I've seen a number of shows at this arena, which has constantly changing names. (Now it's the Royal Farms Arena). While it's an older facility and could use some renovations, it's still a great place to see a show because it's not a gigantic venue. The sound quality is very good, though not phenomenal. There are lots of seats within a reasonable distance of the stage. If you get one of these, or are on the floor, you feel an intimacy with the performer (s) you don't often get in vast venues such as the Verizon Center in DC. Concessions are also a little old school, but fine, except the wine (Barefoot) which is horrendous. Give wine drinkers some choice. One MAJOR plus: without exception we have always found the vendor servers to be pleasant, friendly and extremely efficient handling large lines.