We visited here over a month ago specifically to see one of our country favorites, Dwight Yoakam in concert and spent the whole weekend coming and going and it was not worth it, much less the expense. Mr. Yoakam didn't take the stage untile 35 minutes late without any comment or explanation and the seats, despite the diagram showing seating in tiers (priced accordingly) were jammed together all on the same floor level. I was not happy about this; I take a lot of care in choosing concert seats. I had driven for over 81/2 hours in horrendous traffic, including two major highway stops for no reason, and was very stiff and sore by the time we found the casino property and made our way all the way to the top level where the concert room was. We paid the ridiculous $8 for a dixie cup of wine and $7 for a bottle of domestic beer just to try to relax a little. I was too sore to sit in their seat and be jostled by the man's elbow in my side so I tried to stand against the wall and enjoy some of the evening. I was approached by one, then another stern woman who yelled at me "no pictures" and "go sit down" over the loud music and generally treated me like a stupid, misbehaving little child. Dwight was not great that night and with the overpriced drinks, cramped seating arrangement and terrible traffic delays around there, this was totally not worth it. There are plenty of folks who hang around casinos all night for whatever reason, but I am not a fan of the blasting music, loud slots clanging constantly, and unnecessarily long lines outside every food venue and bar. They can have it!
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