We went to see Darlene Love on Saturday night. They had obviously sold more tickets than they could cope with. We had purchased our tickets some time in advance but when we arrived had to wait in line. When we did get in, the only table we could find was upstairs in a very dark corner with absolutely no view of the stage. Whilst waiting for the artist to perform we ordered dinner, which was finally delivered two hours later. The artist arrived late on stage and performed for under one hour with no encore. It is only a small, intimate venue but, they should not have sold more tickets than they could cope with, the waitress told us that most of the order tickets in the kitchen were not even on the board and in a pile waiting to be organised. The reality is, they knew how many tickets they had sold so they should have been prepared, that is their business, and you should not sell tickets for a show when the audience has absolutely no chance of watching it. I have been to many venues where, when you buy a ticket, they say that this seat has a restricted view, but this was not mentioned. Would never go again.
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