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Scott Bailey from West Springfield Ma.
It was a great show , Gerry and Dewey's vocals were spot on. The musicians with them were excellent! Very glad we went, great venue as well!
Pam Williams from Detroit, Michigan
GREAT PERFORMER, VERY POOR VENUE
The performer himself was awesome! Peter Noone from Herman’s Hermits was funny, entertaining, excellent, and we thoroughly enjoyed the show, but the venue itself leaves little to be desired. First off we pulled in and it was utter chaos from the beginning! $5 to valet or $5 to self park (on the other side of the building), wow, what a deal. We decided to self park because we were early and thought we’d wait in the car for a bit. About 20 minutes before the doors were supposed to open we went in and that’s when the fun began...NOT! It was utter chaos, no one in the lobby guiding people to where we were to pick up tickets, no one trying to form a line for entrance, just tons of people pushing their way into a pretty small lobby. Eventually a line seemed to form, by no help of any staff member, and wound back and forth in the lobby, but as soon as the doors opened everyone turned and just started to rush the door. Talk about anxiety attack waiting to happen! It was crazy! Then the “will call” was just a lady standing at the doors asking names and looking in a list for the name. Wow, this could have been SO much more efficient had we been able to pick up tickets at a different window or even print them online. The line to get in was very slow, pushy, uncomfortable, and very unorganized. Once inside the showroom, we were crammed into rows of seats/tables, 10 to a table, barely able to move. My husband and I sat across from each other and our knees were touching and our plates of food didn’t even fit entirely in the table, they hung off a bit. I’m glad the show was not very long because there is no way I could have sat crammed in there like sardines like they had is. It was very uncomfortable! The food we ate was pretty good and the service wasn’t bad, but its not good enough to get me to go back there.
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