My concert list

Hola everyone.

As you know, I’m a fan of lists. And I love writing experiences down and keeping memories, so it will probably not surprise you that I always write it down whenever I go to a concert. So I thought why not dedicate one post to all the artists I’ve already seen live. And yes, I’m not joking, I’ve seen them all. Enjoy.


  • Justin Bieber (I cried when I bought the tickets in 2013 and I’m planning on seeing him again this year)
  • Conor Maynard (it included a Meet and Greet and I still can’t get over the fact that I hugged him; I can’t wait to see him again)
  • Olly Murs (2x; actually one of the cutest artists on stage, he just knows how to play with his crowd)
  • Avicii (2x; seriously the biggest parties I’ve ever been to and one of the best DJs out there)
  • Postal Service (saw them at the Barclays Center in New York)
  • Clean Bandit (saw them at the the Jingle Bell Ball in London in 2014)
  • Union J (George Shelley is literally the human version of a cute teddy bear; we wore the same outfit at the concert – Coincidence? I don’t think so…)
  • Take That (I’ve never seen men dance that much while singing)
  • Maroon 5 (saw them at 8 o’clock in the morning in the middle of New York when they were at the Today Show and played a gig there)
  • The Vamps (the highlight of the Jingle Bell Ball; and just to mention, they are breathtakingly amazing live)
  • Jess Glynne (she was part of the Clean Bandit set)
  • Ella Henderson (I didn’t even really know her, but I remember she made me cry with one song)
  • OneRepublic (2x; they totally slayed both times; I love when Ryan wears a hat)
  • The 1975 (they were the support act for Two Door Cinema Club and I remember that I didn’t even like their music back then – funny story, because now I love them)
  • Dog Is Dead (the other support act of Two Door Cinema Club; I think I told the lead singer they were amazing after the show)
  • Ed Sheeran (what should I tell you? I’d do EVERYTHING to re-live it right now and if I had the chance to go to his concert every day for the rest of my life, I would totally do it)
  • Robbie Williams (he had the coolest stage I’ve ever seen in my life and he totally rocked it)
  • Two Door Cinema Club (the reason for my concert addiction – thanks guys)
  • The Script (always dreamed about seeing them live and completed the wish in 2014)
  • Nick Tangorra (the cute support act of Conor)
  • 5 Seconds of Summer (flew to Berlin with my friend just to see them)
  • Saint Raymond (the amazing support act of Ed; I love them ever since)
  • McBusted (I think I knew exactly two songs, but I still loved their show)
  • Hey Violet (the punk support act of 5SOS)
  • One Direction (one of those concerts I will always remember)
  • Ryan Keen (the other support act of Ed)
  • Awolnation (saw them at the Sziget festival last year)
  • Marina and The Diamonds (she’s the queen, literally)
  • Kasabian (the oldies who totally rocked Sziget)
  • Major Lazer (their song “Lean On” is the official Sziget hymn for my mum and me)
  • Kings of Leon (Caleb’s voice is freaking amazing live)
  • Alesso (the one show mum and me actually sneaked in at Sziget; it was totally worth it)
  • Turrentine Jones (an English band which actually follows me on twitter)
  • Kraftklub (didn’t really know them before the gig but loved them even more afterwards)
  • Rudimental (my mum got completely obsessed with their music after we had seen them)
  • Limp Bizkit (totally not my type of music; I literally just saw them to keep my front row place for Martin)
  • Martin Garrix (yep, I survived Limp Bizikt for him and it was soon worth it; he ended Sziget with the best show anyone could ever imagine)
  • R5 (Ross’s dance moves made the show 100 times better)
  • DJ Ryland (the small brother of the R5 family; he did a really great job getting us all excited for R5)
  • Twenty Øne Piløts (I saw them exactly 9 days ago and miss them like crazy; I even fell more in love with their music after I saw them, while I didn’t even think that was possible)


I can only imagine what you are all thinking now, and I know, I don’t even believe it myself. My concert addiction started in 2013, so I saw all of these people in the last three years, which literally takes my breath away. I don’t even know how that’s possible, but somehow it is.


I’m really really really happy and also lucky that I got all these chances to see them live and I hope that it will continue this way, as concerts are the one thing that I never want to lose in my life.


If any of you are the same as me or if you just want to talk to me about concerts, I’m here and more than looking forward to talking to you. Thanks for reading. x

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