I am looking for the word that stands for the thing that I see first time in my life.

Here is the sample sentence: His show was the first show that I visited and watched under the stage.

(There may be some grammatical mistake since I am English learner.)

Thank you so much

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  • Are you looking for: His show was the first show I'd ever seen? – Jim Oct 21 '15 at 23:03
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    You see a show or you attend a show. (You watched it from under the stage?!?) – Kristina Lopez Oct 21 '15 at 23:08
  • @Jim No, I am looking for: First show that I saw in my life – uwu Oct 21 '15 at 23:19
  • The first show I'd ever seen IS the first show that I saw in my life. – Jim Oct 21 '15 at 23:20
  • @Jim Then, can I say like this: I went to watch my first time rock concert. – uwu Oct 21 '15 at 23:25

I was a first-time spectator when I went to see "The Phantom Of The Opera" at Her Majesty's Theatre.

  • spectator - (noun) - a person who watches an event, show, game, activity, etc., often as part of an audience

"It was my inaugural experience seeing the Grateful Dead. What's more, I had backstage passes for my best friend, Ricky, and me. From behind the stage, it was fun, but it wasn't until we hit the dance floor that the show became truly epic."

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