Concerts from the perspective of the disabled

Everybody enjoys going out from time to time. You may decide to go and see a gig at a local pub, or to one of our great british festivals during the summer months. Although a simple thought for the average person (money aside), for some they can be much more challenging experiences. In many cases people with disabilities have a hard time attending concerts or festivals despite the enjoyment they get out of them. There are theatres and clubs that are considered as “accessible” venues. There is no need to go up any steps and these venues are easy to navigate. Usually doors are wide open during a show and there are large bathrooms on the ground floor. They are easy to access and it doesn’t matter if the person has a disability or not. Even in those venues where disabled acce...

A New Simple Way To Meet New Concert Buddies

As summer is slowly approaching, so is the excitement for its diverse events under the open sky. Finally, you can mark the dates on your calendar and start planning out all the numerous live concerts and awesome, weekend long festivals. Hot weather, ice-cold beer, and live performance is the equation for an exceptional summer. Nothing better than dancing your worries away while the sun slowly goes down or finally singing your favorite songs hyped at your favorite performer`s concert. Something that will stick with you forever, memories that last a lifetime. But what do you do when all that euphoria goes away in an instant when you find out that your best friend or partner can`t come with you? Or you might have moved to another country or city and you haven’t made any friends yet? Or maybe,...

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