ACCEPT Ambassadors

ACCEPT AMBASSADOR:

As we all know, ACCEPT are traveling the world and visited about 48 countries in 3 years, several times. They are known for their very close and personal connection to their fans. And yet – due to their busy schedules, they are not able to really get to know what they are longing to know about the countries they visit. ACCEPT feel so connected to other cultures and people, always distinguished themselves as world citizens and live and think without borders, always have, always will.

Therefore, ACCEPT nominated one AMBASSADOR for each country, who is the representative of his/her country to us and our Representative in his/her country. His/her duty is to be a role model as well as give us information about their country, the culture and anything that is of importance to them. The AMBASSADOR should invite as many friends and fans to contribute and share their world with all of us. Welcome to this exciting adventure…

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Author Topic: Dallas, TX Oct 1st 2012
miketee
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Post Dallas, TX Oct 1st 2012
on: August 22, 2013, 19:58
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They rocked the place almost to the ground. It was a very small venue but as Wolf told me "if it is a 50 person venue or 50 thousand they give it there all every time." He was not kidding at all. They almost cracked the foundation. I was beating on my table with fury while watching them crank out ACCEPT. I can't wait to see them again but hopefully at a bigger place.

USA Teresa
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Post Re: Dallas, TX Oct 1st 2012
on: September 5, 2013, 23:28
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Quote from miketee on August 22, 2013, 19:58
They rocked the place almost to the ground. It was a very small venue but as Wolf told me "if it is a 50 person venue or 50 thousand they give it there all every time." He was not kidding at all. They almost cracked the foundation. I was beating on my table with fury while watching them crank out ACCEPT. I can't wait to see them again but hopefully at a bigger place.

I've seen them in both environments and I have to say I really prefer the smaller venues as opposed to the arenas. There's a more intimate feel, and I think the band members are able to connect more with the audience and vice-versa. But one certainly should come prepared with ear protection, because it is LOUD!!! Really, though, would we have it any other way?

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Post Re: Dallas, TX Oct 1st 2012
on: September 19, 2013, 00:10
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Quote from USA Teresa on September 5, 2013, 23:28

Quote from miketee on August 22, 2013, 19:58
They rocked the place almost to the ground. It was a very small venue but as Wolf told me "if it is a 50 person venue or 50 thousand they give it there all every time." He was not kidding at all. They almost cracked the foundation. I was beating on my table with fury while watching them crank out ACCEPT. I can't wait to see them again but hopefully at a bigger place.

I've seen them in both environments and I have to say I really prefer the smaller venues as opposed to the arenas. There's a more intimate feel, and I think the band members are able to connect more with the audience and vice-versa. But one certainly should come prepared with ear protection, because it is LOUD!!! Really, though, would we have it any other way?

I love the smaller venues but also the big ones. Smaller is more intimate and usually very good sound.

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Post Re: Dallas, TX Oct 1st 2012
on: October 29, 2013, 14:10
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I have also seen them in small venues with 1500 people and big ones with 20-30000 and i am always taken by their good sound.
I have been to a couple of metallica concerts both with crappy sound but with Accept the sound is always great.

Yes Accept has great live sound. I think they may be one of the only bands left that do a sound check.

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