You never know what you are going to get for an outdoor concert.
I live in the north and outdoor concerts are always absolutely optimistic.
There is no heating and air at an outdoor concert. So you are just put in the elements to survive. I have been in both dire exhausting situations for outdoor concerts. I once went to a concert that was sweltering. I was on a crowded bench with a ton of other sweaty people. The lack of A/C made us all sweat and stick together. It was so sizzling and muggy. I do not know how the musicians did not pass out due to the heat and no AC. They must have had cooling backstage. I suppose it was worse being too frosty though. I have been at a concert on a day the weather decided to be frosty cold. It was in the 50s, windy and threatening rain. I was not dressed right and desperate for heating. I would have given anything even for a space gas furnace to be between our feet. The musicians at least had overhead lights and got to move around. I just sat and shivered. How strenuous is it to hook up a generator? Every outdoor concert place should have the capability of providing Heating and A/C in unique areas. I would even pay for heating and cooling if I had to. I would rather be the right temperature instead of holding a budweiser while I was in the concert. Tables with electric gas furnaces and overhead A/C machines would entirely do the trick. In the north, you just can’t get away with no Heating and A/C.