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Champions Square

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Champions Square

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Trevor Farris wrote a review Sep 2019
Ball, Louisiana29 contributions29 helpful votes
I have seen about 10 concerts here now. I really enjoy this setting. The band gets to jam with an awesome view of the Superdome.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Sheree P wrote a review Jan 2019
Keithville, Louisiana22 contributions22 helpful votes
My husband and I went here prior to a Saints game. So glad we did. They had a band playing, plenty of food and drink vendors. No where outside to really sit but inside it did. Bathrooms were clean. Free to get in prior to games. Will definitely be going back here.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Debbie M wrote a review Dec 2018
Fort Walton Beach, Florida180 contributions73 helpful votes
In addition to the "reserved seats" being on a flat surface, seats are uncomfortable folding chairs connected together. Lord help you if you sitting next to a large person, there's no room to move and rows are so close together its impossible not to step on toes or rub against the person you are passing if you have to walk in front of anyone. Half the large screen was out during the show, luckily a short couple was standing in front of me otherwise I wouldn't gave been able to see anything. Might as well save some money and get general admission floor seats. And ladies, plan for a long wait if you have to use the restroom. Only 2 sets of bathrooms with 7 stalls in each. The line is long and slow. No food service and drinks must be poured into a plastic cup if.you are in reserved seating or floor by the stage.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Riggadeaux wrote a review Aug 2018
Jackson, Louisiana4 contributions
In Row 17, you'd think you will be able to see the stage. Not really. The floor is flat so the people in row 16 better be really short or you spend all your time peeking around their heads. The stage needs to be another 5' higher or the floor needs to have an angle. Our show had performers you wanted to see and we couldn't. When the tall people in front of us left, it was great!! Wish we had bought cheap seats on the stairs in the back and brought binoculars.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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tyler j wrote a review Aug 2018
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Bought Evanescence tickets for 300 bucks. Section B row 4.... very misleading pictures of the seats... never going to another show here
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Date of experience: August 2018
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