#TBT: Remember when music concerts were still a thing?

#TBT: Remember when music concerts were still a thing?

Contrary to popular belief, the show must NOT go on...


One of the many industries that's suffered the most through the coronavirus pandemic has been the entertainment industry.

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Cinemas and theatres have stood empty for months.

But the thing people have been missing the most have been live performances.

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Sure, there have been a few concerts that have popped up over the last couple of months, but each and every one of them has been met with backlash.

Standing packed together in a crowd is definitely not an effective way of curbing the spread of the virus during a pandemic.

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The lack of music shows, festivals, and stadium concerts has left a hole that has been tough to fill, even though musicians have been trying to create new stages on digital platforms.

It's just not the same.

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So, today, Vic chose to look back to the good old days when you would make your way into a crowd or try to find your seat, wait patiently, and eventually be met with the beaming lights and sweet sounds of your favorite artist or band.

Take a listen below as he tells the story of his first-ever concert experience, which turned out to be quite memorable, for a bunch of different reasons:

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