Is a 10yr old 2 young to go to a pink concert......
thanks people for your coments..... i'm not a prude..... and she has the cd's.... so i think i will go for it......
thanks for helping me make up my mind......
I was considering taking my cousin who is 10 also, I would recommend seated area though, if your taking young children as it can be along time standing and a few fights broke out due to people pushing etc. But it is an amazing show for your first concert, well worth it.
hope not cause i have promised my 7 and 5 yr old!! They love pink and I have explained about the swearing and not to repeat it, They sing along and miss out the swearing which is cute.
That age restriction is for the standing section. Good luck trying to get any tickets for Belfast now I finally managed to get one ticket for the Thursday concert after trying all day last Friday!
I HAVE JUST SEEN SOME OF THE ACTUAL TICKETS FOR THE BELFAST GIG AND IT CLEARLY STATES OVER 16'S ONLY, SO MAKE SURE YOU CHECK BEFORE YOU BUY THEM!
This may be a venue restriction in Belfast but it is best to check with whicever venue you intend to go to see her Pinkness!
It's all about the radio!
i have taken my son to many pink concerts and he was only 9! i am taking my 7 year old to one this time round as well.
i think it all depends on the child.
Like Derdygirl said, use your own judgement. If you watch Pink's Live at Wembley DVD, there is a shot of two young girls (around 10/11 years of age) with their mum and they are all dancing away to Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely) which has a bit of swearing in it. So you wouldn't be the first to take a young kid to a Pink concert.
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Depends on the child to be honest.
Some scenes and tracks can be a bit "racey" . . .
If you are a prude then I would say don't go, however if you have a an open minded, mature 10 years old then go for it!
i would say no there not too young