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Justin Bieber Essay

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I remember everything, just like it happened yesterday. It had always been my dream to go to a Justin Bieber Tour Concert. I remember getting a phone call on February,16th from my friend, Brooklynn Garner. She asked me if I wanted to go to a Justin Bieber concert with her. I remember running outside, screaming at the top of my lungs, just being so excited to finally fulfill my dreams of going to see Justin Bieber perform. The concert was months away, and I couldn’t wait. We both did some research and found out all of the songs that would be playing, so that we could memorize them all. Then our tickets came in the mail. I couldn’t believe how close we were to the stage. The week before the ...view middle of the document...

After we crossed the street, all I saw were three tour busses. I couldn’t help but start to run to the fence that they were parked in. It’s still astonishing to think that Justin Bieber could have been in one of those three tour busses. Everything seemed to be moving so fast. Once we got inside, Brooklynn and I took a picture with his cardboard cut out that they had set up for fans. Next, we stood in line, so we could buy a tour shirt. The line was so long, that we just decided to split up. I went and got us both a water, while Brooklynn waited in line. After we got our waters, tour shirts, and our picture taken, it was time to find our seats.

We were in section 103, row 13, seats 4 and 5. All of my dreams were happening in action, and I couldn’t believe it. As we were walking into the stadium, we had to show our tickets to Roger. Roger was the security guard by our entrance, and he was nothing but a ball of joy. He was so nice to us! He asked where we came from and was talking about he goes on tour with Justin as a security Guard. Right in the upper bowl, blocked off of course, was Jeremy, and Jaxon Bieber! Jeremy is Justin’s father, and Jaxon is his little brother. I’m sure they were there to support Justin, and tell how how good of a performance he put on afterwards. A little bit before the opening act came on, a count down started. Just ten long minutes of waiting, and everything would begin. We met two girls, Elizabeth and Ashley, who were girls who sat behind us. As we were talking, the lights shut off, and Jeremy started to wave his hands, getting the crowd to stand up, and make some noise. I was so anxious when I looked at the countdown,...

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