I went to this venue for a concert over the summer to see The Lumineers. My sister and I won tickets to meet them backstage before the concert. We were escorted to the location which was right outside portapotties. The staff said no personal pictures (with phones and such) except for what the professional staff took. They also said we could not get autographs. Ok, that's a damper because how often do you get to meet an awesome band like this, right? But I won't hold that against the venue as it may have been the artists' request. However, when we were done meeting them, the staff made us actually leave the facility and go back outside. We were unable to stay inside and find our seats. As we were walking out, I asked if I could at least use the restroom and they seem reluctant, but allowed it. We then had to go back outside and wait. Once we were inside (again), there were a variety of beer and food vendors offering high-priced options. (I expected the high prices because that's how it always is at concerts) I did not like how the stadium was set up. There is an inside area that has a cover where you can actually see the performers. The rest of the people sitting in the grassy hill behind have extremely restricted viewing. There is no way they can see the performers because of the way the building is built and the covering blocks most of the view. There are tvs set up to allow a view, but you might as well be at home watching it on tv if that's the case. I was highly disappointed in this venue and if I have a choice, I will go to another concert stadium in the future. It wasn't THAT bad, but it definitely wasn't my favorite concert venue. Also, note that the bathroom facilities are the same as normal concert venues with thousands of people using them: nasty.
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