This was one of the most beautiful venues I've been to. No seat is a bad seat. Great place for a concert.
The show was amazing, the auditorium it self was just ok. They had one bartender who did a great job!! But with a packed house really only one was not a great choice. There is really no food you can get a warm pretzel or candy that is it and there is not room for much of a line for... More
Attended Chris Issak concert that was totally awesome. His performance was an absolute blast, but the venue was extremely tight. We were in the balcony center stage. The seats were so close together that I could not place my knees in front of me. It appears that I wasn't alone with this issue since others had their legs draped over... More
I recently attended the Marilyn Manson concert at this venue, and the only positive thing I have to say is that at least Manson put on a good show. The doors were supposed to open at 7:00 p.m., they did not open 'til after 8:30! Of course people were lined up to the street. It was 90+ degrees that evening,... More
This place is huge and while they have names of people who have died in wars in plaques on the walls. It took us a while to find the name we where looking for but it was great when we did this place has an open air feel to it and is huge, mostly used as a concert venue and... More
I went to a concert there and it was a great experience. Smaller venue and we had great seats that weren't overly expensive. The only thing was their sound system seemed to have s few problems. I will go again though if a band comes there I want to see.
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