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2. ## How long do concerts last?

The average concert lasts around two hours. If you’re planning to attend a show, check the venue’s website or call ahead to see what time doors open and close. You can also ask the person who invited you for an estimate of how long it’ll take to get there (and back).

## An hour and a half.

A concert can last anywhere from an hour and a half to four hours.

The average length of a concert is about two hours, but it’s not uncommon to see artists run long with their sets or encores. If you’re going to be at the venue for more than two hours, make sure there will be enough food and drink options available so that you don’t run out of energy before the end of your favorite artist’s performance.

## Two hours or more.

A concert can last anywhere from one hour to two hours or more. The length of a concert depends on the artist and their performance style, but it’s not uncommon for a band or musician to play for over an hour at a time. If you’ve ever been to a rock show before, you know that they often last longer than sporting events and plays. For example:

• A football game lasts about three hours (including timeouts).
• A movie runs around two hours long on average; however some movies are longer than others (like Lord Of The Rings).

If we were going off the averages here, then we’d say that concerts tend to last somewhere between 1-2 hours in length–but who really knows? Some artists might go over their set times while others take less time than expected!

## Going to a concert is often a long, fun event, but it can be hard on your feet.

Going to a concert is often a long, fun event, but it can be hard on your feet. If you’re going to be standing in one place for hours on end, it’s important to make sure that you’re comfortable and don’t get too tired out.

• Wear comfortable shoes: You’ll want something that won’t rub against the tops of your toes or cause blisters if they rub against each other inside the shoe. Make sure that whatever footwear you choose has enough room for socks and insoles if necessary (if they aren’t already included).
• Bring a cushion: Whether this means bringing along an old pillow from home or buying an inflatable one at the venue itself, having something soft underfoot will help prevent foot pain later on in the night when everyone else’s body heat makes their shoes start sticking together into one giant clump of sweatiness over time! Don’t forget about other parts of your body too–you may also want additional pillows handy during intermission breaks so those who are sitting down can rest up without feeling uncomfortable after standing up all evening long!

It’s important to remember that concerts are a long, fun event. They can be hard on your feet and they take up a lot of time, but they’re worth it! You don’t have to go all out with fancy clothes or accessories like earrings or bracelets; just wear something comfortable that shows off your personality.