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Last month my band teacher told our jazz band about a show we had to perform at It was at the new Save-on-Foods Memorial Arena for the finals of the World Curling Championships First off what a tasteless name the Save-on-Foods arena and secondly I dislike curling because I bumped my head once curling My first thought when we were told about the concert was the arena will not be ready The arena was suppose to be done last August it still wasnt done so I didnt take the rehearsals too seriously plus all the songs we were going to play were easy I had been playing them for 2 years no problem Practice was as usual the band teacher telling us to take the concert seriously and practice of course I didnt As the date came closer and the round robin for curling started I realized that we actually had to perform for the finals However I still didnt practice too hard because all the pieces were easy On our last practice before the concert we were all told to be at the new arena before 8 oclock in the morning This did not go well with us On Sunday morning waking up at 7 wasnt exactly ideal However we all knew this was an extremely important event so we didnt grumble too much The finals were on Sunday and on the Saturday before I fell asleep thinking about the crowd at the arena Sunday morning I woke up thinking its too early to perform Truthfully it was excessively early I got up at 630 am In addition I was the first student there at the arena so I had to help unload all the equipment trust me when I say at 730 in the morning I rather be sleeping then lifting a horrifically heavy keyboard However being there so early I could have a walk around the new arena The arena was an
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