We visited from London to the LG Arena to see Kings of Leon.
The tickets we had were standing, we are used to going to a lot of arenas in London but found the LG arena was very efficent at getting people into the area and issuing out wristbands. The queues for the drinks and cash points were long but thats to be expected - good prices compared to London on beverages.
There are a range of food stalls inside the arena (non branded as far as im aware) which included pizza, hot dogs, burgers and various other fast food options.
Once into the standing arena there was good atmosphere and we got quite near to the front with little issue and with plenty of room to dance/move about. It wasnt an overly massive venue so i can imagine it being good view from any seating/standing view.
The main problem i had with the LG Arena was the issue of getting out and trying to get a taxi. There is no system whatsoever and totally insane - we called a local taxi number from google and they agreed to meet us at the entrance of the crowne plaza nearby so we walked down and so many people were sitting on the grass around there and basically pouncing on cabs as soon as they pulled in! there needs to be a proper system of a taxi rank or something to get a bit more organisation.
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