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Live With Weezer Ever since I have learned about what music is I have continued to love it more and more I have evolved enough to be able to develop my own style of music and be capable of using music in other ways rather than just listening to it This is what makes music so important and special to me Attending concerts has become a passion in my life Thus by seeing Weezer one of my all time favorite bands I am experiencing one of the most significant events of my recollection I will never forget the way I felt that night As we drove into Detroit the excitement started to rise through my body My parents two of my friends and I were going to see our first Weezer concert Just exiting my car had me pumped and I was ready for anything We all walked speedily towards Cobo Arena where the concert was being held When we first walked in we handed our tickets to the clerk and a police officer used some kind of device that sensed weapons and scanned each of us with it I found this strange but not surprising because this was the first concert I had been to where checking for weapons was required Since this concert was after the terrible tragedy on September 11 I knew it was necessary so I didnt mind After we were past the security guards we headed up the ramps to our section of seats As we were walking I noticed the many different people that were there Most people looked like they were between their teen years and their late - twenties It was obvious to me about which people were hardcore fans or if they were just dragged along by one of their friends It seemed like there were hundreds of people just walking along the hallway but when I went into the stadium for the first
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