Went to see Jeff Dunham (he was fantastic) as a present from my sister. We had no problem finding parking right outside and VERY close to the entrance (we were there about 90 minutes early). Inside was very pretty while we were waiting. Only had a small merchandise booth (I would definitely change that set up) and a couple of concessions. However, most of the concessions were behind locked doors, as were ALL of the bathrooms. Really bad planning, in my opinion.
No problem getting in or finding our seats - everything was well labeled. The seats, however, were horrendous. We were in the upper tier (great for watching the show), Section 203. I'm not a big person (5' 6"), but I felt crumpled in the seat. My poor husband (6' 6") was folded up like an umbrella, with his knees in his chest and pressing against the seats in front for the entire show. The seats themselves were uncomfortable after about 30 minutes (thank heaven for a 15-minute intermission so we could stand up).
The show itself was AWESOME!!!! They (fortunately) had a large screen behind Jeff so you could see everything happening on the stage. While we were off to the right of the stage and near the front, the view was still excellent.
Next time, though, I'll see if I can't get front row seats.
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