Not sure if I have a day break down, but there are differences in how many bands play per day. First day is short, second day is a full day, third day is short (Labadee), then the last day is full.4Horsemen wrote: ↑Tue Dec 11, 2018 4:18 pm*Apologies if this has already been answered in another thread*
For the Survivors out there - how many bands would you say you could see "comfortably" each day? I'm not trying to over-plan, but just trying to get a sense of what is realistic between meals, set changes, hanging out with other metalheads, etc. I know it will be a little different for everyone, but if you could share your experience that would be great.
And please don't do this. Met a guy last year who was bragging that he hadn't taken a shower in 4 days. Dude, we could all tell...trust me.
It happened quite the opposite for me. I was wearing Tommy Bahama's perfume and while waiting for Obscura at the Pyramid Lounge, some chick told another guy "someone here smells fucking good"
Shows start up pretty quickly right after muster drill in the lounge and (as I recall) the Studio B "Ice Rink" stage...I remember having to dash over to see Equilibrium in the ice rink after the meet'n'greet one year.
The app really DOES help...but I carry a paper "backup copy" of the schedule with me and I bring highlighters and, of course, a Sharpie. I don't trust all that electronic felgercarb.Schedule changes can happen as well, which they posted at elevators and I think at our door. You may also figure you'd rather see a band's set at a different venue. A crowded pyramid lounge is no place for short folks who really want to watch drummers :-(
I sort of look at the schedule obsessively the whole time anyway. Maybe the app will help this time. Or just a highlighter...
There's a hard copy in your room each day. I tend to use that more than anything else.
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