Expository Description of The Masquerade

The Masquerade I went to the Masquerade which is located on North Ave in downtown Atlanta for a concert when it was dark, so the outside features were little bit difficult to describe. It was built in 1890, but opened in 1988. One thing I noticed before entering the infrastructure was that it gave out an ominous vibe. The wood that kept the building together looked discolored and old. If you look from a distance away from The Masquerade, the whole building looked like an over-sized trailer with at least 4-5 entrances. The front of the Masquerade was crowded due to the event that was going to happen, but during the day when no events are current, there will only be a few people( I know that because I drive past there often in order to buy groceries from Kroger). Example of Lil Yachty performing When entering the Masquerade, one can feel overwhelmed about where to go at first, because of how an individual can build up adrenaline after waiting a while in line. As I walked a floor up in order to go the the purgatory room where Lil Yachty performed, I was noticing how the lighting of the area was on a lower setting. I’m thinking the reason for the staff members to limit the audiences visual ability is so that they don’t linger to long around areas where there are no stages present. It forces the individual to find what he/she is looking for in a timely manner. The whole vibe inside the Masquerade also felt ominous as well. old looking stairs and low light gave...
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