What I learned from going to a metal concert with my teen What I learned from going to a metal concert with my teen. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Author: Juliette Kings I'm a mom, artist and writer, living in California. Westcoastreview.wordpress.com and Vampiremaman.com View all posts by Juliette Kings
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1. I’m going to a Black Veil Brides concert in November with my mom and possibly her boyfriend and his daughter. Since I’m underage to go alone they must tag along. I want to be right in the front, but like you said in the article it would be awkward if my mom and (possibly) her boyfriend were in the front where all the young kids are. Is there somewhere my mom and her boyfriend could sit/go? Like you said there’s a bar. How can I convince my mom to go there and trust me to be safe up front?
2. When you’re online do BVB come out of their tour bus and greet the fans? What time should I get there if I want to get up front(concert starts at 7, doors open at 6)? And how much are merchandise?
Sorry I just saw this. My daughter was 14 and right up front when she saw them. At the club there was a lot of security. At the small club they didn’t come out of the bus or anything like that. At Warped Tour my daughter got to meet them, hug them and get signatures. They are nice nice guys. I hope you had fun and a good experience.