From the perspective of our six year old son, this event was awesome. From the perspective of us adults, the Edwards Jones Dome is a bit disappointing. It is showing it's age in the area of technology. There are only two jumbo-tron type TV's on each end of the arena making it hard to see anything on them if you were in the middle of the stadium. The overall sound system and the weak electronic signs just scream 1990 old school stadium technology. And the bathrooms are pitiful, with not nearly enough stalls in the men's rooms for all the parents with kids who had to poop. As for the Monster Jam show itself...not bad. Seemed to be a bit badly organized though. Plus the tiny little R/C cars and the confusing ATV racing they had to fill gaps was boring and frankly lame. Could have totally done without them. After the event was over, the downtown area was a mess. Didn't see a single cop helping with traffic or any sort of attempt to help people get out of the area. It was chaos. Cars were almost running over pedestrians, several fights almost broke out, saw one guy kick the side of a car, a truck do a burnout in traffic with people all around, and crazy stuff like that. Again, didn't see a single cop or traffic control attempt. People were getting angry and road rage was evident all over! So as for the venue and St. Louis, very disappointed with how it was handled. The show itself was good. Or according to out six year old, it was AWESOME
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