You perform a perfect and graceful stage dive. The venue lights spin as you are carried backwards on a carpet of sweaty palms. They gently place you at the back of the pit as the audience begins to thin out.
It’s a little cooler towards the back of the gig, but no less frantic and you are still being thrown around like a ragdoll, the band feeding off the energy of the crowd.
With the audience a little thinner here, you have a few options to get yourself out of this pit, before you are completely exhausted.