It's been a good evening, a good concert! After work I came home to walk the dog just to meet Martyna coming home early, we went for our Longboard Fat Thursday (but it was soooo cold!) and then for a beer to Hala Główna. Our friend from England came with his brasilian friend (he calls sister), so we talked and talked about cultural differences, languages and her stay in Europe (Austria, to be specific) - but it wasn't the end of the night. We had tickets for tonight's concert next door - Bitamina music, a band that had a super-hit last album (in Polish), with over 4,5 million views of the single - youtube.com/watch?v=0srJ9m6WeU.... Concert was sold-out, and the queue to enter was the longest I've ever seen - it was longer than the building the concert took place in! There was over 30 minutes delay before everybody went in, but the concert was really good - they have a specific kind of humour and pretty good contact with the audience. About the audience though... we were definitely raising the average age - most people were 18-20years old, and what I hate most - many people were definitely more interested in talking to their friends than, I don't know, enjoying the music, dancing and listening. Even in the middle of the crowd.
Since there was a huge crowd, I didn't got anywhere close to the stage - it was one of those moments, when 20 centimetres of height (and 2x longer lens) would've been useful ;-) but the vocalist asked everyone to kneel before one song, so it was one of those few moments that I could've seen the whole stage - and I didn't miss the opportunity.