My daughter and I went to a concert the other night. We saw Janet Jackson at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta. It was the first chance I've had to see Janet and Kesi's first concert ever. I don't go to too many concerts because of the cost and because I'm generally not a fan of crowds in enclosed spaces. But this was Janet Jackson. I've missed so many chances over the years to see her shows, either because I was a broke student or I because I was working. I decided to spend the money, thinking I'd take my husband. He wasn't interested in going (unless I had backstage passes-- there is no way I'd let him get that close to Miss Jackson). So, I decided to take Kesi. I'm not sure who was more excited, me or my daughter.
After we found our seats, the gentleman in front of me apologized for being tall. I didn't think much of it, mainly because I'm short and it wasn't the first time I'd had someone apologize before getting up and getting their groove on at a concert. However, this guy was not exaggerating. This was my view for quite a bit of the show:
I suppose it could have been worse. Luckily our seats were pretty good and Janet moved around the stage enough so I could see. Kesi, who is taller than I am already, was nice enough to switch places with me so I could have a better view.
It was quite a girls night out. It was a great show and Kesi had a good time. We even bought t-shirts.
Make Me, Janet Jackson
Has anyone taken their DSLR into a concert? I didn't take mine because I didn't think it was allowed. But the only restrictions noted on a sign outside the theater said no pro camera flash. I might take mine next time.