A nice venue.
Pros: Intimate, close to home, comfortable, reasonably-priced tickets, and free parking. Cookies and Juice Squeeze in the lobby.
Cons: No food or beverages other than Wells Fargo "sippy cups" allowed in the seats.
The "Dance Police" used to be a problem, but not so much anymore.
I've seen a few shows here, since moving north.
Steely Dan, David Byrne, Sly & The Family Stone, George Kahomoku Jr, Peter Frampton, B-52s, etc..
I've sat in the 4th row, the middle, the left, the right, and the last row (lower). Never had a bad seat.
Like others have said, it's like a very nice high school or college auditorum. Acoustics are good.
The Dance Police: At Steely Dan, my wife was asked to sit, because, even though we were in the last row, aisle seats, she was blocking the view of an employee who was standing near the door. Anyone else seen dancing was also told to sit. Same story at David Byrne, and even at Sly Stone. The band was asking people to get up and dance, and the ushers were telling them to sit down. It's more of a distraction than if they had just let them dance.
Now, they warn people that a particular artist may cause people to dance. :)
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