Hi readers, it’s William here this week starting a column while we wait for Kerry and Emily to come online.
I was telling Laura, who helps us edit our column, how I had enjoyed watching Elton John’s debut and farewell concert at Glastonbury last night.
I knew he was going to be on, as I had seen it advertised in the papers and on TV, so decided to stay up and watch it.
If you didn’t see it, the crowd was massive, and it made me think about what it would be like to be there. I think I would like it, as long as I was in a safe place near the front, not crowded in the middle, which makes me feel uncomfortable and a bit scared.
I thought Elton John was very good and I knew most of the songs. I liked how he introduced each song and the guests he had on were good. I found the whole concert uplifting, and impressive that he lasted a whole two hours!
I’ve not been to a concert before, but I did go with People First Dorset to the Larmer Tree Festival a few years ago, which was brilliant. I liked listening to all the different bands and artists, and the freedom of walking around. The weather was also sunny which makes a difference.
I would love to go to a concert if I got the chance, maybe like Wembley Stadium. If I could choose a band to see, it would probably be Guns and Roses. My favourite song of theirs is Sweet Child of Mine! I’d also love to see Dire Straits.
Emily and Kerry have just joined but we have run out of room to write any more so tune in for their thoughts next week!
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