Valentine’s Day is a time for love and romance, and what better way to celebrate than with a concert? Concerts are a great way to spend time with your significant other or to make new connections with other people who share your love of music. However, not everyone at a Valentine’s Day concert is there for the same reasons. Here are a few types of people you might find at a Valentine’s Day concert:
These are the couples who are so in love that they can’t keep their hands off each other. They are annoyingly sweet and inspire the “God when?” syndrome in another set of people. They’re often the ones who are most dressed up, and they’re usually the ones who are most excited about the concert because they can not be outshined on “their” day. They may be seen taking romantic strolls, cuddling, holding hands and taking pictures, or even slow dancing during the concert. These are the people who are there to celebrate their love for each other and they’re often the ones who are most excited about the concert as expected.
The single pringles club
These are the ones who don’t have a date for the concert but refuse to be pressured. They are there to enjoy the music and maybe even meet someone new. They may be a bit more dressed down than the couples, and they’re often the ones who are most focused on the music. They’re also the ones who are most likely to be dancing and singing along to the songs. Anything to get the attention of “the one” because they are not planning to still be single by next year’s Valentine’s day. If you see anyone giving the lovebirds the stink eye, they most likely belong to this club.
The tag-along friends
These are the people who are there to have a good time with their friends. Their sole purpose is to have as much fun as they can, any other thing is secondary. They’re also the ones who are most likely to be laughing and chatting with each other during the concert. Sometimes they could care less about the artist, they just want to have a good time.
These are the people who are there to see their favorite band or artist. They may be dressed in band merchandise. They’re often the ones who know all the lyrics to the songs and don’t mind proving it by singing at the top of their voice. You will definitely find them dancing. It is almost like they are in a competition to win the Best Fan of the Year award. If you are friends with anyone in this category, ensure you go to the concert with a box of tissues because they can randomly burst into tears unprovoked!
Out on a date
These are the people who are there to get to know each other. They may be a bit more dressed up than the couples, and they’re often the ones who are most focused on each other. They’re also the ones who are most likely to be chatting and laughing during the concert.
The third wheelers
These are the friends who came along with their couple friends but are now feeling a bit left out. They’re usually the ones who are trying to enjoy the concert but also trying to blend in.
The love chasers
These are the people who are there to meet someone new. Very similar to the single pringles club. The only difference is that they are out for blood or a relationship. This is like their project, the concert is just a tool to get what they truly want. The funny thing is that they never give up. They’re usually dressed to impress, and they’re often the ones who are most focused on making connections.
The old flames
These are the people who are at the concert with their exes. They’re usually the ones who are trying to have a good time but also trying to act indifferent.
The concert crashers
These are the people who didn’t buy a ticket but snuck into the concert anyway. They’re usually the ones who are trying to blend in but also trying to have a good time.
These are the people who are there to break hearts. They’re usually dressed to impress, and they’re often the ones who are most focused on playing the field.
Make that special someone feel extra special this Valentine
No matter what type of person you are, a Valentine’s Day concert is a great way to spend time with the people you love. Whether you’re there to celebrate your love for each other, or to make new connections with other music lovers, a concert is a great way to make memories that will last a lifetime.
Want to make this Valentine’s Day special for your special person but low on funds?
Are you ready to surprise your love interest by taking him/her to a concert by his/her favorite artists on Valentine’s Day?
The Booless Party is your answer! It’s coming up on the 12th of February, and we at Changera are selling tickets to this show! There’ll be headline performances at the Booless Party by Chike and Rexxie.
We will also be giving out free tickets plus transport fare to two single fans and one couple.
Refer 5 people to download the Changera app using the #TheBoolessParty and share the usernames of your referrals. The first people to complete this task get our goodies.
You do not want to miss the Party of the Month. Get your ticket to The Booless Party from the Changera app.