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The Complex

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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Nov 2018
We went to see Danzig at The Complex. I don't go to concerts much anymore, but this was one I couldn't miss so we decided to go. There are several separate large rooms in the venue so that different events can be held. The main room that you enter has a snack bar and the restrooms. The snack bar was nice because you could get a soda, popcorn, pizza, etc. I was driving so I couldn't drink, so I was appreciative of being able to easily order a soda. I didn't use the restrooms, but my wife said they were fine. The merchandise booth was set up in a separate room, which was nice because it was lit up and away from the music so you could have a conversation with the attendant without yelling. The room with the stage had two large screens on either side of the stage, but they were just for advertising upcoming shows. The opening bands were really loud and I had to use earplugs, but you could easily retreat to another room if you needed to. Danzig sounded great without needing earplugs. There's really nowhere to sit at all and that is the main downside to this place. We were able to see the band just fine from pretty much anywhere in the room. The security staff seemed polite and professional. We received a quick wand search at the door, nothing too excessive. I did find parking difficult. There are a bunch of tempting parking spots along the street where the venue is, next to seemingly vacant buildings, but there are sparsely posted no parking signs that you have to watch out for. I saw a bunch of vehicles with parking tickets. We drove around a few blocks and finally decided to just pay $10 at a pay lot about a block away because we were missing the show and wanted to get in. If you go, you may want to leave some extra time to find parking. The Gateway parking lots would probably be a good option, but it's unlikely you're gonna park for free so be prepared for that. All in all a good place for a show; if there's ever another show there that I can't live without I'm sure I won't hesitate to go back.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Aug 2018
I attended the show yesterday with my 7 y.o niece for her first concert. A security worker by the name of Jonathan was working stage left and thoroughly ruined the experience for her. I have a spinal injury and was unable to hold her on my shoulders. During the last show I politely asked other concert goers one by one if we could squeeze in near stage left so she could see, who all agreed without issue. Jonathan accused me of shoving people, witch I obviously was not, since I can barely walk, and when I tried explaining I wasn't and I only wanted my niece to be able to see the show, before being able to complete any sentences was replied to with, "I don't give a fxck. Leave." I understand the stressed of security, I've worked it before. But that kind of instant hostility and rudeness was not needed. And if Jonathan had actually been doing his job, he would have, or probably did see, I shoved no one. My niece no longer wanted to see the show, and cried outside for the remainder of it being frightened by his approach. At the very least I think Jonathan could use a talking to and attitude check, before he continues to keep causing more problems then he's solves. Thanks.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Aug 2018
I came to this venue for the first (and hopefully not only) time when Bad Suns and From Indian Lakes made a stop here on the Heartbreaker Tour. The wait outside is a bit ridiculous. They let us in kinda late compared to when doors were supposed to be opened. We were in The Grand Room. We wanted to go upstairs and just hangout and enjoy the show from the balcony. We stayed there for From Indian Lakes but after they finished their set, we made our way to the floor (couldn’t stand how rude the people in the balcony were being). We were in the back for Bad Suns. We had a great view and danced our socks off! I love how they have two “viewing docks” in the back so you can have a better view if you’re stuck back. The sound system is ok. Left my ears ringing afterwards. The restrooms were huge and clean! I was impressed! Overall, I would come back here if a favorite band of mine makes a stop!
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Date of experience: September 2017
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Feb 2018
We took our kids to see a Walk the Moon concert and were sadly disappointed in The Complex. While there were no lines to get in, a coat check and ear plugs sold at the snack bar, the venue was terrible for our kids and anyone who is short. You couldn't see the band at all. While they had screens off to the side of the stage, they were not turned on during the musical act. No seating for several hours was hard for the kids. Would be nicer if they had some sort of balcony or elevated areas along the sides of the venue. We ended up leaving shortly after the band started.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Oct 2017
Visited The Complex to see LANY with my daughter and her friend. This venue consists of four separate sections that can accommodate different activities & concerts. The common areas are large and the restrooms are clean. There's a snack bar with reasonable prices, a separate full service bar and a beer garden within the concert area. If the sound is too loud for you, there are areas to move to for relief. There is plenty of nearby parking options nearby, ranging from free to garaged. The only "complaint" I would have is that you have to stand the entire time. There are some VIP seating available if you grab those early.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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