Below, your official guide of what to wear to a concert, whether it's Rihanna you'll be singing along to or Ed Sheeran.
What to wear to a pop concert
If you're furiously dancing to 'Single Ladies', it's going to get hot. Make sure you have an outfit that is both cool enough for a lot of sweaty people packed in a room, and keeps you warm on the way home (think a bomber jacket tied around your waist).
A crossbody bag
The strap saves you from having to find somewhere safe to put it down. Make sure you just take the essentials so it's not too heavy.
Crossbody clutch, PETA AND JAIN $69.95
A slip dress
Always in fashion, perfect with sneakers and will keep you nice and cool. Tick, tick, tick.
Mila Slip Dress, Paris Georgia Basics, $273
No one wants to be wearing heels and standing for upwards of 3 hours. Thankfully, sneakers are more on trend than ever.
Nike Air Max 97, $250, Stylerunner.com
What to wear to a rock concert
Opt for flats over heels, jeans over floral dresses and a messy bun over perfect curls.
Black frayed hem jeans
Or, if it's warm out, cut-off denim shorts for the win.
Zara Bootcut Asphalt Jeans, $69.95, Zara.com
A failsafe essential.
T by Alexander Wang cropped stretch cotton-jersey T-shirt, $102, Netaporter.com
Or anything flat and comfortable.
Ankle Boots, Spurr, $59.95, theiconic.com.au
What to wear to a classical concert
You're likely to be seated and in an indoor venue, meaning you can dress a lot nicer without having to worry about your feet aching or spilling red wine on your dress. Perfection.
Most colours and styles will suit, but don't go for anything too short or revealing.
Bandage Dress, NastyGal, $86, NastyGal.com
Opt for a kitten heel to avoid any aches and pains.
Sabine suede slingback pumps, Ganni, $315, Net-A-Porter.com
For an easy but stylish look, pair a white shirt with jeans and a heel or boots.
Crochet Insert Ruffle Shoulder Blouse, Boohoo, $24, boohoo.com