During a concert a wonderful opening band was playing, and usually nobody stands for opening bands so they decided to call out and tell us to jump on our feet and dance. Ofcourse, like every other concert I've been to, the audience makes their way to the front to wave their hands and sing along. I got to the very front, I was very pleased with how everything was going. Surprisingly, majority of people were calm with their surroundings and it was going very well. But within minutes, a certain security guard starts yelling at the others, telling them to push everyone back to their seats because in their rules it's a fire hazard (which is strange because other venues I go to never call an audience a fire hazard). I can understand an entire audience can be difficult to deal with but to shove my friend and I to the very back of the floor (rather than our purchased seats in the very middle row) is very harsh. Being short, i couldn't get a good view AT ALL of my favorite band. Everytime I tried to get back to my seat, I was once again pushed to the back by security. It's gonna be difficult for me to ever purchase tickets for a band at this venue again.
Keep in mind, it was not just my friend and I, it was everyone in or near the front
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