I had read all the reviews of the Comcast (here & on Yelp) before going to see The Black Keys so was expecting & prepared for the worst in terms of traffic, parking, crowds, food, staff, acoustics, etc. We ended up having a great time so expectations are pretty important to how you feel about Comcast. Going there is a lot like going to a Patriot's game at Foxboro, which is also inaccessible and expensive but worth it if you want to see the Pats play. If you go to Comcast with the potential problems in mind, you'll probably really enjoy it. We got there early, paid for VIP parking, had reserved seats, brought plenty of money to purchase expensive food & drink at the venue, & waited around after the show for the parking lot to clear some. The result was a long but very pleasant evening with a great show. I'm sure crowd quality varies dramatically depending on who is performing. The Black Keys crowd was friendly, not wasted or out of control en mass, and the staff were pretty friendly too (the type of crowd probably affects how they react to you). [The same thing happens at Patriot games; if the team rivalry is intense, the crowd can be uglier and how much drunken rowdiness you encounter varies according to where you sit]. One perk I particularly liked at Comcast was being able to buy a bottle of wine to take to our seats which made it unnecessary to keep getting up for refills. Getting out of the parking lots & to the highway entrance was pretty easy and quick as well once some of the traffic had cleared. In all we had a very good experience at Comcast and would go back there to see certain bands.
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