I’ve mentioned it in previous articles but I’m getting into it just now. For the past 6 months, I was a roving host at “Harry Potter: The Exhibition”. A week after its official closing, it seemed only normal to share my experience.
Few weeks ago, I joined the Twenty One Pilots Emotional Roadshow (finally). And because of technical and priority issues, I couldn’t join the madness of the pit as I wanted to. But, at least, I learned something about myself.
It’s been a week since I went back to college and post summer depression is killing me. I haven’t written in a long time but, amongst other things, I still fangirled. You know this blog isn’t about what I did as normal human, but what I did as an all type fangirl. Here’s a little summary of what it was.
Have you ever felt like going back to the 90’s? Well, the gorgeous Kat Graham brought it back with her latest masterpiece. Here’s my review on her first album, Roxbury Drive.
This year, it’s the first time I’m not going to the Bloody Night Con Europe. And as much as I’m sad, it helps me reflect on how therapeutic it can be for fangirls.
Concerts are more than a just a musical show or performances. If you know me a little, those aren’t surprising words. They are the exact connection between the artists’ music and his fans. That’s where the whole point of the music world makes sense. And it’s according to this point that I choose my favorite artists.
Like everything in life, fangirling is a beautiful way of life that comes with sacrifices. Concerts, conventions, even movies don’t come cheap, in terms of money and of feelings. This is how I deal with it.