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Comments about ‘Concert safety: From language to dress to mosh pits, parents have a little homework to do’

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Published: Thursday, Sept. 1 2011 6:46 p.m. MDT

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three11stu
Saratoga Springs, UT

I have been to a lot of concerts, and I have never been in a situation that I didn't want to be in. If I don't want to get in the mosh pit, I stay away. If I don't want to be in the crowd, I get a seat. On the shows that I want to be in the pit, I go, I prepare myself for it, and I have a good time.
The only people that get in trouble at concerts are the ones that are not being very smart, and I don't have any pity on them. If a girl doesn't want to get groped, then don't go crowd surfing. It is very simple. Know what you are getting into before you go, and you will have a good experience.

TARDIS
Salt Lake City, UT

Well, I certainly don't see these problems at the Utah Symphony. lol

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