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Ozzfest Ozzfest was an experience that will not be easily forgotten The hot weather and the huge crowd was exactly what I expected The people were loud and the noise was deafening Seeing the bands I have been listening to for years was dream come true Ozzfest was one of the best experiences of my life and it was everything I imagined it to be I attended Ozzfest in San Antonio Texas on July 27 2001 Upon arrival an enormous crowd was already drawn Seeing all the people lined up ready to go made me anticipate the next moment There were many different cultures and races Many people were wearing t-shirts of the bands that were performing that night Others wore shirts with vulgar language on them Many people had long hair body piercing and tattoos I also saw many parents with their children The different kinds of people is what made the interesting and appealing At the show there were many booths The booths were placed throughout the park At one booth they would sell the bands merchandise People could purchase bracelets necklaces and clothing There was also a mini-tattoo parlor Tattooed bodies was really popular among the crowd I saw a man with a tattoo under his neck that read Insane Dragon tattoos seemed to be a crowd favorite At the shop were lined up to have their bodies pierced or tattooed There was also a censorship booth At this particular booth people could sign a petition against censorship This particular booth was located at the entry People would sign as they walked into the park A booth was also placed on side of the stages After the bands set people could meet and receive autographs from the musicians The tour had two stages The second stage had about ten bands during that show The second stage had no seats and people had to stand up This was very uncomfortable for
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