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Whether You Want to Impress Someone New or Rekindle a Flame, Learn WhyConcerts Make Awesome Dates

According to Statistic Brain, 43% of singles Google someone before going on a first date with them. While first dates have always been a source of anxiety for many people, knowing you're not starting out with a completely blank slate can make you even more nervous. But even though jitters are a normal part of this experience, that doesn't mean you have to let them get the best of you. One of the keys to having a great first date is putting yourself in a situation where you feel happy and at ease. And what better way to accomplish that objective than to be in a place with great energy and awesome music?


By having your first date at a concert, not only will you put yourself in a great environment, but you'll also show your mate that you're fun and creative. Keep in mind that because there are so many awesome things about having a concert date, this idea doesn't have to be limited to someone you're meeting for the first time. In fact, whether you're in a long-term relationship or are actually married, if you feel like your dates have fallen into a rut, a concert is a great way to inject some liveliness into your dating.

While just going to a concert is almost enough to ensure a successful date, there are a few tips that can help you create a night that she'll remember for a long time to come:

Focus On What She Likes


If you're planning a first date, there's a good chance you haven't met your special lady in person. However, whether the two of you met online or were set up by a mutual friend, it shouldn't be difficult for you to get a good idea of her taste in music. Then you can select a great concert based on that information. While you obviously don't want to choose a concert you know you're not going to enjoy at all, it's also not fair to do the same to her by choosing a band you're all about but she simply isn't into.

Don't Drop the Ball

One of the only things that could do wrong with this idea is if you let your date know that you're going to set up a fun night at a concert, only to put off getting the tickets and then end up not being able to find any. While there are plenty of sites like the one you can find here that specialize in reselling tickets, it's still a good idea to get an early start. Not only will that help you find the best seats possible, but it may also assist you in keeping your total cost down.

Make the Evening a Full Experience

Since you want to impress your date, it's definitely worth going the extra mile to make the evening a complete success. That starts with dressing nicely. By putting some effort into the way you look, you can show that you care and do have some style. Also, instead of eating overpriced junk food at the concert, take your date out to dinner before the concert. An added benefit of doing that is it will give the two of you an opportunity to talk. Finally, while you don't want to get drunk at the concert, ask your date if she wants a drink. Offering and buying one for her shows that you're respectful and a gentleman.

Call Her the Next Day


There's a very good chance you've heard of the three day rule. Whether you originally heard it from a buddy or read it somewhere online, the bottom line is it's actually nothing more than a silly myth. After having an awesome time at the concert, your date will be quite happy to hear from you the next day. And even if the person you went to the concert with was a long-time girlfriend or your wife, you can still call her the next day and tell her what a great time you had with her.

If you follow everything we covered, you can be 99% confident that you'll provide a great experience for a potential new girlfriend or the significant other you've been with for years!

About the Author:

Ed Dunlap is a professional blogger. Although he's been married for 18 years, he and his wife make sure to do something unique every week on their date night.

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