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Nissan Pavilion

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Nissan Pavilion

I am going to a concert at the Nissan Pavilion in August, I was wondering are there cabs there to take people back to their hotels? or can I call one to come pick me up?

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1. Re: Nissan Pavilion

They only offer driving information on their website. Have you emailed them to ask if there's a taxi line after shows?

Wouldn't recommend relying on calling a cab, with aftershow traffic, I think I remember the police reversing inbound lanes to the Pavilion to aid in clearing out the congestion. If my memory is correct, then a cab would not be able to come in to get you. I also tried to find info on public transportation to/from shows and had no luck. I would also ask mgmt about possible shuttle buses when you email them. Or ask your hotel if they offer something.

Otherwise, you're left with renting a car and driving. You can get some pretty cheap rental car deals on Priceline.

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Well, I will be driving my car from SC to VA, I was just hoping I wouldn't have to try to get out of that traffic, I know how tough it can be.

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Yeah, you are probably stuck. Nissan is a mess after concerts, and it was outrageous that they were allowed to build that facility and not adequately upgrade Wellington road.

I don't see how a cab could get in there to pick you up-let alone find you. They may have cabs there waiting though-to discourage people from drinking and driving. I would call them. Regardless, you are going to be stuck in the cab trying to leave just the same as you would in your car.

A lot of people I know who have been just hang out and chill after the concert and just let traffic clear out for an hour or so.

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That's pretty much what we do. We figure we're either a) spending an hour in traffic going nowhere getting stressed or b) spending an hour sitting in the car chilling out before trying to get out.

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I went to a concert at the Nisson Pavilion last summer. We paid for the VIP (or whatever they call it) parking and it was a dream.

We were in seats quite near the front so had quite a number of people ahead of us at the end of the concert. Despite that we got back to the car and from getting in the car to leaving the venue was just a few minutes. Well worth the $15 or $20.

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6. Re: Nissan Pavilion

Thanks for the tip! I wasn't sure if they did that, I know the Verizon Wireless Ampitheare in Charlotte does.

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Hi,

Used car service or group transporation like buses.

here is web address for all kindof transportation to nissan pavillian

http://www.uniteddclimo.com

202-540-9041

1877-542-6800

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8. Re: Nissan Pavilion

in future use car service orbus service

http://www.uniteddclimo.com

202-540-9041

301-760-7423

1877-542-6800

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9. Re: Nissan Pavilion

Hi -

We're going to see Jimmy Buffett at Nissan Pavilion later this week and I'm trying to find out whether they have a VIP-type parking lot that you can pay extra for and get out of quickly at the end of the concert. I've seen this in other states, but can't find anything about it at Nissan - does anyone know if they have such parking and how you buy it?

Also, I see on the Livenation website that you can buy "VIP Fast Lane" tickets that are supposed to give you easier access to your seats once you're inside (not for parking). It's a special entrance line, I guess. Only $5 each, but is this worth it?

Thanks!

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10. Re: Nissan Pavilion

Yes on VIP parking.

Read this thread

tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g60895-i2317-k2934…

If you use the search box at the top of the page and put in Nissan, you will find many threads on the topic with lots of advice.

Start there, and if you have any further questions, let us know.