feel like listening to some live music, why don’t you check out your local?

Stadium concerts are exciting and entertaining. They’re also ridiculously expensive. A $200 ticket can still land you in the nosebleed seats for all the ticket counter cares. You could end up wishing you watched it on TV at home, where the food is free.

If you do head to the stadium, skip the $50 T-shirts and over-priced merchandise. A bottle of water alone will have your pockets parched when you return from the concession. Sneaking in your own snacks or contraband may bring security your way. So, unless you have deep enough pockets for front row seats, it might be best to forgo the stadium concert experience.

Open-mic nights give you a fantastic opportunity to check out local music talent. An added bonus is that these are usually free! The musicians want to get noticed, and bars will often have drink specials to attract customers. You don’t need binoculars to see the musicians performing, and there’s plenty of seating for you and your friends. So you can simply sit back, relax with a few drinks and enjoy your night.

Lots of bars host music events with different local and traveling bands. utilitaarena There’s usually a cover, but you can buy tickets for ten friends at the same price of a T-shirt at a Brittney Spears show. Newer bands are typically looking to establish a fan base and aren’t always in it for the money at this point. So the longer you cry « encore » the more you get your money’s worth.

Expensive big venue concerts keep you distanced from your favorite artists. Get closer to the music at local shows. Smaller crowds mean less security. You can get all the autographs you want without the tasering!

Meeting the musicians is one of the most magical experiences of live music. Stadium security is paid to keep you watching and not touching. Posing for photos and getting rock stars to record a voicemail message is a backstage privilege reserved only for those with a bulging bank account. Check your favorite band’s website for their next stop at a smaller, more intimate location.

It’s also a good idea to take a broader interest in music. Make sure you get to a local gig early so you can listen to all the bands performing. Not every future music star rolls off the American Idol production line; you never know – the next Rolling Stones may well be playing at your local bar.

By going to your local gigs, you’re supporting local bands and business, as well as the local art scene. Many music artists started out at small venues, supported by local music lovers. The bands will be happy for your support at the bar. Leave the anonymous stadium seats with the obstructed view to the lottery winners.

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