DESCRIBING: AN OUTSIDE CONCERT

In the beginning parking seemed to be extremely overpriced; thirty dollars to area in a parking lot full of trucks with grillz and chillers full of beverage in their bedrooms. The music from your speakers that have been about a mile or two down the road traveled into my car as if that were a ghost and took over my CD player. Suddenly the rap music that had been played was taken over simply by Big and Rich, one among country music's superstars. The blazing sunshine felt like an oven compared to the effectively air conditioned vehicle. All over were people standing outside of their vehicles or seated on their tailgates. That must be wherever they received the term " tailgating" by. Thousands of people partying in a lawn parking lot, barbecuing burgers, warm dogs, and in many cases some steaks, drinking drinks, and hearing the sound of a Tennessee natives guitar inside the distance. The parking lot party felt like a community of friendly people that have well-known each other permanently, but haven’t seen each other in a while. The trip to the arena was enjoyable, considering the persons next to us strolled a straight line that is at the shape of the circle. Whether it were likely to pick up and return each of the empty cans and wine bottles that we found on the way I might probably offer an extra five hundred dollars within my wallet. Some of the females flaunted themselves by putting on short skirts, rancher hats, and cowboy footwear. The oscillation from the audio speakers slowly increased each step we-took forward. Getting into the stadium was overwhelming, the scent of German sausage crept under my nose, while the ice cold drinking water that was dripping by my head felt as rejuvenating as a smoker's next pure nicotine fix. The seats had been about 200 feet through the main stage on the floor; nevertheless , my ear tended to disagree looking at fifteen loudspeakers that were five feet tall and assembled in a group of friends were just twenty toes away. Yelling to the person next to my opinion was heard as a whisper. The group seemed to be...