A place you can go to listen to music，这个雅思口语题目很多孩子第一个想到的地方是music hall，再使劲儿想想，就是家里的床了…… 也有刚刚去看了演唱会的娃灵机一动，咦？体育场貌似也可以算是可以听歌的地方哦!很多城市的体育场常年有人开演唱会，所以stadium也算是符合要求吧！
I'd like to talk about the city stadium in my hometown where tons of concerts are held there.
It was not that far from my home, only about 10 minutes' bus ride.
Every year, there would be at least 5 singers coming here, and the tickets would be sold out immediately.
People love to go there because the environment is awesome, I mean, it can seat 20 thousand audiences, and the lighting effects are fantastic. The seats are comfy as well. So as you can imagine, when the stadium is fully packed, and the singer is performing on the stage, how impressive the atmosphere must be, right?
When the stadium is holding a concert, it would be divided into several sections, the one that is closest to the stage is reserved for the singers' guests. So the tickets for that area are not for sale.
In the area where a football match is usually held, there would be extra seats added. And the price for those is pretty high. But the price for those fixed seats are relatively affordable.
Every time, the organizer of the concert would set up stalls selling snacks, drinks and glow sticks.
Oh, and I almost forgot, when there's no concert, there would be buskers outside the stadium, performing music. Usually the songs are light and soft, so when people are taking a walk nearby, they would stop and listen for a while.
tons = a lot 例如：
They've got tons of money.
I've still got tons to do.
sold out = if a concert, match, etc. is sold out, there are no more tickets available for it 例如：
The Opera House was sold out for the singer's first appearance in the city.
sell out | be sold out = (of tickets for a concert, sports game, etc.) to be all sold例如：
The tickets sold out within hours.
This week's performances are completely sold out.
seat = to have enough seats for a particular number of people例如：
The aircraft seats 200 passengers.
The auditorium can seat an audience of 5000.
for sale = available to be bought, especially from the owner 例如：
I'm sorry, it's not for sale.
They've put their house up for sale.
an increase in the number of stolen vehicles being offered for sale
a 'for sale' sign
stall = a table or small shop with an open front that people sell things from, especially at a market = stand 例如：
a market stall
They have a fish stall on the market.
Drinks were being sold from makeshift stalls at the side of the road.
glow stick = a plastic tube filled with chemicals that shines like a lamp when you bend it = light stick 例如：
Glow sticks are very popular in clubs and on the rave scene.
Try our glow sticks at your party.
busker = a person who performs music in a public place and asks for money from people passing by