K3 concert with Reagan
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I have been thinking about the name for this blog. Maybe I should rename it as I seem to be writing about a lot more than Meppel. Anyway, I guess it is more a blog about my life now and people will find what they think is interesting enough to read about I guess.
Today I went to Groningen with my eldest daughter Reagan, who turned six on July 30th. One of her birthda presents was a ticket to the K3 concert in Grningen on October 4th. The plan was for my mum to go with her but unfortunately she coldn't make it to The Netherlands due to personal circumstances so I got to go instead!
We got the train to Groningen and got there in plenty of time to ride to the Martiniplaza where the concert was held.
Our seats were in row 111, which sounds like a high number but there were definitely not 100 rows in front of us so I have no idea how they came up with that number. Our seats were right beside a path that leads to the seats in higher rows which was good for Reagan as it meant she could get out of her seat and stand up and watch and dance and jump.
The show itself was fun, a lot of singing and dancing, many old songs and a few new ones too. Obviously it is meant for kids (mainly girls) in the 2-10 year age group but I did notice a few things to entertain the adults too. And they even got me jumping up and down (although I must admit to feeling a bit silly). Reagan had a blast and it was great to see her enjoy herself so much.
After the show we rode into the city centre and walked around the markets and some shops for a little bit. Of course this bored Reagan to tears pretty quickly but I would definitely recommend it to the adults amongst us! Groningen is a beautiful city...