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    I don't see why not as long as you keep hydrated, avoid mosh pit (I remember seeing slipknot when I wasn't pregnant at BDO and there was a dude that definitely would have hurt my baby if I was pregnant, that's how aggressive and violent he was). I don't think I'd do festivals only because to enjoy them you need to be near the stage (not necessarily mosh pit) and often people smoke cigarettes and other 'things' which I wouldn't want to inhale 2nd hand pregnant

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    Yeah I went to a concert at 8 months. It was great fun.

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    Go, but yeah, up the back would be good. I've have some friends who went and saw SOTD and they said it was pretty rough and full-on, that was awhile ago now though..

    You can always step outside if it gets too nuts.

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    I saw George Michael when I was about 25 weeks pregnant. Figured it wasn't any louder than when I crank the stereo in my car :-)

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    I went to Foo Fighters at 36 weeks pregnant with DD1 (she bopped around for the rocking bits, and chilled out for the acoustic set), and this time around this little guy has been to 3 concerts before I knew he was there! Chris Cornell, Good Charlotte and Foo Fighters (again)

    I agree with the others, try and stay out of the mosh, keep hydrated!

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    Yep! I'd go! Provided I could sit / stand somewhere my bump wouldn't get bumped. Apparently the sound from a concert gets muffled like bubs is wearing ear plugs from the fluid.

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    Went to Bon Jovi with H about 4mths preg. But it was pretty sedate!

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