Wednesday, April 6, 2011

We were given free concert tickets of the up and coming pop groups here in the Philippines a week ago, the concert was held last weekend and believe it or not, the place was jam-packed. I was amazed of the pull those young guys and gals have on the teens and teens-at-heart. Good thing the people behind the show were well-prepared and strict crowd control was implemented. I'm not really a fan nor a follower, I'm actually one of those antis who think that they are a bunch of second-grade trying hard copycat but as the tickets were given for free, I can't pass the opportunity to go out and unwind. For a mom like me, a time like that is precious, whether I like what I'm seeing or not, just to breath outside of our house is a luxury enough.

Back to the concert, we didn't fell in line for a long time as the ticket we had were of VIP seats but I applaud the bouncers and staffs as the stanchions in the entrance area were all guarded and everyone were polite to the hotty-hungry teens. I can't help but giggle, err, smirk, everytime I hear the group of girls whispering loudly of who their biases are and how to die for they are. Girls will always be girls!

The VIP area had velvet rope upfront, I guess, it is a part of the crowd control in a grander way, I mean, it's velvet rope man, it's like the academy awards without the red carpet. I had a good time chatting with my cousins while waiting for the show to start, talking about being very important persons, at least, at that time, the world we live in and the hyper teens behind us. It's not always about the show, isn't it, sometimes it's all about the company.

It was rather peaceful and generally quiet up until the group of semi-good looking boys came out of the stage, oh men, how the crowd roars. The screaming fangirls went crazy, and I mean, crazy, I wonder if their mouth and throat ripped from shouting and screaming so much. I was even thinking that at that point, no amount of barricades can ever hinder them from mobbing the performers. I wonder if I was like that during my heydays, when Eraserheads and Rivermaya were the in thing...


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