My husband and I saw Cirque here and really enjoyed it. The building itself is very beautiful, especially at night when it is all lit up. There are plenty of bathrooms, which seemed to be clean and kept. We sat in the regular seats but did notice that floor seats, at least for our event, were just folding chairs. I think I'd prefer the more comfy ones so I'll definitely remember that for future events. The only thing we didn't like is that there were a number of kids floating around the arena, sitting in different seats as they pleased. We brought our concerns to one of the women working in our area and she didn't really do anything about it because the kids were back up to their antics, talking really loud and taking pictures with their cell phones in the middle of the show (and for Cirque, you want to be focused on the show, not kids around you). It did take away from our experience and we were pretty upset that no one would remove them even though the seats clearly were not theirs. We didn't have any trouble with parking. As with any large venue, the food variety offered inside is just ok, but it's what you would expect. Of course, the food prices are what you would expect from a large arena as well. Ticket prices are a little high. We were disappointed to hear a couple talking about how they got their seats in the same section as us for only $25 (we paid $80 each). I have noticed that they offer a lot of deals, especially for the military in the area, and as a military family, we do appreciate that, but often the seats in a "deal section" are less preferable. We feel lucky to have this venue in our area, but there are definitely improvements that could be made for the sake of the customer.