Sara, 49 years old
What was your first introduction to the Melkweg?
It was 2013 and I went to see Enter Shikari.
Do you want to tell us your favourite Melkweg story?
I was at the Enter Shikari concert and went outside for a smoke and met a girl who is a regular customer at the bookstore I work for. She was super surprised and said: you’re the last person I expected to run into here.
What do you think concerts will look like in 50 years?
I hope that people keep going to concerts, but a lot of people are afraid of human contact and would rather live life online, so who knows…
What do you want people to know about you?
I have a kaleidoscope soul and a tenacious heart, sprinkled with basilicum, curiosity and human doubts.
Which musician would you want to swap lives with for a day?
I can’t think of anyone, but if I can choose an artist instead of a musician, I’d choose the author Margaret Atwood.
Do you want to be famous? If so, what would you want to be known for?
That would be really fun, maybe as the latest sensation: the 50-year old model?
If you could be the director of Melkweg for a day, what would you do?
I would invite the dance collective Momix for a spectacular performance.
What do you think of your photograph?
Wonderful, fantastic and HOT.