This was my first trip to Nutty Jerry's. The location is "out there". I live about 30 miles away so the travel isn't a big deal. I don't think I would want to see a hugely major act there, it's just not the size or type of venue for that. Nutty Jerry's is the right size for the right acts and still gives a "concert feel". We saw BB King on 1\18\14 (I'm looking for the right place to write a review of the concert. I've seen The King several times and will always love his music, but, "the thrill is gone"), and enjoyed the concert set up.
Expect long lines for food and beverages, which is par for just about any concert I've ever attended. The "roaming" beverage girls do help, but have limited selections of beverages in their trays (by the way girls, not trying to be mean, do some situps). I think they could have 20 more beer stands and there would still be lines. The only way to ease the pain of standing in line for 23 min. for a bottled water is to BYOB. That will never happen here and I've only been to a handful of venues that allow it.
I received tickets for General Admission in the bleacher section for a Christmas present (thanks again E&H). Get in line early for good, close to the action seating. The bleachers were comfortable and roomy enough for a prolonged concert, but I would suggest paying a little more for table seats. My back is a little sore from the wooden bleacher seat. My age may attribute to this though.
Over all, our experience was good and we will be returning in the future. I watched the place being built on drive by's and definitely thought whoever was building it was " Nutty", but, I'm very glad it was.
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