Summer is almost approaching and the stadium shows and festivals will begin soon.
This year, I have three trips to Wembley Stadium within the space of four weeks:
On the Saturday 15th of June, my friend, her daughter and I will be heading back to my childhood and enjoying the cheesy pop night with the reunion of the Spice Girls. Yes I know this may seem lame to many people, and does not match well to the niche of this blog, but to me I get to enjoy something I never got to as a child and it could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see them perform live.
Six days later, I’m back at Wembley Stadium to see Bon Jovi who I first came o love when hearing Livin’ On A Prayer & It’s My Life at school discos. I looked up their back catalogue and loved them even more. They have been on my bucket list to see live for the past decade and this year I finally get to see them.
Two weeks after that, my third trip is treating my Dad for his 60th birthday to see The Who. I saw them headline Glastonbury in 2015 and thought they were amazing. As soon as I saw tickets were on sale, I knew I had to get them. They will be supported by Eddie Veddar, lead singer of Pearl Jam, and the Kaiser Chiefs.
I will of course be sharing reviews of these live shows over the next month – stay tuned!
In terms of festivals, I’ve still not had a chance to book anything. I tried booking tickets for Glastonbury back in October but was unsuccessful. I did consider a Sunday day ticket to Reading Festival where Foo Fighters are scheduled to headline, but again they are sold out. I may try a day ticket to Victorious Festival as it is the most local to me but I’m still working out logistics and availability.
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