No Heads to Move

5 01 2012

You tend to know when something truly unique is happening to you.  It’s usually when everything is a little bit too overwhelming, when you’re experiencing sensory overload and when all you can really do is make a complete 360 turn and look around in awe.

It happened when I was surrounded by 600 hot air balloons taking off and it happened on December 16th.

Dec. 16th at the Tacomadome

When was the last time you didn’t have to sway back and forth like a metronome trying to see a concert between the heads of the people in front of you?  I don’t think I will ever experience another concert where my 5′ 2 1/2″ stature will have a complete unobstructed view of the stage.  And I LOVED it!  It was like a private concert and you forget that there’s close to 20,000 people behind you.  And…you get to see something you would never know was happening…the cameramen taking a break and chilling by the stage with a little portable espresso maker and some dark chocolate.  Pretty cool…

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3 responses

6 01 2012
stvolpina

🙂 it is an AMAZiiing experience to listen live to the artist you truly, deeply..(and so on:)) – admire! concerts like these fill you with loads of energy!

19 01 2012
Kavi @ Lab to Fab!

What an awesome experience! I love Jay-Z & Kanye. Glad you enjoyed it 🙂

26 01 2012
Erin

This continues to be the most ridiculous experience of my life.

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