Been going here since 2001 and was here many times this past summer concert season. Most concert venues are a cookie cutter venue from city to city. This venue is surrounded by tall pine trees and a creek. The bridge you cross after entering is great as you look down at the creek way below. The lawn is rather small (especially for sold out shows) and doesn't have the best sightlines but I typically sit inside anyways which is a real treat. There's not a bad seat inside as it's a pretty small seating area especially since 1/3 of the seats are in the balcony which is a great view. As well, sound quality is top notch. The concession area keeps getting better with more relaxed beer sales and good yet standard food options. I personally like the the tent for Esperanto's which has great food. There is a bathroom area by the concession area but tends to always be packed. If you're sitting inside, there is a bathroom area down to the left and if you are on the lawn head back to the very back of the lawn in a large building called the Hall of Springs. Staff here is great as well, very friendly and super helpful. I love this place and plan to keep coming back year in, year out.
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