Nothing special about this venue. I like the outdoors part of it for the summer time. But it has some serious down sides.
First, parking is awful.
Second, the entrances and exits funnel down to where it becomes terrible process entering and leaving. After the show, the human traffic bogged down terribly and it took close to twenty minutes just to get out, then another 15 minutes to walk to our car. We had gone to see Tim McGraw, so the audience was excited but not unruly. I can only imagine that people probably would have bin a bit rowdier and impatient if it was a different audience--thereby making the congestion problems worse.
Third, before the sun went down, which takes a while on summer nights in Colorado, the large jumbo screen is not very visible. Although we were only sitting in the second section back, you still couldn't see the artists or the screen because of the bright sun. Our view of the opening acts, including Luke Ryan, was terrible. Lucky for us, Tim McGraw came out from the side and sang 2 songs right in the middle of the audience, just a few rows from us, before he headed down to the stage. The view here is not so good.
All in all, this is not a very good venue to see a band of any kind. I liked being outside, but that is about it.
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