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About talking audiences at quiet shows


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Written on: 03.05.2012 19:58
Niceone
Posts: 63
There has been a lot of talk recently, about artists and audience alike, urging concertgoers to stay quiet and listen during shows. I completely agree with the criticism in this debate and have had several would-be fantastic live-moments ruined by people who just can't keep the conversation outside where it belongs. This, of course, goes mostly for the quiet shows.

This year, a number of really nice slow/quiet acts will preform, and I would like to call out to RF audience to respect the volume-limitiations of these acts and keep the muttering to a minimum inside tents during shows.

Perhaps one solution could be to use the info-displays to remind an audience before/during the quiet concerts to remain silent or at least try?

I realize that a festival audience is a lot different from traditional audiences, since so many are there, just checking out bands for the first time, and therefore may start to lose interest after a couple of songs. The muttering cannot be completely removed, but to bring attention to it, would be a nice step in the right direction.
Written on: 07.05.2012 14:03
Stand up for rock n' roll!
Posts: 488
honestly i've never had a concert ruined by talking.. but again the concerts i attend usually have a sound level high enough to prevent talking.. which is the way to solve it
Written on: 07.05.2012 14:20
Desmond
Posts: 483
Niceone wrote:

There has been a lot of talk recently, about artists and audience alike, urging concertgoers to stay quiet and listen during shows. I completely agree with the criticism in this debate and have had several would-be fantastic live-moments ruined by people who just can't keep the conversation outside where it belongs. This, of course, goes mostly for the quiet shows.

This year, a number of really nice slow/quiet acts will preform, and I would like to call out to RF audience to respect the volume-limitiations of these acts and keep the muttering to a minimum inside tents during shows.

Perhaps one solution could be to use the info-displays to remind an audience before/during the quiet concerts to remain silent or at least try?

I realize that a festival audience is a lot different from traditional audiences, since so many are there, just checking out bands for the first time, and therefore may start to lose interest after a couple of songs. The muttering cannot be completely removed, but to bring attention to it, would be a nice step in the right direction.



beeing at live concerts is not like sitting at home watching tv!!!
Written on: 07.05.2012 14:47
Bobo
Posts: 23
If people talking is a huge problem for you, then move your ass closer to the stage with the other fans. People will be communicating/partying at festival concerts!
20+ concerts in 4 days without talking in the crowd would be unbearable for me. Its a festival not a old peoples home!


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