You see, that’s where you’re wrong, you go to a concert to interact with other fans, enjoy the music and meet the people who practically saved you. You’re there to support their music and extend your gratitude for making music that made them what they are today. The music that made other kids realize that they’re worth something and this band is the reason behind it. That band, their music helped them get through the roughest time of their life. I go to concerts and I always have that itch to meet the band because they made an impact in my life and i want to personally thank them, not through Twitter or Facebook. I’m going to this concert because of We Came As Romans. They’ve been my savior ever since I found out my dad has cancer. I needed someone to be there for me. Might not be physically, but through their music, they’ve helped me a lot. It’s hard seeing my dad suffer. I would feel like shit, all day, knowing that I can do so little just to help him. From the strength I get from that one line from a song, helps me get through all of it every single day. So, don’t say that if we’re just there to be “fangirls” and what not, think about what they’re dealing first in their day to day basis, and put yourself in our shoes.