About the Seats
website says nothing about what they mean by lawn 12, row 159, seat 56 and 57. I was on crutches with arthritis and a broken foot, and my friend just had a hip replacement. We paid twice the price plus, because we thought we were getting 'seats'
hold on don't call buyer beware because I read the website thoroughly trying to find out what was the difference between this $36 'seat' and the 15.00 general admission to the lawn. No info whatsoever, so I emailed the venue. No one EVER answered the email.
Not only that, but when we asked about handicap accessible we were SHOWN section 43 (Lawn=handicapped!) but were Not Actually ALLOWED IN! "If it doesn't fill up we'll let you in." Meanwhile, a man on crutches shows up, he is let in immediately followed by his 9 friends. Nine able=bodied friends got seats, we had to stand there 45 minutes. When finally allowed in, given much grief by the surly gatekeeper, we asked around. No one did anything special to get into 43, they just showed up and were let in. Did Surly Gatekeeper think I was faking a broken foot and crutches just to get in the handicapped area? What about my friend with the bad limp and the cane, think she faked a hip replacement??? wanna see our scars? Well, we're told, just show your handicapped swing tag. Excuse me, if they gave those for a broken foot would it not be in the car??? AND - when I went to the restroom then tried to get back to 43, another surly gatekeeper would not let me back in, because my ticket, although twice the price plus of a LAWN ticket, said Lawn so I could not GO back to handicapped. Helloooooooooooooooo= 43 is 'Lawn Handicapped' = lawn. Such a miserable experience!
The only people who gave a rat's a$$ were the staff who directed us to golf carts so we could be taken partway back to the car. They were kind, compassionate, and much appreciated....More
- visiting team fans
- climbing stairs is difficult