Everyone gets stage fright to some degree. The more you get on stage, the more comfortable you’ll be performing in front of others, and the less stage fright you’ll get.
Remembering your routine on stage, especially when you’re nervous, can be tough The best way to make sure you remember it is to be as prepared as possible.
When you’re in your room practicing alone, turn on your music and run through your performance as if you were on stage. Smile when you hit bangers. Walk around a little bit. Sing along to the music. Whatever you want to do on stage, do it while you’re in your room alone. Run through it 100 times if you have to. The more comfortable you are and the more familiar you are with your routine, the better.
Also, the more confident you are in your ability to hit your tricks, the more calm you’ll be. Personally, I would never do a trick on stage that I can’t hit ten times in a row comfortably.
I find the best way to get more consistent with your tricks the fastest is to try and hit the combo ten times in a row with zero mistakes. If you make even the smallest mistake, start over at zero. It’s a lot harder than it sounds, but it can REALLY make a difference, even after just a week of practice.