@glassio said:Agreed on the non-stop talking man - it is fucking annoying. Woo a few times during a show I guess I really don't care but seriously i didn't pay $81.50 for a pavilion to ticket to listen to a bunch of bugged out wooks talk about there late 90's Alpine shows ALL throughout set 1 on Sunday. Seriously why even go in the show just sit and the lot and do your drugs so others can enjoy. Even more upsetting is this behavior seems to be happening more and more the last few years. Welcome to he ADD era I guess. FuckTo all the "woo-haters".... get over it. If people want utter silence at a concert--besides the music--then maybe a live concert just isn't for you. Remember - we're all there to have fun. It's not like people are talking non-stop in your ear. What's next, no one can sing along either?No, we're there for the music first and foremost. My listening to the music doesn't ruin your experience. Who the fuck gave you the right to ruin mine?
And yes, people talk non-stop, too.
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