Whether you’ve seen a legacy act play in a stadium for thirty thousand people until the eleven pm curfew or one stumbling out of a tiny club at one thirty in the morning after a rollicking five band lineup, you might not want to be heading home right after. And even if there is ringing in your ears, there are plenty of diversions to keep you rocking all night long in all sorts of ways. The first is obviously grabbing another drink or two at a bar near the venue, and it will almost certainly be a welcome one, because it’s definitely going to be easier on your wallet than what you drank at the show. Of course, if just a drink is a bit dull, you can easily grab some food at some late night eateries, or if you still have plenty of energy then maybe meeting up with model escorts London, New York or LA-based ladies will be just the sort of thing to finish the night with a bang.
Then there are some more specific, concert-related events, namely the After-Party. And while this already seems like a very exclusive group (and you might just be your regular concert-goer), you will be surprised at just how easy it can be to attend some of these gatherings. First things first, if you have any hand at organization, then maybe it should be you who throws it. There is a bit of an art to an after party, and while you should start with just making it for fans of the band or artist you just saw, it’s how you set up that might get attention and attendance from the band itself. Hosting it at your place might make a mess and cost a bundle (and the size of your house/apartment/parent’s basement might limit capacity), so renting a spot near the concert venue might make the most sense. Heck, if you charge a bit, you might even come out ahead.
And if organizing seems like a total drag, then just show up. Sure, if there’s actually a bouncer it might require a bit of charm to sneak in, but there are plenty of secrets to sneak your way in. Depending on the show you’ve just seen, taking it cool and easy might be the right sort of attitude, but if you just came from a wild punk show, then it’s the fault of the after-party organizers if everything suddenly gets smashed up.
Let’s not forget, though, if you just saw an oldies act, the likelihood is that the band is already headed back to their hotel for a good night’s sleep, and if you have work tomorrow, that might be the best encore you can think of.