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Descriptive writing As we all waited in line to go into the concert there was a thrill of excitement in the air. I was standing there with two of my friends when we saw a few other people we knew. " Hey, come over here!" I bellowed. Three tall gothic boys slouched over to us. As we were talking the line started to move in an uneasy shuffle. We neared the entrance, where a tall bouncer with a voice that rumbled like thunder was standing. He asked for our tickets and in unison we passed them to him. He checked our tickets, nodded a curt nod and let us through. The only light in the room came from onstage and there were only about 20 people in the mosh pit. Surrounding the mosh pit were metal bars, then a few steps. To the back there was a balcony curving around the room and then under that there were all the merchandising stalls. ...read more.


After a few minutes we went over to merchandising stand and Slam Cartel were all standing there and talking. We went over to them and we got their autographs and I got a hug from the lead singer and a cheek-to-cheek kiss from the guitarist! When we were standing there talking to them the second support band, Elviss came on. None of us liked them so we just stayed where we were! Eventually Elviss were bottled offstage. The bassist in Elviss came over to us and because my friend fancied him we got his autograph as well. No one wanted it though. We walked back near the mosh pit but only stood at the side; InMe weren't coming on for a while so everyone was all walking around. There were a few people who started crowd surfing, just to annoy the security. Im not sure why they wanted to do that, I wouldn't irritate a block of flats! ...read more.


The next song started up, this was one of the ones with real force and distortion, which led to more energy and power. Through out the whole night I kept that energy. By the twelfth song, which was the last I still could feel the atmosphere, the pride and the gratitude. We were just happy to be in their presence. For the last song the whole crowd moved together in a bizarre, alternative dance. When it came to the chorus, Dave stopped singing and everyone in the room sung the chorus back. I felt the unity with everyone in that room although I hardly knew any of them. The song ended. The night was over. Dave thanked us and smiled. "I love all of you! Remember that you are your own person and no one could ever change that." He walked offstage. The first people started leaving the hall. I looked at my friends and grinned. The night was one to be remembered I thought to myself as we left the concert and went outside. ...read more.

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