What would you do? What would you do if you went to a show with your children, a concert, or a comedy show, and got chosen to come up on stage? Would you embrace a rare opportunity and have a story to tell, or would you refuse and let someone else take a moment that could have been yours? The unknown of what you will be asked to do on stage can cause anxiety, but the thought of going up on stage at a show could be a memory you remember forever. If chosen to go on stage at a show, would you take the chance, or refuse the opportunity?

Going on Stage at a Show in Idaho

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Credit: Thinkstock

When attending a show of any kind or a concert, there is always a rare chance that someone from the audience could get called up on stage. The odds of it being you are usually slim, and most of the time the crowd assumes it was someone planted in the audience, but that isn't always the case. Often, real people get pulled up on stage, and if that person happens to be you, the choice could be tough. Not everyone is ok being, in front of a crowd, but others would love the opportunity to be able to entertain or be near the performers. 

To Go or Not Go on Stage in Idaho

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Credit: Nick Cooper - TSM Duluth

When that hand is out to take yours to bring you on stage, the heart starts beating, the palms get sweaty, and anxiety picks up. You may not want to, but your friends and family are likely sitting there encouraging you to get out of your seat and get on stage. Recently, I was at a show with my children and was asked to come on stage. I was hesitant but did it for my children. They said it was their favorite part of the show, and while nervous, it made for a great memory and is something they will remember for the rest of their lives. 

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Chances to go on a stage during a performance or live show don't come across often, but it isn't for everyone. Would you pass on it, or go up and let your family and friends record a video of you becoming a star temporarily? If asked to come on stage what would you do?

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