The area were already pretty crowded when we showed up bit late with my gf.
The line consisted of surprisingly casual-suited people, giving me the aspect that Diru's fanbase had grown with the band from the vk era. (Of course there were some hc fans to make an expection to this)
The line moved slowly to the entrance and people were still gathering to the queue.
Inside was the merchandise desk where were three different tour shirts and one zip hoodie on sale. (No DSS related stuff at all, meh)
I struggled with the choosing, couldn't make my mind which t-shirt I'd take (and of course, the coolest t-shirt was girlie-sized only) and finally decided to buy the zip hoodie AND t-shirt. W.I.N.
It had been a while since last being at Nosturi, and couldn't remember how annoying
the concert hall's structure is: as you enter the hall, the stage is right next to you on the left. …