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Entries in safety (9)

Friday
Oct202017

Concert Backlash: How To Deal With A DWI Charge When You’re Innocent

Imagine you’re leaving the stadium or arena, after having enjoyed a performance from your favorite singer or group. The police pull you over and put you through the process of testing your sobriety. Even though you haven’t had any alcohol, or perhaps had just a small drink that wouldn’t put you over the legal limit, the police charge you with either a DWI or a DUI.

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Monday
Sep252017

Music Maniac: The 4 Safest Concert Venues To Add To Your Bucket List

If you enjoy listening to music, then a concert is likely at the top of your list of favorite activities to do with your family or friends. Whether you attend a concert at a school or church or at a larger venue, such as an amphitheater, there are numerous types of musical events that are sure to make you smile. There are also a few venues that you should add to your bucket list because of their beauty and the security that is offered for those who attend events.

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Friday
Sep152017

Moshpit Mashup: 4 Applicable Tips For Injuries Acquired At A Concert

Whether it’s a headline concert or a full blown festival, there’s nothing like a live concert to help you appreciate — and experience — your favorite bands. Unfortunately, concerts and festivals are also great places to get injured, whether it’s a mosh pit, an equipment malfunction, a grounds safety issue, or any of a long list of things that could go wrong. Of course if you’re attending a concert, it’s important to stay safe and protect yourself as much as possible from potential injuries. But if you do get hurt at a concert, here are a few tips you should keep in mind from a legal standpoint.

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Monday
Aug282017

Safe And Sound: 3 Ways To Keep Yourself Safe At Concerts

The best band or musical artist of the year is coming to your home town. You and your friends have the tickets and are dead-set on making the date. Before you even get there, be sure to keep in mind some important ways to stay safe while enjoying yourselves. 

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Wednesday
Jun142017

Responsible Rock N Roll: 4 Tips For Your First Concert

Going to a rock concert can be one of the craziest experiences of your life. You’ll just need to make sure that it’s the good kind of crazy. If you’re headed to your first live rock’n’roll experience, here are a few tips for maximizing the fun and minimizing the drama.

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Thursday
Jun082017

High Note: How Musicians Can Be Responsible At Concerts And After Parties

Concerts and after-parties are part of the experience of being in a band and performing for live audiences. The experience could be overwhelming, and the social pressure might cause you to do things that are not healthy or safe. Consider these four ways in which you can take responsibility for your behavior at concerts and parties.

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Monday
May152017

Summer Safety: 4 Tips For Staying Safe At Concerts This Season

One of the most enjoyable summer activities is going to see your favorite band live. With concert attendance at an all-time high, you need to make sure that you are taking all of the necessary steps to stay safe during your concert experience. Here are four tips that will keep you safe at concerts this season.

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Monday
Apr102017

How To Stay Safe And Sound While Rocking It At A Concert

If you enjoy going to music concerts, there are a few precautions that you should take to keep yourself out of harm’s way. Being safe, however, won’t prevent you from still having a good time while you revel in the music. Here are a few tips to staying safe at concerts.

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Thursday
Jan262017

How To Stay Sober And Safe At A Concert

Concerts are great events for most people, and the energy of the crowd is as much a part of the show as the performers. There are multiple factions and demographics when the concert is a particularly big event, such as an all-day festival where people actually set up tents and other camping equipment. Depending on the circumstances, the excitement of the event also comes with potential opportunity to indulge in drugs and alcohol that many people do not enjoy. And, for those who are in recovery, this can be a particularly uncomfortable situation. This does not mean that anyone cannot attend a show and stay sober and safe while still enjoying the music, but there are some situations to avoid concerning both sobriety and safety.

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