Proper viewing at a music festival for short people.
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I love music festivals just like anyone else. Watching a musician perform live on stage is an unmatched feeling or so I’ve been told. Out of the handful of concerts that I’ve attended, I barely recall seeing the artist.
All because I’m shorter than your average Joe-Indian. It’s like watching a concert on a screen, at a concert instead of seeing the artist in front of me.
And if it’s not phones, it’s either the sweaty backs or armpits that I routinely walk into.
The last concert I attended, my friend kept raving on about the skills of the guitarist while I got sucked into a random moshpit.
Today it is me, but every day I'm sure I’m not the only one.
Something needs to be done about this problem. For all I know, it could be concert goers standing in line height-wise, like we did in school.
Or tall people letting people sit on their shoulder to get a clearer view.
Sign my petition and stand up (no pun intended) for concerts that everybody can enjoy.
Help me show music festivals in India and around the world that short people are people too, and they want to experience concerts the same way others do.
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