Love Leonard Cohen - have seen the show at other venues, and we paid a bundle for premium seats at HP Pavilion. Seventh row on the floor, and I have never been as uncomfortable as I was crammed into a very small seat at this venue.
I've been to HP to see other shows, but not sporting events, and have sat in the sides, where at least the seats are fairly comfortable, although the view is compromised by the angle.
The fold-out floor seats, which sell for an exorbitant price ($280/ea advance tickets plus $20 parking), are way smaller than the cheapest airline seats you can imagine, worn out ( minimal cushions stained and flattened from overuse), and the rows are so close together, you feel like you're in a cage. I had to sit with my arms and shoulders pressed inward to not be pushed into the guy who was next to me (he was doing the same). People brought in food and drinks and spilled sticky liquid all over the floor. It was really bad. I felt as if I were at an underfunded elementary school recital or something.
I would never buy tickets to a show at this place again.
Leonard, as always was amazing, but it was impossible to enjoy the show here.
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