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Vernon Cox June 1, 2014 at 10:55 am
We stopped going to Gillette Stadium because of obnoxious party behavior it was wild at our last NewRead More England Country Festival with Kenny in 2008. Last night we saw a great concert! However all though it was an older crowd, the Beer stations open areas , and bath rooms were still loaded with 20 somethings there to hook up and party not listen to a concert. My wife had beer spilled down her back, was kicked by a drunken girl putting her feet on the chairs, and for Foxboro it was tame. It was noticeable that the Staff were making an effort. But as long as the drinking age at concerts is 21 you will find the 21-30 crowd there for the party. I think we older folks will go to inside venues or the Bangor Waterfront Concerts for a good time in the future. Thanks for the effort we appreciate that you tried.
Drivers going down Route 140 South on Saturday experienced heavy traffic.
J Lawrence August 28, 2013 at 01:44 pm
Tailgating is fine... Ban the Alcohol. Why do so many people need to get drunk & and high onRead More drugs before a sporting event or concert. There is nothing worse then being an attendee, and having someone pee& vomit on you. Or spill a few beers on you while seated. Nothing worse then a drunk at a public event! The only reason people tailgate is to party. have you read some of the articles that were printed. The contests on who can drink the fastest and the most. As far as the Comcast center is concerned, ... they have a hard enough time controlling 15,000 (est.) It is out of control.
Steve August 29, 2013 at 11:31 am
Tailgating IS fine and so is having a few beers with your tailgate. The problem you (J) areRead More describing is not what 99% of the responsible tailgaters are doing. They charge $40 to park, there is absolutly no reason they cannot hire more security personal to "police" the parking lots to keep rowdy behavior to a minimum. Taking away peoples libertys due to the poor behavior of a small minority is not the correct way to go.
Chris A August 29, 2013 at 11:52 am
I totally agree Steve. I have not noticed the parking lot at Gillette (at least across street) beingRead More patrolled the same way the Comcast Center does.
Randi Thompson August 23, 2013 at 08:17 am
If Gillette wants to host an event, they should host the ENTIRE event. Which means they should openRead More the parking lots early enough so as to NOT impede traffic to this and every other neighboring town. Last year, side streets at least 4 miles away from the stadium were backed up for hours before the concert and residents inside that bubble became unlikely hosts and their lawns became impromptu toilets. I thought they would have learned from the fiasco last year, but it seems like the same plan is in place for this year.
Chris A August 24, 2013 at 11:10 pm
How does Bon Jovi get an 11pm curfew with all these potential fines attached but Kenny Chesney canRead More play well past that? I could really care less if they play past 11pm but why do the country artists seem to play later and louder than the rock groups like AC/DC or Bon Jovi.
concerned citizen August 24, 2013 at 12:20 am
Be careful. Don't even think about causing trouble . Last year alone they doubled arrests,from theRead More year before, This year I expect them to double that number. Remember the Patriot Act. 4 hours of guaranteed Court overtime for every civil servant involved in an arrest. I don't want to pay that.
Chris A July 20, 2013 at 05:15 pm
They're going to 'measure' the sound at 11:15pm? Really? Why bother to let them play until midnightRead More and do all this non-sense then?
Chris A July 20, 2013 at 11:33 pm
I was there tonight. Lame! A rock concert doesn't sound right if not loud. Gillette's one of theRead More worst places to see a show. But they have no problem letting U2 or Bruce Springsteen turn it up loud. Lame!
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