Country concerts in the US and Canada are totally different, are they not?

In the US, young white American women (16 to 35 age range) dominate everybody else, they make up 80 percent of the audience. You know what this means? Young American women tend to be carefree, lively, traditional and conservative minded. Even the liberal ones would go to folk festivals, and have the laid back... show more In the US, young white American women (16 to 35 age range) dominate everybody else, they make up 80 percent of the audience. You know what this means? Young American women tend to be carefree, lively, traditional and conservative minded. Even the liberal ones would go to folk festivals, and have the laid back "make love not war" mindset.

In Canada (if there ARE any country shows there), the audience would consist of grumpy middle aged people and young white men (who tend to be the opposite of their female counterparts), they're be some young white women but not many. Basically, young Canadian women are liberal feminist slobs. They'd never attend folk, metal or rock shows let alone country gigs. All they'd ever do is get knocked up at rap concerts, or in bathrooms at nightclubs!

Actually, if there *was* a country concert or festival in Canada, young white Canadian women would storm the stage, attack or KILL the band members, and use their instruments as firewood when they take their black boyfriends to the "chalet."

I'm not kidding.....
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