Dude your not mad to go at all...
Its your call man but trust me its worth it!!
Ive seen people with wheelchairs children and old grannies at the fest!!
You may even get acsess to the disabled podium lol!!
If it was me id be there without a doubt even if it meant 365 days of pain!
You can stand at the back away from the crowd and still soak up the atmosphere!!
I'd recomment you the same thing. If you don't place yourself in the middle of a moshphit, you'll be fine I guess. Just stay out of the crowd and you'll be totally fine. No one will tackle you outside the crowd, just for the fun of it
Ya, let's try this. Some doctor who's coming plz bring a random coma patient with him. Just to see if he wakes up, when we set him up in front of the stages!...were in a coma and there was no one to carry their unconscious body to the Wacken holy land where they would, of course, be revived...
Ya, let's try this. Some doctor who's coming plz bring a random coma patient with him. Just to see if he wakes up, when we set him up in front of the stages!
So, Turkish, what kind of cast or appliances will you be wearing, if any. If it's just a collar, I'd say go.
Let me tell you a story:
A few weeks ago, I caught Maiden at their Mansfield, MA stop. Minutes before the show was about to start, my friend taps my shoulder and points to a couple of rows behind me. There, some guy about my age was sitting in a motorized wheelchair, the kind you have to steer with your chin. I'm quite certain he could not move from the neck down. He was wearing a "Best Of The Beast" t-shirt and his eyes were alert and impatient for Maiden to finally come on.
I got a little choked up and I said to my friend: "That there is the most hardcore motherf#$%er I have ever seen. I feel humbled".
If you can move, get your ass to Wacken.