When CaTz heard the news, she thought I was kidding. After a few minutes of her laughing her head off, then she said..."you nak pergi concert budak-budak muda tu? Can you stand that long?". I answered "kalau penat duduk la kat kerusi". Then it dawned on me that it is not the same kind of concert as the Kenny G concert I attended way, way back in London, where there were plush dedicated seats in a nice concert hall. O M G.....early signs of regrets starts to surface.
There were local and international DJs spinning their music. The atmosphere was just nice, with soft wind cooling the scene, and a full moon in the background. Everyone was waiting for the star of the show, Tiesto to come on stage. Eventually he came on, to the tremendous applause from the crowd. Suddenly there was an influx of people. You can see rows and rows of hand phones videoing (is there such a word?) the appearance, and Tiesto did not disappoint us. Much effort went not only to the music, but also the video and special effects.
At last, I have to admit that I felt a teeny weeny out of place. I spent most of the time looking amused at the antics and dance 'styles' of those around me. Here are some of my observations:
- the fatter they are, the skimpier are their outfits....ewwwwww.
- stay away from those who have just left the centre court area, coz they are sweaty and smelly, from all that jumping around... of course.
- the longer you stay, the more invisible you are...coz more people seems to be making body contact with you, as if you weren't there.
- no matter how sexy you are, you look really ugly when you are drunk and vomiting everywhere.
- any body movement qualifies as a dance move....even just putting your hand up (like when in school and you are asking permission to go to toilet).