Haha, that's legit that they got security to drag them out. Reminds me of the first time I saw Imagine Dragons. There were two people next to me who were just being very rude and they only cared for themselves even if they were making others experiences worse. Also, last year I was at a day "festival" that consisted of Disturbed, Breaking Benjamin, Alter Bridge, Anthrax, Saint Asonia and a couple other no-name bands. My friend and I were at the concert and my friend went to go buy food so I spread my legs out to save his spot. The show was at an ampitheater and we have lawn tickets. However at the front of the lawn there is a rock walkway and at the top the walkway is a railing, we decided to stand at the railing starting at Saint Asonia. Long story short, while my friend was getting food which took him all of Anthrax's set because lines were so long, this older dude probably in his 50s got mad at me when I wouldn't my leg to let him against the railing. Essentially he kept threatening to throw me over the ledge into the plants below. Dude was a total jerk. Luckily those were the only two shows I have ever had problems with when it comes to people. But for people who want to get barricade, I highly suggest that you show up early and not move through the crowd. It makes people hate you less. This is perfect advice, basically do what this guy says. And make sure to show up at least an hour before doors depending on the show. Especially if they let M&G members get in first. I saw a band called Real Friends last November. I was the 3rd person in line for the show but because of VIP ticket holders I barely got on the barricade and had to settle for very right most area of the stage.