Câu trả lời mẫu cho câu hỏi: Do you think music concerts are suitable for old people to attend?
Well, I wouldn’t say they are as live concerts, I mean pop and rock concerts, are usually too noisy and quite dangerous for the elderly. When I say quite dangerous I mean that there is a high probability to get squashed or hit in the moshpit as the stampede always occurs when the show starts. Younger people just can’t help themselves from charging to the front and taking up all the space by the stage. They get too engrossed with singing and screaming at their favourite performer and forget about those around them, which can make the whole experience of the old quite strenuous as they will have to focus on fists and elbows flying around rather than on the concert itself. What’s more, the fact that it’s necessary to stand at most pop and rock concerts and in longer-than-necessary lines before concerts may spoil the experience as well ’cause long standing will most likely cause back pain that will rack their tortured, aged bodies . So, I guess it’s better to enjoy the concert in comfort watching it on TV or YouTube rather than get tired after a few hours of noise, queues and standing trying to see what is going on on stage. But if we are talking about a classical music concert, why not