This month the Not Just A Mom link up is about concerts we've been too. I have to say, I'm a little (a lot!) boring in this regard :) However, I will do my best here. Also, all of my concert experiences are with Canadian bands or symphonies so unless you are Canadian, or have a deep love of Canadian music, you may not have heard of many of these bands.
When I was in high school my best friend and I would often go to the symphony together. I can't remember if my parents let us use their tickets or if her mom would get free tickets through her music store, but whatever the reason, we would go to the symphony.
My first, and only, experience of using fake ID was to go to a concert in university. It was being held in a bar and it was the Northern Pikes, a band from Saskatchewan, where I grew up. I borrowed an ID from someone and I remember LOVING the concert. And I didn't drink -- I just wanted to hear the band.
Then I didn't go to concerts for a really long time. When Dave and I got together, we went to two concerts in two weeks in Toronto. I think they were both at the Air Canada Centre which holds a ton of people. We saw The Tragically Hip one week and The Barenaked Ladies the following week. These were HUGE concerts and my only major concert experiences.