Gigs can be incredible experiences. Not only is it amazing to get to see your favourite artists perform live, but it's also an opportunity to share the experience with fellow fans. Despite being total strangers, you're united by your love of the artist and their songs and it makes for a really special experience.
In 2018, fans came together at a Liam Gallagher concert in Manchester which resulted in a really beautiful moment. 30-year-old Michael Reynolds, who is a wheelchair-user, was at the gig with 15 of his mates. He'd chosen not to get a ticket in the disabled area as he wanted to be in the thick of things with his friends.
During Liam Gallagher's iconic song Wonderwall, Michael's mates decided they wanted to lift him up in his chair for a better view. Noticing they were struggling, 20 other lads immediately ran forward to help give Michael the best view in the house. Michael said:
'It was really positive. The atmosphere was unbelievable. Everyone was really helping. You couldn’t fault the crowd at all, it was just people being positive wanting to help.'
Even Liam Gallagher noticed his fans' actions, tweeting: 'Respect to the lads at my concert for giving Michael Reynolds the best view in the house BIBLICAL BEHAVIOUR as you were LG x'
Nice one, lads.