6 Types of Annoying People at Gigs

Tara Bharadiaon 23 July 2018
6 Types of Annoying People at Gigs

We all love going to gigs, but we’re all guilty of being at least one of these types of people during them, which one are you?

1. Die Hard Fans

These guys have been queueing up since 6AM just to get to the front of the crowd. They don’t mind being squeezed up against the barriers and will cry at least once during the gig. You best believe they know all the words to all the songs, even from before they were famous.

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2. Too Cool to Dance

Stood so still that you often forget they’re there and accidentally bump into them. They probably love the band but only at the gig do they remember how much they hate seeing live music, other people and dancing. Are they even enjoying themselves? Who knows.

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3. Didn’t Want to Be Here

This lot have clearly been dragged along to this gig by friends or FOMO. They don’t know the act or the songs and they clearly didn’t want to be there. You can find them stood sipping a beer in the corner and being quietly outraged by the hiked-up prices at venue bars especially for a place they didn’t want to be.

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4. Sees Gig Through Phone Screen

You’re annoyance cannot be contained when you’re bopping away at a gig and suddenly your view is obscured by someone recording the whole set. These guys are normally teenagers, super gassed to be at their first gig without their parents and wearing streetwear labels that you have no idea how they afford.

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5. Loving the Overpriced Drinks

They’re all bevved up before the support act is even done and you can guarantee the next morning they’re not gonna believe how much money they spent. They spend most the night running to and from the bar and end up falling over at least once before the gig is over.

6. Only Went for that One song

They like to think they’re huge fans but really they only know that one song that made it into the charts. For the rest of the night they dance away pretending to know the words to songs that they’ve never heard before.

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Tara Bharadiaon 23 July 2018