Let me admit up front. I am a bit biased. I have been a Crown Club member at the King Center for a few years now so I get perks that aren't generally available.
That said, I have been going to the King Center for nearly 20 years now. It is an incredible place to see a show even in the furtherest reaches of the "Grand Tier". There is truly no bad place to watch a show in this venue. You won't get big arena shows but you will get great concerts from acts that play 3,000 seat type venues. I've seen everything from bluegrass to hard rock to Broadway here.
For big shows parking can be a problem if you do not prepay for parking (or are a member at a high enough level where you getting a parking pass). You may want to arrive early for the best parking.
One thing I do not like about the King Center is the "continental seating" which does not have a center aisle. I alwasy try and stay near an aisle (when I do not get in row A which doesn't have a lot of seats in front of it) because if you end up in the center of the venue you can have to stumble across close to 30 people to get to your seat. For anything non-Broadway (which utilizes the orchestra pit), try row E which is wider and easier to traverse.
The lines for the bathrooms can get long during intermissions. There are bathrooms upstairs that most people don't seem to know about. There are also bathrooms outside the venue in other buildings (and the King Center does allow re-entry with a hand stamp.)
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