Well, I'd like to start out saying that I'm young and probably ignorant, so I could be posting this in the wrong section or this might have already been discussed. So, let's get my apology out of the way...I'm sorry!
Anyways, I have a question for ya'll: For the Brooklyn, NY concert on July 18, 2007, at Union Hall, the Union Hall website says at the very bottom of 'Calendar' something along the lines of 'age requirement 21 unless stated otherwise.' Do most shows make this a rule, or is it only this one and a few others? I'm asking this because I've been waiting about a year for Vienna Teng to come close enough to my area that it isn't a nuisance for my family and I to travel, and so that it doesn't coincide with preplanned events. I've even (already!) begun to write a persuasive essay to my parents, the topic being why I deserve to go to this concert.
...Don't get me wrong, my parents embrace my loving her, and don't think she's a bad musician at all...I just wanted to prove to them that I'll go out of my way to go to a concert of hers. I'm sorry if I'm been sort-of rambling...in any case, there's no use in putting effort into this essay that I'm writing if it's true that most places in which these concerts are held in offer service only to those over age 21. I've only just
turned 14, and really, I'm not sure if I can stand waiting 7 years to see Vienna live!
I just want people's thoughts on this; whether you believe my thoughts are right or wrong. And keep in mind that though I'd want to, I am a minor and can't fly all over the place to see her in a place that doesn't have an age requirement.