25 days from today…

…I, Mia, will be going to an Ed Sheeran Concert! I am so excited! Like omg-she’s-gone-loony-bitten-by-a-mad-pigeon excited!

I have never been to a concert before. Not many singers or bands come to India and when they do, well, normally they’re ones I don’t like.  And even by any chance, if there’s someone I want to watch onstage, the tickets are too expensive.

If it is not the tickets, then it is the timings. I live in the suburban Mumbai. No concerts here.

But, this time, everything has just fallen into place.

There’s an Ed Sheeran concert in Mumbai.

The tickets are affordable so I bought one.

I have my bestie Sagarika’s company.

And! The concert is at 4 pm. Not very late.

Mum was still a bit reluctant to let me go. She’s my mum. It’s her job to worry about me. But she finally agreed. So 25 days from now ie on the first of March, I will be watching a cute redheaded dude perform songs with exquisite lyrics.


All I’ve been doing today is happy dancing like crazy.

YAY! MY FIRST CONCERT! *Happy dance* Happy dance* Happy dance*

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. justanotheranimefan
    Feb 04, 2015 @ 03:07:44

    Have fun! Ed Sheeran is AMAZING in concert!



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