Before the show I went to Barfly and danced around on the stripper poles with a friend. It was rather funny because I didn’t think men were going to start throwing money at me. A guy asked me if he could tip me and I was like sure, more money for me! I didn’t take my clothes off or anything. All we did was danced on the pole, so it wasn’t even bad. Maybe a little slutty but not bad, we were just having fun. Soon this random stranger started putting money in my shoes because I was wearing peter pan looking shoes but they were tall on the leg it that makes any sense. After that, men can and danced with us on the poles so it was an experience I will remember. After dancing with some guy, I went to the 3rd floor. I found Fire Mamas’ Feathers and Accessories, they were there selling jewelery and feather extensions for ten bucks. Everyone should check out there facebook page. They spit fire as well! They were very nice and I hope to interview them soon, that if there interested, being 18 kind of sucks, no one takes me seriously, but I am serious about my website. I also watch people paint to music, it was pretty cool to watch. People came up with the craziest things, but their pieces are something I would buy myself. The one I didn’t like was all the drugs. I saw people snort coke and take shots of heroine, something I don’t want to be around, but its a dubstep show so I expected it to happen. It opened up my eyes and made me realize, the world isn’t perfect. Some people were even smoking weed and K2 in the middle of the crowd. Some people got a little to crazy. I even had someone run into my boobs, he said, “Sorry, I’m drunk!” Then he ran away. It was funny, because at the time I thought it was ridiculous but who wasn’t there. I loved the light gloves people wore and I’m going to buy some online now. I chatted with a few of those people and got some videos. My camera isn’t the best, because I couldn’t get my professional one in, so sorry about the quality! In the end though, Skrillex’s performance was amazing, he did such a great job. If he ever comes back to Minnesota, I’ll see him in a heartbeat.