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The concert in mexico was fucking amazing!!! Definitely one of the best days of my life :D Look forward to the concert in your country !
I heard. I am so fucking excited. I am going to see them in Munich and Helsinki TuT
Honestly. We all saw this coming. Shit was going on in Mexico. But seriously everyone who is saying that the fans where rude, sure they were, but what did you expect?
I must say I have tickets for the Munich concert, I am excited, but I don’t want to be there with a bunch of crazy fans who will just ruin the whole awesome feeling of just being there and enjoying it. (no offence, but sadly there will always be that kind of fans) Truth is, I am even a little scared to go, because of all the aggression and pushing around sure just a concert but it’s not nice. Don’t think they will notice you and speak with you, cause there is no chance for you if you will keep being aggressive and without any respect to them.
DON’T LET US LOOK LIKE PIECE OF SHIT. BUT IF YOU WILL THAN I AM NOT PROUD OF THIS FANDOM.
P.s: Don’t do such things as they did in mexico, respect their privacy, and if you go to the airport to meet them. Do not fucking scream like a mother fucking baby. It’s just disturbing.
I’m already really nervous about The Gazette traveling the world. From what I’ve seen with Latin American fans, it scares me. They are already disrepecting them. Their last tour outside of Japan was back in 2007. We scared them then as well.
Please don’t ruin this for future fans or fans who are not able to see them this time around. Our US Sixth Guns still need a chance at seeing their boys.
Yes they are happy to know we love them, but you need to understand their culture. You can express it without running up to them and touching them.
As we know, the GazettE is a band where there are strict rules to obey in lives. Well, for those who attended one before, I bet you can feel it too even you don’t speak Japanese. World Tour is coming soon in less than 5 days, I hope they will leave good impression for overseas fans unlike the tour in Europe long time ago.
I’d come upon all these after discussion with my friends, both Overseas and Japanese fans. Please pass this around!
★No moshpits please. I understand that it’s a tradition/habit in Europe, especially rock festivals but right after the video of Kubana festival has been passing around, Japanese gave a negative reaction. Small ones are normal though but not the one in Kubana! I hope all of you will respect other audiences too.
★the GazettE is a band of 咲き禁(sakikin). Not much of you all know about this but it’s actually a show of ‘affection’ is not allowed. Hinting the boys like ‘Kiss me. ‘Hug me.’ ‘Sleep with me’ through dances, name screaming etc. is not allowed. Doing something impolite is not allowed. Some bands do allow that but not the GazettE.
★No chatting during the performance. I really have to emphasize this because even members did voice out before this in their blog. Whether you attend the live because you’re a fan, or just someone who wants to know something new, no chatting during performance.
★For encore, please stand and scream etc. for encore like Encore! Encore! as how you see in live DVDs. If you sit (if not standing live) or use mobile phones etc. it’s impolite and rude. Even though the boys are not on stage, but they are not blind. They see what we do. Ruki did wrote this on his blog too, and showed deep dissappointment and anger.
★No photo taking in the hall.
★Please respect other audiences. I (I bet not only me) was pushed so hard in those the GazettE lives I attended and was really speechless and a bit sad too. Aoi and Ruki saw that and was unhappy too. For the boys has been emphasizing all the time. ’ We want the fans to enjoy themselves’ for like almost all interviews etc.
★There is this speaking where, if you love the band men, what you do is to headbang. Not to headbang all the time of course but if you don’t headbang at all, or just stare at them when they are headbanging, it’s actually not polite.
☆That’s basically all! Just remember this golden rule, respect other audiences and bandmen. Let’s give the boys a new impression on us overseas fans and I’m sorry if there is any offence. Thanks for reading!