nissan pavilion advice

am heading to nissan pavilion tonight. have prepared to leave 5 hours in advance of the concert. have packed 1 gallon bag worth of food:

Patrons are now allowed to bring their own food in the venue, limited to the following guidelines:
Limited to a clear plastic 1 gallon bag
Paper and plastic products only
NO glass
NO coolers
NO metal utensils

am planning to park in premier parking:

Premier Parking announced at Nissan Pavilion!
– Available at venue on day of show only
– Limited space available
– First-come first-serve
– $20 per car, $20 per limousine
– CASH ONLY!

have tickets in the pit. have dressed appropriately for weather. have non-professional camera (which is allowed at this concert):

Non-professional cameras are allowed on specific shows determined by artist policy, please see the specific show advisory for a particular show.

am i forgetting anything? anyone have advice to keep in mind? i heard nissan is a pain in the arse to get to on the day of a friday concert, so hope to be on the road in 4 hours and counting…

3 Comments so far

  1. darpino (unregistered) on September 30th, 2005 @ 12:10 pm

    It’s even more of a pain getting out from there. I proposed to my wife at Nissan towards the end of a show there – we planned to go tell her parents afterwards – but it took us about 3 hours to get out of the parking lot!


  2. Tom Bridge (unregistered) on September 30th, 2005 @ 12:56 pm

    It’s not the going, it’s the returning. 3 hours is about what it took us to leave after a show there two summers ago. Traffic control is horrendous, and at the end of the day, there’s still only one road out of there. Be on your feet for the encore, and packed and ready to go. Either that, or bring stuff to tail gate with after the concert!


  3. webjedi (unregistered) on September 30th, 2005 @ 6:27 pm

    I’ve sworn off “concert pavillion” shows after two awful ones at Merriweather and subsequent dissatisfaction with just large venues. I usually prefer the 9:30 Club and other venues that are more intimate.

    With that said, however, I’m heading up to NYC with my wife to see day two of a two-day, two stadium rock festival. Across The Narrows.. I hope it’s worth the drive and gas prices…

    Good luck at Nissan, my wife saw Rush with some co-workers out there, and had nothing but bad things to say about it. Viva-la-Birchemere!



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