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    Posted December 23, 2013 by
    makkyann921
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    Japan
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    My Best Moment Ever

     
    October 7th was the best moment this year. I got a ticket for Justin Bieber’s concert know as the BELIEVE TOUR. It is said that his ticket is so difficult to get. Fortunately I got a VIP seat this time! When I got his ticket my hands were shaking and I couldn’t believe it for a while. This is the third time to see his show in Japan. It’s been a long time coming going to his show. When I got into the stadium I couldn’t believe how close my seat was. The stage was so close because the VIP seated people was able to stand in front of the fence. My heart was skipping a beat before he showed up. The show schedule was late about 1 hour. Everyone started to worry about him and the show. Finally, when the show started, I wanted to scream like the other fans but I couldn’t do that because he was so close and I forgot to scream. I have been to his concert two times before and the scene from my seat was so far. I just could see him from the screen. So this concert is a memorable moment in my life. I thought I could touch him if he reached his hands. After the show finished I thought it was a dream and it was not real. I started to think about the next show. That was my best moment in 2013. I wish I could experience that moment again in 2014.

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