How I met Justin Bieber


Getting backstage passes to concerts is a lot easier than people think. I am really surprised that zaidi people are not doing it. I have been attending concerts since I was fifteen and have gotten backstage to zaidi than thirty-five concerts in the last few years.

I have met most of my inayopendelewa performers and have a collection of memories that will last me a lifetime. I have tons of pictures, music, t shirts and autographs that I obtained throughout the years. My main suggestion is getting your foot in the door. There is actually a book that I saw on amazon that had quite a bit on info about the subject.

The book has a website address link where wewe can order it.

I have read a few vitabu on the subject but this one was the most complete and did not have lame info that I have seen in other books. This book uses some of the exact same methods that I use. Once wewe get your foot in the door, wewe can easily get backstage. People think that wewe have to “trick” people into letting wewe backstage but that is not likely. I have learned that once wewe know someone on the inside, wewe are set for life. I now know someone at every venue in my city.

So my advice is to take it step kwa step and read some vitabu on the subject. It is well worth your time and effort. While wewe are backstage, behave yourself and stay out of people’s way and don’t argue with anyone au wewe will get a one way ticket from where wewe came from and will never be invited back. I have seen this happen a few times. So go for it, there is nothing zaidi exciting than getting close to these bigger than life stars.