1. Start by expecting festival lineup leaks mid-spring because waiting for the official program is too mainstream.

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2. Follow up with a month of online debates over the validity of the leaks.

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3. Set your preferences with a little help from your friends.

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4. Validate your concert choices after the official full lineup is released.

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5. Google those one or two acts you happen to never have heard of before.

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6. Find out who of your friends, friends of friends and, well, friends of friends of friends is going.

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7. Expand your inquiry through Twitter (Facebook also works).

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8. Make crucial financial decisions that may or may not involve your parents.

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9. Get the tickets.

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10. Snap an instant picture of the tickets (also make sure to arrange them in a messy but thoughtful fashion).

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11. Post the picture to Twitter.

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12. And Instagram.

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13. And Facebook.

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14. Brag about it for the next five weeks.

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15. Make some essential fashion choices.

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16. Attend the concert.

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17. Unleash your phone’s camera like there’s no tomorrow.

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18. Post live tweets, statuses, pictures and videos.

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19. Once the concert is over, do everything possible to get a picture with the artist(s) or anyone you saw on stage.

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20. Spam social networks with the 904,530 pictures you took of the event for the next 24 hours.

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21. Initiate a post-event online discussion about how sick the concert was.

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22. Brag about it until next summer.

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