The Concert That I Live For
Warped is an adjective defined as disapproving, humorous, strange, and unpleasant. One would think that a music event titled Van’s Warped Tour would be crazy or different; some may even think badly upon it. To the fans who attend this concert every summer, it means so much more. It is a replacement of all negative aspects of outside life with a unity bound by a common love of music. I can guarantee that anyone who goes to this concert will be able to experience a different atmosphere that differs greatly from that of everyday life. It can be said that Warped Tour can be looked as the modern day Woodstock.
At its basics, Warped Tour is a concert and festival held every summer. Bands follow the tour all around the United States and some of Canada. Many stages, merchandise tents, and food stands line the grounds of the venue. At the center of all the festivities is the blow-up schedule which tells you what time and at what stage a band is playing. Also, clearly labeled are first aid tents that can prove very crucial if an injury is to occur. Lastly and most importantly, the people that go to Warped Tour are the ones that set this event apart from any other day concert because they build the unified atmosphere, which is what sticks with me every year once the day ends.
Many attendees of this concert come from different walks of line, but the music is what we can all come together and enjoy as one. About five stages will cover the grounds of Monmouth County Raceway at the Oceanport date; all of which will house very different bands with very different styles of music. On one stage, The Ready Set will be performing ‘Young Forever,’ but at the next stage over Asking Alexandria is just starting the first verse of ‘A Candlelit Dinner with Inamorta.’ Knowing these bands, one would be able to understand the variety of artists playing this tour. This diversity gives concert-goers the opportunity to see bands of all genres and makes the forty...
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