This review is for Marymoor as a concert venue, as a concert venue I found Marymoor very, very poorly managed. We saw Pink Martini last night. We arrived an hour before the show was to start, we had purchased reserved tickets. I don't invest in reserved tickets so I can stand in line for more than an hour to get into the venue, they need to either have a separate entrance for reserved seating or at least open the gates a minimum of two hours before the show to avoid the ridiculous log jam that resulted from opening the gates only an hour before the show was supposed to start and then putting everyone into the same line. We finally got in just before the show was starting, however, then there were also terribly long lines for food and beverage to contend with. The food trucks are a nice idea, but they are way too slow when you are only allowing an hour of open gate time prior to the show starting. Four food trucks were the only option for food. We then missed the first 5 - 6 numbers of the show waiting in line for food and drinks. Ultimately we spent more time waiting in lines than we spent actually watching Pink Martini, the show was incredibly short from my perspective, but that is another issue. My recommendation for those that have reserved seats, expect to wait in line to get in, there is not much benefit to coming early, bring your own food and go straight to your seats when you finally manage to get into the park, run to grab a beverage after the show starts. We saw a show at Chateau Ste Michelle on Friday night, they open the gates two hours prior to show time and this alone made a HUGE difference! We were able to enter, grab food and wine and get to our seats EASILY prior to the start of the show, which unlike Pink Martini was also able to start on time.