I completely agree with everyone here to a tee. I'm from Buffalo and drove 70 miles to see Manson. I experienced the same problems as everyone above did so I'll try not to mention those and bring up other points. The problems first started with driving around for 30mins for a parking spot because the venue was not proactive enough to know the twins of evil tour had a large quantity of semi and buses that took up the parking for the guests who were forced to elsewhere, mind you i didnt mind paying for parking but all the places that nearby doing that were filled. So I had to park faraway in a sketchy neighborhood. This show was originally posted to be at the Blue Cross Arena but quickly changed to this ill equipped venue. If you look elsewhere the majority of this tour is in arenas and amphitheaters... or at least at venues that have their shit together. There are 3 entrance/exits to this venue and only 1 was being used while one was opened then shut on people as previously mentioned and the other for smokers,All this while Marilyn Manson was well into his set. I was told that it was the securities 2nd gig at the venue and they didnt have radios to communicate each other... oh im sorry I know high school volunteer av kids that use radios and the security cant? (which is somehow our fault) I was told the security couldnt arrive on time because there was no parking. When I went to complain at the box office, I told tix taker i was doing so and i was coming back and the kid turned out to be some punk that gave me attitude. Rob Zombie said that this place was too small to fit everything on stage. They were also allowing people smoke inside the venue. We should all get some what of a refund and start a petition against the venue or promoter who is behind this and for not taking proper steps of action to try to make this run smoother.
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