Concert Etiquette

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VINCE SAYARATH

Before going to a concert you should think about concert etiquette (good concert manners) to show respect to the fellow musicians. When going to a concert you should dress up in a way that would show the most respect to the musicians and the audience members around you. You should refrain from putting on perfumes fragrances since many people would be distracted by the smell, or be highly allergic to the product. In many concerts, you should arrive at least five to ten minutes before the concert begins. You should do this in order to get a program, find your seat, be seated. Remember to use the restroom before the concert starts, so you would not need to during the performance. It is very important to stay in your own seat and quietly seated while the concert is in progress. The reasons you should do this because it would be very disrespectful to the musicians, who put many hours into performing high quality music. Also it would be disrespectful to the audience trying to enjoy the music the musicians are performing. You should never leave the concert, while it is in progress unless you absolutely need to. Leaving a during a performance will distract others around you. If you do need to leave early, try leaving when there is a break or intermission in the program. When a concert is in progress, it's very important to stay as quiet as possible. During the concert you will want to whisper, hum, sing along, or tap your shoe don't do these things. It will distract others from the performance and will make unnecessary noise during the performance. If you bring a baby to the concert. When it cries or make another noise please try to exit the auditorium as quiet as possible. This will help others to not get distracted. Do not wave to your children(if they are performing) during the performance. They most likely already know that you are there and who you are. Please don't take flash photography, it would most likely blind a musician and won't be...
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