Kids & Concerts: Just Do It, Mom & Dad (From U2 to Taylor Swift)! by Michael Kennedy
Many moons ago, we hopped a bus to the L train, L train to the Broad Street Subway and off to the Philadelphia Spectrum to see U2 on their first major arena tour with their record, The Unforgettable Fire. Drenched in sweat and wading on crushed floor seats three hours later we had witnessed the beginning of a musical revolution and a rock-and-roll journey matched by very few, tonight we get to do it again. Dozens of shows, hundreds of friends and as many memories and the road continues … this time with my kids.
My 10-year-old and 8-year-old have been to many shows in their short span (yes, they wear ear protection and we stay in the age lane), but hopefully, they’ll pull out these nugget memories of performance and happiness for years to come. Concerts, shows, theater and even the local school plays. Show them the path early and let them build a foundation and of music and the arts for their lifetime. Walk away from the screens and get out in the open. Live performance without a net is something pretty special to see and let’s be honest, “What was your first concert?” is a great conversation starter for years to come!
Taylor Swift Friday night, anyone?
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