I am interested in attending the Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros concert next week at the LCP(an indoor concert). Unfortunately, I have some health issues that make concerts difficult. It is difficult to stand for hours on end and heat is an issue for me. We recently went to a concert at the Newport and got there really early, stood in line, and then got a place at the balcony. All in all it required standing for over five hours. It was absolutely worth it but wiped me out for several days afterward. Since the Edward Sharpe concert is on a Wed, I am not sure that we are able to get there so early to get an okay spot(doors open at 7). Reading about the venue, people complain about sight lines, air conditioning, and sound quality. So my question for you is: If I went, how early do you think I would have to be there? Is there a place that you might recommend to view that I won't be crowded and pushed around too much? And is an indoor concert at LCP, as in the venue itself, worth the possible health cost? I know that is the decision for me to make, but I would like input from people who have gone to an indoor concert there.
Lifestyle Communities Pavilion Indoor Concert?
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Yes you will have to stand if there is any decent sized crowd there. If you are short (like me) the place kinda sucks. Outdoor shows are much better, with the hillside to sit on.
Have you checked into wheelchair/handicap (is that term politically correct? Sorry if it isn't) accessible seating? I tried to get tickets for a friend as a gift and they would only sell two together at another venue...
I would encourage you to reach out to the venue for special accommodations.
While I've never done it at the LC, i broke my ankle in March and had tickets to shows in San Diego and LA. I contacted both venues in advance and they were super helpful in getting me seating and making sure I had a great experience at the shows.
GOOD LUCK! :)
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