NASHVILLE, Tenn. – If you ever find yourself waiting outside a Justin Bieber concert you quickly realize teenage girls with Bieber Fever almost talk in their own language.
"I cry every time I hear his voice, like you don't even know. My heart is racing right now," Kaylee Mockeridge of Sparta said waiting outside Bridgestone Arena Friday night.
"Because he's an awesome singer and he's really cute and I just love him," said another young fan.
People lining up outside the area were finally getting a Friday night months in the making. Tickets to see the Biebs went on sale last summer and sold out instantly.
"I sat on my computer from like 6 a.m. until 12 o'clock when they went on sale and I just sat there and I kept refreshing the page until I go the tickets," said Katie Allen of Dickson.
Friday kicked off the first major weekend of 2013 on Lower Broadway. Saturday the Predators start a half-season, finally returning after the lock-out.
"I think we knew almost immediately that our fans really were behind this team. They were really behind all the things that we had done. And that we were going to be in a good place once we got a scheduled and were ready to start," said Predators Executive Vice President Chris Parker.
Saturday night's game is sold out, but there are still 100 $10 seats available, according to Parker. Those go on sale at the Box Office at 10 a.m.
Elton John's April concert also goes on sale Saturday. Friday night a handful of faithful fans were camping out to be the first in line for tickets.