OGDEN -- Amber Bridenstein, 26, hung back from the growing crowd Friday night, unlike her sibling.
Bridenstein said her 20-year-old sister, Ashley, had pushed her way through the packed crowd to the front, right at the Winter Dew Tour concert stage.
Mac Miller, a rapper from Pittsburgh, was set to kick off the annual event Friday evening.
She said her younger sister is so excited and such a fan of Miller that "she's going to throw her bra onstage."
Bridenstein works for Snowbasin Ski Resort, which is host for Dew Tour sporting events this weekend. She isn't as much a fan of the up-and-coming music star as her sister. She also commented that the crowd for him did not seem as large as the crowd last year for Ice Cube, whose performance she also attended.
While Ice Cube, who several of this year's concertgoers mentioned as their favorite rap artist, has been making music for decades now, Miller (real name Malcolm McCormick) released his debut album "Blue Slide Park" last year.
The 20-year-old rapper promoted himself and found his fan base through social media, according to an article in "Rolling Stone."
The magazine article describes his music as a "near-exclusive repertoire of fun-loving, light-hearted rhymes."
Griffin Taggart, 16, heard about Miller from a friend at school a few months ago. The Bountiful teen gave him a listen and now calls himself a fan. He and his girlfriend, 17-year-old Kayla Kimbell, cite "The Spins" as their favorite song of his.
But Diego Cruz, 20, had only heard of the artist shortly before the concert. He looked him up and thought he'd enjoy the show, since he's a fan of hip-hop and rap in general, though his friend, 21-year-old Joshua Sexton, chimed in that Miller is a "wannabe Eminem."
Sexton shares his opinion with business magnate Donald Trump, who branded Miller the new Eminem. The rapper had written a song about Trump.
Sexton and his wife, Kendra, had come from Tooele for the concert.
Eighteen-year-olds Austin Keat and Brandon Jones drove to Ogden from West Jordan.
Keat and Jones "kind of" like Miller -- enough to have a favorite song -- and liked that his concert, like past Dew Tour concerts, was free. They regularly attend the Dew Tour concerts and plan to stick around for the sporting events, too.
After Miller took to the stage, he mentioned that this was his first show in about two months.
"So this is kind of like my comeback show," he said.
In light of this, he asked the crowd that took up the block for one favor: to make this the best show ever.
"I need to see all y'all jumping!"
The Winter Dew Tour continues from 9 a.m. to about 7 p.m. today and Sunday.