Where: The Blue Note
When: October 12, doors at 7:00 p.m. , show at 8 p.m.
Ticket cost: $15 GA, $65 VIP
Openers: Flexy the Artist
Your grandpa always tells you about the time he saw Johnny Cash. Your dad always tells you about the time he saw The Who. When you have children, you will tell them about the time you saw Aaron Carter.
Yes, that’s right. Our hero. The young prince. The trap lord. Aaron Carter is coming to The Blue Note.
You’ve waited for this your entire life, ever since his illustrious, golden voice first flowed into your ears through the headphones of your two gigabyte MP3 player. Every night, you sat in your bed and listened to “That’s How I Beat Shaq” over and over until you physically couldn’t keep your eyes open anymore.
Was it real? Was it all a dream? We may never know, and that is what’s so beautiful about Aaron’s storytelling abilities.
Who among us hasn’t serenaded our mother with “I Want Candy” in the checkout line to try to get her to buy us some Skittles or a Snickers bar? Who among us hasn’t lamented for the days of old when young Aaron Carter was a universal topic amongst teenagers, as accessible and widely known as sports or the weather?
Since his younger days, he’s stayed busy, including multiple U.S. tours and even a 5th place appearance on Dancing With The Stars.
Carter’s life is like a meteor flashing through the sky: it’s bright, it’s beautiful, and it deserves all your attention. It is truly a blessing that he’s decided to grace us with his presence in Columbia, and all I can promise is that this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. When your future children ask you “Where were you when Aaron Carter went on tour?” don’t be the one that has to tell them that you missed out.
The brightest flames burn twice as fast; catch this brilliant, fiery flame while you still can.