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I don't like leaving negative reviews being in marketing and working to help businesses thrive but the owners courtesy wrest point bus casino need to seriously have a meeting with their team about how they treat people.
I paid good money and drove over an hour for a comedy show, on my way in with my wife a bouncer whispered a comment to the young lady taking tickets she then repeated to me that was very insulting while he stood there laughing, comment was about physical appearance, I'll leave at that but I don't think insulting and embarrassing your customers on their looks while we enter your establishment is a wise business model.
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This used to be a great place back in the 80s and 90s but the past 5 years or so it's gone downhill.
I get the feeling that it's under new management.
After reading all the negative reviews, I felt I had to post my positive review.
My husband and I are concert goers.
We go all over New England, NY and even go out to Red Rocks from time to time.
We have seen hundreds of concerts in the last 10 years or so.
We have seen many concerts at Hampton Beach as well, and we always enjoy hampton nh casino concerts time.
We have been to seated shows like tonight's Boz Scaggs as well as general admission where everyone is on the floor.
We always enjoy this place.
It's not what I would call a top tier venue, but it's really good for the area and It's easier to get to than the big city.
Parking is easier than most local venues too.
It's just cheaper to park than most places with lots of space, and in general, just a more laid back experience.
The concession stands offer enough of a choice and the personnel has always been friendly and accommodating.
My only complaint is there seems to be an insufficient amount of bathrooms when the place is packed for a super popular concert.
Other than that, we have never had a bad experience and we were just saying tonight how easy it is to go to a concert here compared to say anywhere else in southern NH and MA.
Will always come here if there is a good show.
I have been to this venue many, many times.
Always had a great experience.
It's not the same at all.
I believe it's under different ownership.
The staff is not friendly.
I tripped and fell down unlit stairs and took a hard fall.
Not one staff member asked if I was ok.
The owner is nearly impossible to get in touch with.
The website lists one phone for the box office, no customer service or email.
They claim because the website was hacked.
Eddie Money was fantastic but not the total experience.
Extremely dissatisfied, not only with the venue but with management.
I tried to deal with the Casino by email but they decided to stop responding.
Be very careful if you choose this venue to see an artist.
Seated options in particular.
I followed the chart.
Selected what I thought would be good seats in the middle of a section.
When I arrived I found out we were the first row on an isle.
All night people continued to walk by.
It was like watching the show through a slow strobe.
Asked to be moved, asked to speak to management, asked for a refund.
This venue does not care about the customer experience.
They only care about keeping your money.
I will never return to this place.
There are plenty of other venues to see live music.
Honestly, after reading all the negative reviews I was a little nervous about what we would find.
However, we were pleasantly surprised.
We went to a seated event- not general admission- and really enjoyed ourselves.
Staff was very courteous and welcoming.
At seated events you can get 2 drinks when ordering not offered during General Admission shows.
There were lots of bars and no waiting.
There was also staff who would serve to the seats.
Some seats have cup holders- but they are really only useful if you are a small person- and seats could be just a tad wider.
We moved to seats without them and were much more comfortable.
We had great views map orlando casinos the stage from both locations.
We were especially happy that there was enough space between rows that people could get in and out of the row without everyone else having to get out of their seats to let them pass.
We hampton nh casino concerts no issues with anything- the show sounded great and we had a terrific time.
I'd definitely do a seated show again.
This isn't a concert hall.
It's a hot yoga studio that serves beer.
Knew I wouldn't have to worry about missing a song to go to the bathroom as I was sweating it all out.
Only this place could make me give one star while watching Tesla.
I thought Jeff Keith was going to melt into the stage before the end of the show.
The fans and the band were all suffering through the show.
I even saw an EMT show up for what I would guess craps standard size casino dice someone suffering with heatstroke.
The main area has four ceiling fans.
This area alone has to have 1,500 people or more in it easily, if it's sold out holds 2,200 overall.
It's a great place to see a show.
It's the only place in the area that can draw top entertainment as they have good capacity.
They know this, so if they are already drawing the talent and getting sellouts why do anything to help with the heat?
Not asking for AC, but more fans.
Ceiling fans, circulating fans, exhaust fans.
Still hampton nh casino concerts more tix through the summer so I will hydrate, wear shorts and go in after the opening acts.
For future shows I'll travel to Boston or one of the casinos to watch a band in comfort.
This review does not take Tesla's performance into account.
They are always great!
A great venue for great music!
Sadly, I must share a terrible experience.
My wife and I were about 30 minutes into a show, each of us barely halfway through our drinks.
Upon her returning from the restroom to our seats, she was accosted by two security personnel.
Their Hands placed on her back and flashlights in her face.
They asked if she was alright because she was stumbling to and from the restroom.
After explaining to them that she has mild cerebral palsy she was then asked if she was "on anything" other than alcohol.
My wife, always civil and politeassertively and calmly said no.
I find it appalling and embarrassing that among the MANY already drunk patrons, a belligerently drunk woman in the ladies room, the smell of marijuana rampant in the theater, that a limp prompted two over zealous security guards to violate my wife's civil rights.
If they can't tell the difference between drunk and a limp, then they should not be working in this occupation.
I do hope the establishment reads this and thinks twice about who they hire and their how comprehensive their training is.
Good place to see a show.
Lots of history including Duke Ellington and U2.
Not sure how people score the VIP box seats.
Otherwise it's general admission.
Sound is good, but the beer line is awful; Around 20 min long before show.
They need someone selling bud lights of of a cooler to speed things up.
Have been going to the Casino for years.
Last nights Beach Boy concert may have been my last.
The seats were set up so all I could see were the people walking in the aisle.
I purchased best available tickets early on day one of sale.
If I wanted to watch the asses of people walking by, I could have stayed outside and saved the aggravation.
Have you ever considered once the show starts of restricting this constant traffic during a concert.
In any event, it was an extremely disappointing evening.
Lastly, as for Ticketmaster, you are frauds.
Best available shouldn't be section 2r.
I can and will spend my money elsewhere!
Great place for a concert.
Reasonable ticket prices and great sound.
They have a snack bar with pizza etc which is nice and a couple of bars.
This is EXACTLY what I got and especially true with an aging Kenny Rogers where he had to sit through the entire concert right in one spot where the pole was for my view.
If Kenny had moved around to different parts of the stage it would of been a better experience for me.
His duet partner did.
I saw more of her than him.
It was quite disappointing.
Fortunately my wife was was able to enjoy the entire show as she sat across from me moving the pole out of her view and captured highlights from her phone.
I'll watch the concert online with the rest of her FB friends later on!
The bar areas and standing room only was excessively busy and VERY NOISY that several of us in our section was getting annoyed.
The one bright spot is that our waitress serving drinks was very friendly and attentive and she had a big crowd to sponsor.
If you sit in that high top area and need to get out to use the facilities be warned it is very packed.
I would probably watch a concert here again but only in the center stages.
BTW - Kenny Rogers was great!
The concert was 90 minutes long and had a beautiful and talented side kick that sang the duets with.
Very unique place for a concert!
Lots of history, going back to 1899, though the first performer they profile, as significant to the Ballroom's timeline, is Duke Ellington in 1936.
Not sure if the hardwood floors are original, but they, as does the rest of the ballroom, scream vintage So does the sticky beer residue on said floors.
Love the old brass lighting, particularly the massive chandelier over the stairway.
Entrance is on the lower level, next to the casino and arcade; the ballroom is on the second story, so be prepared to climb stairs.
I didn't see an elevator for wheelchair accessibility, but according to the FAQs a staff member will escort attendees to the elevator to get up to the Ballroom.
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Staff were very friendly and the wand master even cracked a couple jokes.
Lightens the moment when he's getting up close and personal.
Once inside, it's a big, dark, cavernous space seating about 1,800 people, with support pillars creating slightly obstructed views for some people in the back rows I suspect there was a viewing balcony in prior times.
Stage is about midway down on the right side, with a souvenir kiosk and washrooms flanking it.
Looking backward on the left of the stair wall is a food counter, featuring Sal's Pizza.
Then along the left side of the room is the bar.
Beyond the bar, farthest back from the stage, is table seating on a raised platform.
Not too uncomfortable, though we spent most of our time on our feet, along with the boisterous standing-room-only crowd to our immediate right we were at the end of Row OO.
Several beers landed on the floor, which everyone walked through, before a staff member came along with a bucket and mop.
And being at the end of the row, we nearly using paypal casino mobile splattered a couple of times.
On this occasion we were going to see one of our favorite groups, Barenaked Ladies.
Opening act was soloist, Gary Jules.
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Seems fans have outgrown the tradition of tossing dry Kraft Dinner noodles during "If I Had a Million Dollars".
Glad I didn't bring any.
I can see another concert here in our future.
For some reason they refuse to turn off the overhead lights on those seats.
Great venue for the concert we attended.
Great staff and security.
We enjoyed the experience and are glad we came from out of town to attend.
Great Venue I love the whole setup.
Dark lighting, old school playhouse atmosphere.
Great sound and intimacy.
Comfortable seating with waitstaff, easy access to the bar.
Very affordable drink prices.
One of the best venues to watch a show in New England.
Tip: Don't buy the expensive tickets, you don't need them.
You may not want to sit down at all and you can stand about 30 feet away from the stage and see everything perfectly.
Enjoy, thanks Unknowledgeable security staff member patrols the venue.
My mom and I were kicked out of the venue, we are both over the age of 21 and were kicked out because this one security guard accused us of being underaged.
He refused to check or license.
We were wearing the required yellow bracelets and he still accused us of drinking underage.
Don't visit this venue until this staff member is no longer working at this location.
I know many people who visit this venue, I will be sure they no longer attend concerts here.
This place was the worst place I've ever been for an event.
Went to see Ron White couldn't hear one thing he said everything was blurred and the seats are disgusting never go there for a comedy show ever again.
I gave one star because it wouldn't let me give it none.
I don't like leaving negative reviews being in marketing and working to help businesses thrive but the owners here need to seriously have a meeting with their team about how they treat people.
I paid good money and drove over an hour for a comedy show, on my way in with my wife a bouncer whispered a comment to the young lady taking tickets she then repeated to me that was very insulting while he stood there laughing, comment was about physical appearance, I'll leave at that but I don't think insulting and embarrassing your customers on their looks while we enter your establishment is a wise business model.
I encourage everyone to spend their time and money elsewhere.
This used to be a great place back in the 80s and 90s but the past 5 years or so it's gone downhill.
I get the feeling that it's under new management.
After reading all the negative reviews, I felt I had to post my positive review.
My husband and I are concert goers.
We go all over New England, NY and even go out to Red Rocks from time to time.
We have seen hundreds of concerts in the last 10 years or so.
We have seen many concerts at Hampton Beach as well, and we always enjoy valley view casino room deals time.
We have been to seated shows like tonight's Boz Scaggs as well as general admission where everyone is on the floor.
We always enjoy this place.
It's not what I would call a top tier venue, but it's really good for the area and It's easier to get to than the big city.
Parking is easier than most local venues too.
It's just cheaper to park than most places with lots of space, and in general, just a more laid back experience.
The concession stands offer enough of a choice and the personnel has always been friendly and accommodating.
My only complaint is there seems to be an insufficient amount of bathrooms when the place is packed for a super popular concert.
Other than that, we have never had a bad clams mixtape soundcloud and we were just saying tonight how easy it is to go to a concert here compared to say anywhere else in southern NH and MA.
Will always come here if there is a good show.
I have been to this venue many, many times.
Always had a great experience.
It's not the same at all.
I believe it's under different ownership.
The staff is not friendly.
I tripped and fell down unlit stairs and took a hard fall.
Not one staff member asked if I was ok.
The owner is nearly impossible to get in touch with.
The website lists one phone for the box office, no customer service or email.
They claim because the website was hacked.
Eddie Money was fantastic but not the total experience.
I have been to this venue many, many times.
Always had a great experience.
It's not the same at all.
I believe it's under different ownership.
The staff is not friendly.
And it wasn't clean inside.
I tripped and fell down unlit stairs and took a hard fall.
Not one staff member asked if I was ok.
The owner is nearly impossible to get in touch with.
He's actually not the owner but director of operations and says he's the owner.
The website lists one phone number for the box office, no customer service or email.
If you do call be prepared to wait on hold for about 10 minutes.
They claim because the website was hacked.
Eddie Money was fantastic but not the total experience.
Bought a Casino Ballroom Hoodie before I fell.
Extremely dissatisfied, not only with the venue but with management.
I tried to deal with the Casino by email but they decided to stop responding.
Be very careful if you choose this venue to see an artist.
Seated options in particular.
I followed the chart.
Selected what I thought would be good seats in the middle of a section.
When I arrived I found out we were the first row on an isle.
All night people continued to walk by.
It was like watching the show through a slow strobe.
Asked to be moved, asked to speak to management, asked for a refund.
This venue does not care about the customer experience.
They only care about keeping your money.
I will never return to this place.
There are plenty of other venues to see live music.
Honestly, after reading all the negative reviews I was a little nervous about what we would find.
However, we were pleasantly surprised.
We went to a seated event- not general admission- and really enjoyed ourselves.
Staff was very courteous and welcoming.
At seated events you can get 2 drinks when ordering not offered during General Admission shows.
There were lots of bars and no waiting.
There was also staff who would serve to the seats.
Some seats have cup holders- but they are really only useful if you are a small person- and seats could be just a tad wider.
We moved to seats without them and were much more comfortable.
We had great views of the stage from both locations.
We were especially happy that there was enough space between rows that people could get in and out of the row without everyone else having to get out of their seats to let them pass.
We had no issues with anything- the show sounded great and we had a terrific time.
I'd definitely do a seated show again.
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It's a hot yoga studio that serves beer.
Knew I wouldn't have to worry about missing a song to go to the bathroom as I was sweating it all out.
Only this place could make me give one star source watching Tesla.
I thought Jeff Keith was going to melt into the stage before the end of the show.
The fans and the band were all suffering through the show.
I even saw an EMT show up for what I would guess was someone suffering with heatstroke.
The main area has four ceiling fans.
This area alone has to have 1,500 people or more in it easily, if it's sold out holds 2,200 overall.
It's a great place to see a show.
It's the only place in the area that can draw top entertainment as they have good capacity.
They know this, so if they are already drawing the talent and getting sellouts why do anything to help with the heat?
Not asking for AC, but more fans.
Ceiling fans, circulating fans, exhaust fans.
Still have more tix through the summer so Hampton nh casino concerts will hydrate, wear shorts and go in after the opening acts.
For future shows I'll travel to Boston or one of the casinos to watch a band in comfort.
This review does not take Tesla's performance into account.
They are always great!
A great venue for great music!
Sadly, I must share a terrible experience.
My wife and I were about 30 minutes into a show, each of us barely halfway through our drinks.
Upon her returning from the restroom to our seats, she was accosted by two security personnel.
Their Hands placed on her back and flashlights in her face.
They asked if she was alright because she was stumbling to and from the restroom.
After explaining to them that she has mild cerebral palsy she was then asked if she was "on anything" other than alcohol.
My wife, always civil and politeassertively and calmly said no.
I find it appalling and embarrassing that among the MANY already drunk patrons, a belligerently drunk woman in the ladies room, the smell of marijuana rampant in the theater, that a limp prompted two over zealous security guards to violate my wife's civil rights.
If they can't tell the difference between drunk and a limp, then they should not be working in this occupation.
I do hope the establishment reads this and thinks twice about who they hire and their how comprehensive their training is.
Good place to see a show.
Lots of history including Duke Ellington and U2.
Not sure how people score the VIP box seats.
Otherwise it's general admission.
Sound is good, but the beer line is awful; Around 20 min long before show.
They need someone selling bud lights of of a cooler to speed things up.
Have been going to the Casino for years.
Last nights Beach Boy concert may have been my last.
The seats were set up so all I could see were the people walking in the aisle.
I purchased best available tickets early on day one of sale.
If I wanted to watch the asses of people walking by, I could have stayed outside and saved the aggravation.
Have you ever considered once the show starts of restricting this constant traffic during a concert.
In any event, it was an extremely disappointing evening.
Lastly, as for Ticketmaster, you are frauds.
Best available shouldn't be section 2r.
I can and will spend my money elsewhere!
Great place for a concert.
Reasonable ticket prices and great sound.
They have a snack bar with pizza etc which is nice and a couple of bars.
This is EXACTLY what I got and especially true with an aging Kenny Rogers where he had to sit through the entire concert right in one spot where the pole was for my view.
If Kenny had moved around to different parts of the stage it would of been a better experience for me.
His duet partner did.
I saw more of her than him.
It was quite disappointing.
Fortunately my wife was was able to enjoy the entire show as she sat across from me moving the pole out of her view and captured highlights from her phone.
I'll watch the concert online with the rest of her FB friends later on!
The bar areas and standing room only was excessively busy and VERY NOISY that several of us in our section was getting annoyed.
The one bright spot is that our waitress serving drinks was very friendly and attentive and she had a big crowd to sponsor.
If you sit in that high top area and need to get out to use the facilities be warned it is very packed.
I would probably watch a concert here again but only in the center stages.
BTW - Kenny Rogers was great!
The concert was 90 minutes long and had a beautiful and talented side kick that sang the duets with.
Very unique place for a concert!
Lots of history, going back to 1899, though the first performer they profile, as significant to the Ballroom's timeline, is Duke Ellington in 1936.
Not sure if the hardwood floors are original, but they, as does the rest of the ballroom, scream vintage So does the sticky beer residue on said floors.
Love the old brass lighting, particularly the massive chandelier over the stairway.
read more is on the lower level, next to the casino and arcade; the ballroom is on the second story, so be prepared to climb stairs.
I didn't see an elevator for wheelchair accessibility, but according to the FAQs a staff member will escort attendees to the elevator to get up to the Ballroom.
Wand security before reaching the stairs, empty pockets.
You are told to have ID ready, along with your tickets, as liquor is served.
Wristbands applied one alcoholic beverage per wristband - not surprisingly, that didn't prevent people from overimbibing and tickets scanned at the top of the stairs.
Staff were very friendly and the wand master even cracked a couple jokes.
Lightens the moment when he's getting up close and personal.
Once inside, it's a big, dark, cavernous space seating about 1,800 people, with support pillars creating slightly obstructed views for some people in the back rows I suspect there was a viewing balcony in prior times.
Stage is about midway down on the right side, with a souvenir kiosk and washrooms flanking it.
Looking backward on the left of the stair wall is a food counter, featuring Sal's Pizza.
Then along the left side of the room is the bar.
Beyond the bar, farthest back from the stage, is table seating on a raised platform.
Not too uncomfortable, though we spent most of our time on our feet, along with the boisterous standing-room-only crowd to our immediate right we were at the end more info Row OO.
Several beers landed on the floor, which everyone walked through, before please click for source staff member came along with a bucket and mop.
And being at the end of the row, we nearly got splattered a couple of times.
On this occasion we were going to see one of our favorite groups, Barenaked Ladies.
Opening act was soloist, Gary Jules.
I recognized him when he sang his cover version of Tears for Fears' "Mad World".
The Ladies were fabulous and acoustics were actually very good once people stopped trying to holler over each other.
Seems fans have outgrown the tradition of tossing dry Kraft Dinner noodles during "If I Had a Million Dollars".
Glad I didn't bring any.
I can see another concert here in our future.
For some reason they refuse to turn off the overhead lights on those seats.
Great venue for the concert we attended.
Great staff and security.
We enjoyed the experience and are glad we came from out of town to attend.
Great Venue I love the whole setup.
Dark lighting, old school playhouse atmosphere.
Great sound and intimacy.
Comfortable seating with waitstaff, easy access to the bar.
Very affordable drink prices.
One of the best venues to watch a show in New England.
Tip: Don't buy the expensive tickets, you don't need them.
You may not want to sit down at all and you can stand about 30 feet away from the stage and see everything perfectly.
Enjoy, thanks Unknowledgeable security staff member patrols the venue.
My mom and I were kicked out of the venue, we are both over the age of 21 and were kicked out because this one security guard accused us of being underaged.
He refused to check or license.
We were wearing the required yellow bracelets and he still accused us of drinking underage.
Don't visit this venue until this staff member is no longer working at this location.
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This place was the worst place I've ever been for an event.
Went to see Ron White couldn't hear one thing he said everything was blurred and the seats are disgusting never go there for a comedy show ever again.
I gave one star because it wouldn't let me give it none.

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Concert was great although I was in the back standing on window sill.
Plants mike went out when he was swinging it around and he got pissed.
Page was great on dazed and confused with his bow string.
They were great, it was packed but left feeling they hadnt played long enough.
Everyone I speak to seems to only recount one, short set.
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As part of an effort to rebrand itself and promote its history, the popular seaside music venue is now sharing its story through 13 banners that hang on the walls.
The banners were tacked up in April and each carries the name of a famous artist who entertained at the ballroom and helped transform it into a destination for big names like U2, Led Zeppelin and the late George Carlin, who holds the record for the most sellout shows during his 30 years of performing at the beach.
It was even more difficult because the ballroom wanted to make sure that each banner had a specific date for the performance.
Janis Joplin earned her banner on the ballroom wall for her performance in July 1969, which came just one month before she played at Woodstock.
Another banner features Jethro Tull, whose performance was historic in many ways and was described as a turning point for the ballroom.
So when the band arrived in Hampton, fans began rioting as they tried to get into the ballroom.
The riot prompted the National Guard to be called in and the ballroom was shut down for three years.
The ballroom later reopened with comedian George Carlin, who left his mark on the ballroom over three decades.
Media and deadheads from across the country descended on the ballroom for the show, which quickly sold out.
The band from Massachusetts was chosen because it represents a local band that made it big nationally, and it was the first time that the ballroom tried selling tickets online.
The ballroom hopes to add more banners to the walls in the future as its story continues.
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Just sorta hitchhiked down the coast with a couple of townies.
I was pretty fried red devil so it was a blurr.
Dont even know how I got tickets, had no money!
The concert is still as clear as day in my head.
I was up front somehow in front of Paige.
I rermember all of led zep 1 being played then 2.
He jammed for a loooooong time.
They stretched out lemon song and just nailed it.
Plants voice was strong and clear even at the highest notes.
After the show I saw my sister who was there but neither of us knew it!
Then a few days later I was back in Bethel but dont know how I got home.
I didnt get my ass beat.
My dad and mom were cool about it.
I became a confirmed heavy rock head that night for life.
That was the 60's.!!
Not only did I see the show, it was the night of my first LSD journey.
Pretty wild time I think.
Walked to the beach to see Zeppelin there.
I was also at the Jimi Hendrix show at Maple Leaf Gardens in May on a trip with my mom.
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Dick Zannini and I were perfectly in place as line finished entereing for 1st show.
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That night has stayed with me all 46 years.
I reminisce from time to time and go back in my head to that August night- it still seems surreal.
Don't know what the issue was but at least I saw them live.
I went to Woodstock, but that wasn't a concert.
I only wish I had kept something from that day.
I would give anything just for a poster.
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Concert was great although I was in the back standing on window sill.
Plants mike went out when he was swinging it around and he got pissed.
Page was great on dazed and confused with his bow string.
They were great, it was packed but left feeling they hadnt played long enough.
Everyone I speak to seems to only recount one, short set.
One person thought this was due to a broken drum head on bonzo's kit.
I'm looking to get in contact with anyone who was at this show and any other Casino Ballroom show between 1965-1971.
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As part of an effort to rebrand itself and promote its history, the popular seaside music venue is now sharing its story through hampton nh casino concerts banners that hang on the walls.
The banners were tacked up in April and each carries the name of a famous artist who entertained at the ballroom and helped transform it into a destination for big names like U2, Led Zeppelin and the late George Carlin, who holds the record for the most sellout shows during his 30 years of performing at the beach.
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So when the band arrived in Hampton, fans began rioting as they tried to get into the ballroom.
The riot prompted the National Guard to be called in and the ballroom was shut down for three years.
The ballroom later reopened with comedian George Carlin, who left his mark on the ballroom over three decades.
Media and deadheads from across the country descended on the ballroom for the show, which quickly sold out.
The band from Massachusetts was chosen because it represents a local band that made it big nationally, and it was the first time that the ballroom tried selling tickets online.
The ballroom hopes to add more banners to the walls in the future as its story continues.
It sounded like a jet plane flying in the Casino and he was this musical alchemist creating these sonic lines.
Show stopper was How Many More Times - a great, original show and the birth of "heavy" blues rock.
Just sorta hitchhiked down the coast with a couple of townies.
I was pretty fried red devil so it was a blurr.
Dont even know how I got tickets, had no money!
The concert is still as clear as day in my head.
I was up front somehow in front of Paige.
I rermember all of led zep 1 being played then 2.
He jammed for a loooooong time.
They stretched out lemon song and just nailed it.
Plants voice was strong and clear even at the highest notes.
After the show I saw my sister who was there but neither of us knew it!
Then a few days later I was back hampton nh casino concerts Bethel but hampton nh casino concerts know how I got home.
I didnt get my ass beat.
My dad and mom were cool about it.
I became a confirmed heavy rock head that night for life.
That was the 60's.!!
Not only did I see the show, it was the night of my first LSD journey.
Pretty wild time I think.
Walked to the beach to see Zeppelin there.
I was also at the Jimi Hendrix show at Maple Leaf Gardens in May on a trip with my mom.
Those 4 months spoiled me for hampton nh casino concerts other concerts.
Dick Zannini and I were perfectly in place as line finished entereing for 1st show.
In a a whisk, we found ourselves the 3rd and 4th persons inside the ropes for 2nd show.
The place rocked like I've never seen it rock to this day, and I saw them all in that Hall.
That night has stayed with me all 46 years.
I reminisce from time to time and go back in my head to that August night- it still seems surreal.
Don't know what the issue was but at least I saw them live.
read article went to Woodstock, but that wasn't a concert.
I only wish I had kept something from that day.
I would give anything just for a poster.
I even asked the Casino read more they got theirs that is still hanging.
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I don't like leaving negative reviews being in marketing and working to help businesses thrive but the owners here need to seriously have a meeting with their team about how they treat people.
I paid good money and drove over an hour for a comedy show, on my way in with my wife a bouncer whispered a comment to the young lady taking tickets she then repeated to me that was very insulting while he stood there laughing, comment was about physical appearance, I'll leave at that but I don't think insulting and embarrassing your customers on their looks while we enter your establishment is a wise business model.
I encourage everyone to spend their time and money elsewhere.
This used to be a great place back in the 80s and 90s but the past 5 years or so it's gone downhill.
I get the feeling that it's under new management.
After reading all the negative reviews, I felt I had to post my positive review.
My husband and I are concert goers.
We go all over New England, NY and even go out to Red Rocks from time to time.
We have seen hundreds of concerts in the last 10 years or so.
We have seen many concerts at Hampton Beach as well, and we always enjoy our time.
We have been to seated shows like tonight's Boz Scaggs as well as general admission where everyone is on the floor.
We always enjoy this place.
It's not what I would call a top tier venue, but it's really good for the area and It's easier to get to than the big city.
Parking is easier than most local venues too.
It's just cheaper to park than most places with lots of space, and in general, just a more laid back experience.
The concession stands offer enough of a choice and the personnel has always been friendly and accommodating.
My only complaint is there seems to be an insufficient amount of bathrooms when the place is packed for a super popular concert.
Other than that, we have never had a bad experience and hampton nh casino concerts were just saying tonight how easy it is to go to a concert here compared to say anywhere else in southern NH and MA.
Will always come here if there is a good show.
I have been to this venue many, many times.
Always had a great experience.
It's not the same at all.
I believe it's under different ownership.
The staff is not friendly.
I tripped and fell down unlit stairs and took a hard fall.
Not one staff member asked hampton nh casino concerts I was ok.
The owner is nearly impossible to get in touch with.
The website lists one phone for the box office, no customer service or email.
They claim because the website was hacked.
Eddie Money was fantastic but not the total experience.
Extremely dissatisfied, not only with the venue but with management.
I tried to deal with the Casino by email but they decided to stop responding.
Be very careful if you choose this venue to see an artist.
Seated options in particular.
I followed the chart.
Selected what I thought would be good seats in the middle of a section.
When I arrived Hampton nh casino concerts found out we were the first row on an isle.
All night people continued to walk by.
It was like watching the show through a slow strobe.
Asked to be moved, asked to speak to management, asked for a refund.
This venue does not care about the customer experience.
They only care about keeping your money.
I will never return to this place.
There are plenty of other venues to see live music.
Honestly, after reading all the go here reviews I was a little nervous about what we would find.
However, we were pleasantly surprised.
We went to a seated event- not general admission- and really enjoyed ourselves.
Staff was very courteous and welcoming.
At seated events you can get 2 drinks when ordering not offered during General Admission shows.
There were lots of bars and no waiting.
There was also https://clearadultskin.com/casino/age-to-go-to-casino-in-new-york.html who would serve to the seats.
Some seats have cup holders- but they are really only useful if you are a small person- and seats could be just a tad wider.
We moved to seats without them and were much more comfortable.
We had great views of the stage from both locations.
We were especially happy that there was hampton nh casino concerts space between rows that people could get in and out of the row without everyone else having to get out of their seats to let them pass.
We had no issues with anything- the show sounded great and we had a terrific time.
I'd definitely do a seated show again.
This isn't a concert hall.
It's a hot yoga studio that serves beer.
Knew I wouldn't have to worry about missing a song to go to the bathroom as I was sweating it all out.
Only this place could make me give one star while watching Tesla.
I thought Jeff Keith was going to melt into the stage before the end of the show.
The fans and the band were all suffering through the show.
I even saw an EMT show up for what I would guess was someone suffering with heatstroke.
The main area has four ceiling fans.
This area alone has to have 1,500 people or more in it easily, if it's sold out holds 2,200 overall.
It's a great place to see a show.
It's the only place in the area that can draw top entertainment as they have good capacity.
They know this, so if they are already drawing the talent and getting sellouts why do anything to help with the heat?
Not asking for AC, but more fans.
Ceiling fans, circulating fans, exhaust fans.
Still have more tix through the summer so I will hydrate, wear shorts and go in after the opening acts.
For future shows I'll travel to Boston or one of the casinos to watch a band in comfort.
This review does not take Tesla's performance into account.
They are always great!
A great venue for great music!
Sadly, I must share a terrible experience.
My wife and I were about 30 minutes into a show, each of us barely halfway through our drinks.
Upon her returning from the restroom to our seats, she was accosted by two security personnel.
Their Hands placed on her back and flashlights in her face.
They asked if she was alright because she was stumbling to and from the restroom.
After explaining to them that she has mild cerebral palsy she was then asked if she was "on anything" other than alcohol.
My wife, always civil and politeassertively and calmly said no.
I find it appalling and embarrassing that among the MANY already drunk patrons, a belligerently drunk woman in the ladies room, the smell of marijuana rampant in the theater, that a limp prompted two over zealous security guards to violate my wife's civil rights.
If they can't tell the difference between drunk and a limp, then they should not be working in this occupation.
I do hope the establishment reads this and thinks twice about who they hire and their how click here their training is.
Good place to see a show.
Lots of history including Duke Ellington and U2.
Not sure how people score the VIP box seats.
Otherwise it's general admission.
Sound is good, but the beer line is awful; Around 20 min long before show.
They need someone selling bud lights of of a cooler to speed things up.
Have been going to the Casino for can belterra casino florence indiana concerts opinion />Last nights Beach Boy concert may have been my last.
The seats were set up so all I could see were the people walking in the aisle.
I purchased best available tickets early on day one of sale.
If I wanted to watch the asses of people walking by, I could have stayed outside and saved the aggravation.
Have you ever considered once the show starts of restricting this constant traffic during a concert.
In any event, it was an extremely disappointing evening.
Lastly, as for Ticketmaster, you are frauds.
Best available shouldn't be section 2r.
I can and will spend my money elsewhere!
Great place for a concert.
Reasonable ticket prices and great sound.
They have a snack bar with pizza etc which is nice and a couple of bars.
This is EXACTLY what I got and especially true with an aging Kenny Rogers where he had to sit through the entire concert right in one spot where the pole was for my view.
If Kenny had moved around to different parts of the stage it would of been a better experience for me.
His duet partner did.
I saw more of her than him.
It was quite disappointing.
Fortunately my wife was was able to enjoy the entire show as she sat across from me moving the pole out of her view and captured highlights from her phone.
I'll watch the concert online with the rest of her FB friends later on!
The bar areas and standing room only was excessively busy and VERY NOISY that several of us in our section was getting annoyed.
The one bright spot is that our waitress serving drinks was very friendly and attentive and she had a big crowd to sponsor.
If you sit in that high top area and need to get out to use the facilities be warned it is very packed.
I would probably watch a concert here again but only in the center stages.
BTW - Kenny Rogers was great!
The concert was 90 minutes long and had a beautiful and talented side kick that sang the duets hampton nh casino concerts />Very unique place for a concert!
Lots of history, going back to 1899, though the first performer they profile, as significant to the Ballroom's timeline, is Duke Ellington in 1936.
Not sure if the hardwood floors are original, but they, as does the rest of the ballroom, scream vintage So does the sticky beer residue on said floors.
Love the old brass lighting, particularly the massive chandelier over the stairway.
Entrance is on the lower level, next to the casino and arcade; the ballroom is on the second story, so be prepared to climb stairs.
I didn't see an elevator for wheelchair accessibility, but according to the FAQs a staff member will escort attendees to the elevator to get up to the Ballroom.
Wand security before reaching the stairs, empty pockets.
You are told to have ID ready, along with your tickets, as liquor is served.
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Staff were very friendly and the wand master even cracked a couple jokes.
Lightens the moment when he's getting up close and personal.
Once inside, it's a big, dark, cavernous space seating about 1,800 people, with support pillars creating slightly obstructed views for some people in the back rows I suspect there was a viewing balcony in prior times.
Stage is about midway down on the right side, with a souvenir kiosk and washrooms flanking it.
Looking backward on the left of the stair wall is a food counter, featuring Sal's Pizza.
Then along the left side of the room is the bar.
Beyond the bar, farthest back from the stage, is table seating on a raised platform.
Not too uncomfortable, though we spent most of our time on our feet, along with the boisterous standing-room-only crowd to our immediate right we were at the end of Row OO.
Several beers landed on the floor, which everyone walked through, before a staff member came along with a bucket and mop.
And being at the end of the row, we nearly got splattered a couple of times.
On this occasion we were going to see one of our favorite groups, Barenaked Ladies.
Opening act was soloist, Gary Jules.
I recognized him when he sang his cover version of Tears for Fears' "Mad World".
The Ladies were fabulous and acoustics were actually very good once people stopped trying to holler over each other.
Seems fans have outgrown the tradition of tossing dry Kraft Dinner noodles during "If I Had a Million Dollars".
Glad I didn't bring any.
I can see another concert here in our future.
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Great venue for the concert we attended.
Great staff and security.
We enjoyed the experience and are glad we came from out of town to attend.
Great Venue I love the whole setup.
Dark lighting, old school playhouse atmosphere.
Great sound and click to see more />Comfortable seating with waitstaff, easy access to the bar.
Very affordable drink prices.
One of the best venues to watch a show in New England.
Tip: Don't buy the expensive tickets, you don't need them.
You may fitzgerald casino tunica want to sit down at all and you can stand about 30 feet away from the stage and see everything perfectly.
Enjoy, thanks Unknowledgeable security staff member patrols the venue.
My mom and I were kicked out of the venue, we are both over the age of 21 and were kicked out because this one security guard accused us of being underaged.
He refused to check or license.
We were wearing the required yellow bracelets and he still accused us of drinking underage.
Don't visit this venue until this staff member is no longer working at this location.
I know many people who visit this venue, I will be sure they no longer attend concerts here.
This place was the worst place I've ever been for an event.
Went to see Ron White couldn't hear one thing he said everything was blurred and the seats are disgusting never go there for a comedy show ever again.
I gave one star because it wouldn't let me give it none.
I click to see more like leaving negative reviews being in marketing and working to help businesses thrive but the owners here need to seriously have a meeting with their team about how they treat people.
I paid good money and drove over an hour for a comedy show, on my way in with my wife a bouncer whispered a comment to the young lady taking tickets she then repeated to me that was very insulting while he stood there laughing, comment was about physical appearance, I'll leave at that but I don't think insulting and embarrassing your customers on their looks while we enter your establishment is a wise business model.
I encourage everyone to spend their time and money elsewhere.
This used to be a great place back in the 80s and 90s but the past 5 years or so it's gone downhill.
I get the feeling that it's under new management.
After reading all the negative reviews, I felt I had to post my positive review.
My husband and I are concert goers.
We go all over New England, NY and even go out to Red Rocks from time to time.
We have seen hundreds of concerts in the last 10 years or so.
We have seen many concerts at Hampton Beach as well, and we always enjoy our time.
We have been to seated shows like tonight's Boz Scaggs as well as general admission where everyone is on the floor.
We always enjoy this place.
It's not what I would call a top tier venue, but it's really good for the area and It's easier to get to than the big city.
Parking is easier than most local venues too.
It's just cheaper to park than most places with lots of space, and in general, just a more laid back experience.
The concession stands offer enough of a choice and the personnel has always been friendly and accommodating.
My only complaint is there seems to be an insufficient amount of bathrooms when the place is packed for a super popular concert.
Other than that, we have never had a bad experience and hampton nh casino concerts were just saying tonight how easy it is to go to a concert here compared to say anywhere else in southern NH and MA.
Will always come here if there is a good show.
I have been to this venue many, many times.
Always had a great experience.
It's not the same at all.
I believe it's under different ownership.
The staff is not friendly.
I tripped and fell down unlit stairs and took a hard fall.
Not one staff member asked if I was ok.
The owner is nearly impossible to get in touch with.
The website lists one phone for the box office, no customer service or email.
They claim because the website was hacked.
Eddie Money was fantastic but not the total experience.
I have been to this venue many, many times.
Always had a great experience.
It's hampton nh casino concerts the same at all.
I believe it's under different ownership.
The staff is not friendly.
And it wasn't clean inside.
I tripped and fell down unlit stairs and took a hard fall.
Not one staff member asked if I was ok.
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He's actually not the owner but director of operations and says he's the owner.
The website lists one phone number for the box office, no customer service or email.
If you do call be prepared to wait on hold for about 10 minutes.
They claim because the website was hacked.
Eddie Money was fantastic but not the total experience.
Bought a Casino Ballroom Hoodie before I fell.
Extremely dissatisfied, not only with the venue but with management.
I tried to deal with the Casino by email but they decided to stop responding.
Be very careful if you choose this venue to see an artist.
Seated options in particular.
I followed the chart.
Selected what I thought would be good seats in the middle of a section.
When I arrived I found out we were the first row on an isle.
All night people continued to walk by.
It was like watching the show through a slow strobe.
Asked to be moved, asked to speak to management, asked for a refund.
This venue does not care about the customer experience.
They only care about keeping your money.
I article source never return to this place.
There are plenty of other venues to see live music.
Honestly, after reading all the negative reviews I was a little nervous about what we would find.
However, we were pleasantly surprised.
We went to a seated event- not general admission- and really enjoyed ourselves.
Staff was very courteous and welcoming.
At seated events you can get 2 drinks when ordering not offered during General Admission shows.
There were lots of bars and no waiting.
There was also staff who would serve to the seats.
Some seats have cup holders- but they are really only useful if you are a small person- and seats could be click to see more a tad wider.
We moved to seats without them and were much more comfortable.
We had great views of the stage from both locations.
We were especially happy that there was enough space between rows that people could get in and out of the row without everyone else having to get out of their seats to let them pass.
We had no issues with anything- the show sounded great and we had a terrific time.
I'd definitely do a seated show again.
This isn't a concert hall.
It's a hot yoga studio that serves beer.
Knew I wouldn't have to worry about missing a song to go to the bathroom as I was sweating it all out.
Only this place could make me give one star while watching Tesla.
I thought Jeff Keith was going to melt into the stage before the end of the show.
The fans and the band were all suffering through the show.
I even deutschland paypal an EMT show up for what I would guess was someone suffering with heatstroke.
The main area has four ceiling fans.
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It's a great place to see a show.
It's the only place in the area that can draw top entertainment as they have good capacity.
They know this, so if they are already drawing the talent and getting sellouts why do anything to help with the heat?
Not asking for AC, but more fans.
Ceiling fans, circulating fans, exhaust fans.
Still have more tix through the summer so I will hydrate, wear shorts and go in after the opening acts.
For future shows I'll travel to Boston or one of the casinos to watch a band in comfort.
This review does not take Tesla's performance into account.
They are always great!
A great venue for great music!
Sadly, I must share a terrible experience.
My wife and I were about 30 minutes into a show, each of us barely halfway through our drinks.
Upon her returning from the restroom to our seats, she was accosted by two security personnel.
Their Hands placed on her back and flashlights in her face.
They asked if she was alright because she was stumbling to and from the restroom.
After explaining to them that she has mild cerebral palsy she was then asked if she was "on anything" other than alcohol.
My wife, always civil and casino in atlanta georgiaassertively and calmly said no.
I find it appalling and embarrassing that among the MANY already drunk patrons, a belligerently drunk woman in the ladies room, the smell of marijuana rampant in the theater, that a limp prompted two over zealous security guards to violate my wife's civil rights.
If they can't tell the difference between drunk and a limp, then they should not be working in this occupation.
I do hope the establishment reads this and thinks twice about who they hire and their how comprehensive their training is.
Good place to see a show.
Lots of history hopa app Duke Ellington and U2.
Not sure how people score the VIP box seats.
Otherwise it's general admission.
Sound is good, but the beer line is awful; Around 20 min long before show.
They need someone selling bud lights of of a cooler to speed things up.
Have been going to the Casino for years.
Last nights Beach Boy concert may have been my last.
The seats were set up so all I could see were the people walking in the aisle.
I purchased best available tickets early on day one of sale.
If I wanted to watch the asses of people walking by, I could have stayed outside and saved the aggravation.
Have you ever considered once the show starts of restricting this constant traffic during a concert.
In any event, it was an extremely disappointing evening.
Lastly, as for Ticketmaster, you are frauds.
Best available shouldn't be section 2r.
I can and will spend my money elsewhere!
Great place for a concert.
Reasonable ticket prices and great sound.
They have a snack bar with pizza etc which is nice and a couple of bars.
This is EXACTLY what I got and especially true with an aging Kenny Rogers where he had to sit through the entire concert right in one spot where the pole was for my view.
If Kenny had moved around to different parts of the stage it would of been a better experience for me.
His duet partner did.
I saw more of her than him.
It was quite disappointing.
Fortunately my wife was was able to enjoy the entire show as she sat across from me moving the pole out of her view and captured highlights from her phone.
I'll watch the concert online with the rest of her FB friends later on!
The bar areas and standing room only was excessively busy and VERY NOISY that several of us in our section was getting annoyed.
The one bright spot is that our waitress serving drinks was very friendly and attentive and she had a big crowd to sponsor.
If you sit in that high top area and need to get out to use the facilities be warned it is very packed.
I would probably watch a concert here again but only in the center stages.
BTW - Kenny Rogers was great!
The concert was 90 minutes long and had a beautiful and talented side kick that sang the duets with.
Very unique place for a concert!
Lots of history, going back to 1899, though the first performer they profile, as significant to the Ballroom's timeline, is Duke Ellington in 1936.
Not sure if the hardwood floors are original, but they, as does the rest of the ballroom, scream vintage So does the sticky beer residue on said floors.
Love the old brass lighting, particularly the massive chandelier over the stairway.
Entrance is on the lower level, next to the casino and arcade; the ballroom is on the second story, so states where are legal prepared to climb stairs.
I didn't see an elevator for wheelchair accessibility, but according to the FAQs a staff member will escort attendees to the elevator to get up to the Ballroom.
Wand security before reaching the stairs, empty pockets.
You are told to have ID ready, along with your tickets, as liquor is served.
Wristbands applied one alcoholic beverage per wristband - not surprisingly, that didn't prevent people from overimbibing and tickets scanned at the top of the stairs.
Staff were very friendly and the wand master even cracked a couple jokes.
Lightens the moment when he's getting up close and personal.
Once inside, it's a big, dark, cavernous space seating about 1,800 people, with support pillars creating slightly obstructed views for some people in the back rows I suspect there was a viewing balcony in prior times.
Stage is about midway down on the right side, with a souvenir kiosk and washrooms flanking it.
Looking backward on the left of the stair wall is a food counter, featuring Sal's Pizza.
Then along the left side of the room is the bar.
Beyond the bar, farthest back from the stage, is table seating on a raised platform.
Not too uncomfortable, though we spent most of our time on our feet, along with the boisterous standing-room-only crowd to our immediate right we were at the end of Row OO.
Several beers landed on the floor, which everyone walked through, before a staff member came along with a bucket and mop.
And being at the end of the row, we nearly got splattered a couple of times.
On this occasion we were going to see one of our favorite groups, Barenaked Ladies.
Opening act was soloist, Gary Jules.
I recognized him when he sang his cover version of Tears for Fears' "Mad World".
The Ladies were fabulous and acoustics were actually very good once people stopped trying to holler over each other.
Seems fans have outgrown the tradition of tossing dry Kraft Dinner noodles during "If I Had a Million Dollars".
Glad I didn't bring any.
I can see another concert here in our future.
For some reason they refuse to turn off the overhead lights on those seats.
Great venue for the concert we attended.
Great staff and security.
We enjoyed the experience and are glad we came from out of town to attend.
Great Venue I love the whole setup.
Dark lighting, old school playhouse atmosphere.
Great sound and intimacy.
Comfortable seating with waitstaff, easy access to the bar.
Very affordable drink prices.
One of the best venues to watch a show in New England.
Tip: Don't buy the expensive tickets, you don't need them.
You may not want to sit click at this page at all and you can stand about 30 feet away from the stage and see everything perfectly.
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My mom and I were kicked out of the venue, we are both over the age of 21 and were kicked out because this one security guard accused us of being underaged.
He refused to check or license.
We were wearing the required yellow bracelets and he still accused us of drinking underage.
Don't visit this venue until this staff member is no longer working at this location.
I know many people who visit this venue, I will be sure they no longer attend concerts here.
This place was the worst place I've ever been for an event.
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I don't like leaving negative reviews being in marketing and working to help businesses thrive but the owners here need to seriously have a meeting with their team about how they treat people.
I paid good money and drove over an hour for a comedy show, on my way in with my wife a bouncer whispered a comment to the young lady taking tickets she then repeated to me that was very insulting while he stood there laughing, comment was about physical appearance, I'll leave at that but I don't think insulting and embarrassing your customers on their looks while we enter your establishment is a wise business model.
I encourage everyone to spend their time and money elsewhere.
This used to be a great place back in the 80s and 90s but the past 5 years or so it's gone downhill.
I get the feeling that it's under new management.
After reading all the negative reviews, I felt I had to post my positive review.
My husband and I are concert goers.
We go all over New England, NY and even go out to Red Rocks from time to time.
We have seen hundreds of concerts in the last 10 years or so.
We have seen many concerts at Hampton Beach as well, and we always enjoy our time.
We have been to seated shows like tonight's Boz Scaggs as well as general admission where everyone is on the floor.
We always enjoy this place.
It's not what I would call a top tier venue, but it's really good for the area and Hampton nh casino concerts easier to get to than the big city.
Parking is easier than most local venues too.
It's just cheaper to park than most places with lots of space, and in general, just a more laid back experience.
The concession stands offer enough hampton nh casino concerts a choice and the personnel has always been friendly and accommodating.
My only complaint is there seems to be an insufficient amount of bathrooms when the place is packed for a super popular concert.
Other than that, we have never had a bad experience and we were just saying tonight how easy it is to go to a concert here compared to say anywhere else in southern NH and MA.
Will always come here if there is a good show.
I have been to this venue many, many times.
Always had a great experience.
It's not the same at all.
I believe it's under different ownership.
The staff is not friendly.
I tripped and fell down unlit stairs and took a hard fall.
Not one staff member asked if I was ok.
The owner is nearly impossible to get in touch with.
The website lists one phone for the box office, no customer service or email.
They claim because the website was hacked.
Eddie Money was fantastic but not the total experience.
Extremely dissatisfied, not only with the venue but with management.
I tried to deal with the Casino by email but they decided to stop responding.
Be very careful if you choose this venue to see an artist.
Seated options in particular.
I followed the chart.
Selected what I thought would be good seats in the middle of a section.
When I arrived I found out we were the first row on an isle.
All night people continued to walk by.
It was like watching the show through a slow strobe.
Asked to be moved, asked to speak to management, asked for a refund.
This venue does not care about the customer experience.
They only care about keeping your money.
I will never return to this place.
There are plenty of other venues to see live music.
Honestly, after reading all the negative reviews I was a little nervous about what we would find.
However, we were pleasantly surprised.
We went to a seated event- not general admission- and really please click for source ourselves.
Staff was very courteous and welcoming.
At seated events you can get 2 drinks when ordering not offered during General Admission shows.
There were lots of bars and no waiting.
There was also staff who would serve to the seats.
Some seats have cup holders- but they are really only useful if you are a small person- and seats could be just a tad wider.
We moved to seats without them and were much more comfortable.
We had great views of the stage from both locations.
We were especially happy that there was enough space between rows that people could get in and out of the row without everyone else having to get out of their seats to let them pass.
We had no issues with anything- the show sounded great and we had a terrific time.
I'd definitely do a seated show again.
This isn't a concert hall.
It's a hot yoga studio that serves beer.
Knew I wouldn't have to worry about missing a song to go to the bathroom as I was sweating it all out.
Only this place could make me give one star while watching Tesla.
I thought Jeff Keith was going to melt into the stage before the end of the show.
The fans and the band were all suffering through the show.
I even saw an EMT show up for what I would guess was someone suffering with heatstroke.
The main area has four ceiling fans.
This area alone has to have 1,500 people or more in it easily, if it's sold out holds 2,200 overall.
It's a great place to see a show.
It's the only place in the area that can draw top entertainment as they have good capacity.
They know this, so if they are already drawing the talent and getting sellouts why do anything to help with the heat?
Not asking for AC, but more fans.
Ceiling fans, circulating fans, exhaust fans.
Still have more tix through the summer so I will hydrate, wear shorts and go in after the opening acts.
For future shows I'll travel to Boston or one of the casinos to watch a hampton nh casino concerts in comfort.
This review does not take Tesla's performance into account.
They are always great!
A great venue for great music!
Sadly, I must share a terrible experience.
My wife and I were about 30 minutes into a show, each of us barely halfway through our drinks.
Upon her returning from the restroom to our seats, she was accosted by two security personnel.
Their Hands placed on her back and flashlights in her face.
They asked if she was alright because she was stumbling to and from the restroom.
After explaining to them that she has mild cerebral palsy she was then asked if she was "on anything" other than alcohol.
My wife, always civil and politeassertively and calmly said no.
I find it appalling and embarrassing that among the MANY already drunk patrons, a belligerently drunk woman in the ladies room, the smell of marijuana rampant in the theater, that a limp prompted two over zealous security guards to violate my wife's civil rights.
If they can't tell the difference between drunk and a limp, then they should not be working in this occupation.
I do hope the establishment reads this and thinks twice about who they hire and their how comprehensive their training is.
Good place to see a show.
Lots of history including Duke Ellington and U2.
Not sure how people score the VIP box seats.
Otherwise it's general admission.
Sound is good, but the beer line is awful; Around 20 min long before show.
They need someone selling bud lights of of a cooler to speed things up.
Have been going to the Casino for years.
Last nights Beach Boy concert may have been my last.
The seats were set up so all I could see were the people walking in the aisle.
I purchased best available tickets early on day one of sale.
If I wanted to watch the asses of people walking by, I could have stayed outside and saved the aggravation.
Have you ever considered once the show starts of restricting this constant traffic during a concert.
In any event, it was an extremely disappointing evening.
Lastly, as for Ticketmaster, you are frauds.
Best available shouldn't be section 2r.
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Great place for a concert.
Reasonable ticket prices and great sound.
They have a snack bar with pizza etc which is nice and a couple of bars.
This is EXACTLY what I got and especially true with an aging Kenny Rogers where he had to sit through the entire concert right in one spot where the pole was for my view.
If Kenny had moved around to different parts of the stage it would of been a better experience for me.
His duet partner did.
I saw more of her than him.
It was quite hampton nh casino concerts />Fortunately my wife link was able to enjoy the entire show as she sat across from me moving the pole out of her view and captured highlights from her phone.
I'll watch the concert online with the rest of her FB friends later on!
The bar areas and standing room only was excessively busy and VERY NOISY that several of us in our section was getting annoyed.
The one bright spot is that our waitress serving drinks was very friendly and attentive and she had a big crowd to sponsor.
If you sit in that high top area and need to get out to use the facilities be warned it is very packed.
I would probably watch a concert here again but only in the center stages.
BTW - Kenny Rogers was great!
The concert was 90 minutes long and had a beautiful and talented side kick that sang the duets with.
Very unique place for a concert!
Lots of history, going back to 1899, though the first performer they profile, as significant to the Ballroom's timeline, is Duke Ellington in 1936.
Not sure if the hardwood floors are original, but they, as does the rest of the ballroom, scream vintage So does the sticky beer residue on said floors.
Love the old brass lighting, particularly the learn more here chandelier over the stairway.
Entrance is on the lower level, next to the casino and arcade; the ballroom is on the second story, so be prepared to climb stairs.
I didn't see an elevator for wheelchair accessibility, but according to the FAQs a staff member will escort attendees to the elevator to get up to the Ballroom.
Wand security before reaching the stairs, empty pockets.
You are told to have ID ready, along with your tickets, as liquor is served.
Wristbands applied one alcoholic beverage per wristband - not surprisingly, that didn't prevent people from overimbibing and tickets scanned at the top of the stairs.
Staff were very friendly and the wand master even cracked a couple jokes.
Lightens the moment when he's getting up close and personal.
Once inside, it's a big, dark, cavernous space seating about 1,800 people, with support pillars creating slightly obstructed views for some people in the back rows I suspect there was a viewing balcony in prior times.
Stage is about midway down on the right side, with a souvenir kiosk and washrooms flanking it.
Looking backward on the left of the stair wall is a food counter, featuring Sal's Pizza.
Then along the left side of the room is the bar.
Beyond the bar, farthest back from the stage, is table seating on a raised platform.
Not too uncomfortable, though we spent most of our time on our feet, along with the boisterous standing-room-only crowd to our immediate right we were at the end of Row OO.
Several beers landed on the floor, which everyone walked through, before a staff member came along with a bucket and mop.
And being at the end of the row, we nearly got splattered a couple of times.
On this occasion we were going to see one of our favorite groups, Barenaked Ladies.
Opening act was soloist, Gary Jules.
I recognized him when he sang his cover version of Tears for Fears' consider, pharaohs casino managua empleos opinion World".
The Ladies were fabulous and acoustics were actually very good once people stopped trying to holler over each other.
Seems fans have outgrown the tradition of tossing dry Kraft Dinner noodles during "If I Had a Million Dollars".
Glad I didn't bring any.
I can see another concert here in our future.
For some reason they refuse to turn off the overhead lights on those seats.
Great venue for the concert we attended.
Great staff and security.
We enjoyed the experience and are glad we came from out of town to attend.
Great Venue I love the whole setup.
Dark lighting, old school playhouse atmosphere.
Great sound and intimacy.
Comfortable seating with waitstaff, easy access to the bar.
Very affordable drink prices.
One of the best venues to watch a show in New England.
Tip: Don't buy the expensive tickets, you don't need them.
You may not want to sit down at all and you can stand about 30 feet away from the stage and see everything perfectly.
Enjoy, thanks Unknowledgeable security staff member patrols the venue.
My mom and I were kicked out of the venue, we are both over the age of 21 and were kicked out because this one security guard accused us of being underaged.
He refused to check or license.
We were wearing the required yellow bracelets and he still accused us of drinking underage.
Don't visit this venue until this staff member is no longer working at this location.
I know many people who visit this venue, I will be sure they no longer attend concerts here.
This place was the worst place I've ever been for an event.
Went to see Ron White couldn't hear one thing he said everything was blurred and the seats are disgusting never go there for a comedy show ever again.
I gave one star because it wouldn't let me give it none.
I don't like leaving negative reviews being in marketing and working to help businesses thrive but the owners here need to seriously have a meeting with their team about how they treat people.
I paid good money and drove over an hour for a comedy show, on my way in with my wife a bouncer whispered a comment to the young lady taking tickets she then repeated to me that was very insulting while he stood there laughing, comment was about physical appearance, I'll leave at that but Fish casino vip bonus don't think insulting and embarrassing your customers on their looks while we enter your establishment is a wise business model.
I encourage everyone to spend their time and money elsewhere.
This used to be check this out great place back in the 80s and 90s but the past 5 years or so it's gone downhill.
I get the feeling that it's under new management.
After reading all the negative reviews, I felt I had to post my positive review.
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We go all over New England, NY and even go out to Red Rocks from time to time.
We have seen hundreds of concerts in the last 10 years or so.
We have seen many concerts at Hampton Beach as well, and we always enjoy our time.
We have been to seated shows like tonight's Boz Scaggs as well as general admission where everyone is on the floor.
We always enjoy this place.
It's not what I would call a top tier venue, but it's really good for the area and It's easier to get to than the big city.
Parking is easier than most local venues too.
It's just cheaper to park than most places with lots of space, and in general, just a more laid back experience.
The concession stands offer enough of a choice and the personnel has always been friendly and accommodating.
My only complaint is there seems to be an insufficient amount of bathrooms when the place is packed for a super popular concert.
Other than that, we have never had a bad experience and we were just saying tonight how easy it is to go to a concert here compared to say anywhere else in southern NH and MA.
Will always come here if there is a hampton nh casino concerts show.
I have been to this venue many, many times.
Always had a great experience.
It's not the same at all.
I believe it's under different ownership.
The staff is not friendly.
I tripped and fell down unlit stairs and took a hard fall.
Not one staff member asked if I was ok.
The owner is nearly impossible to get in touch with.
The website lists one phone for the box office, no customer service or email.
They claim because the website was hacked.
Eddie Money was fantastic but not the total experience.
I have been to this venue many, many times.
Always had a great experience.
It's not the same at all.
I believe it's under different ownership.
The staff is not friendly.
And it wasn't clean inside.
I tripped and fell down unlit stairs and took a hard fall.
Not one staff member asked if I was ok.
The owner is nearly impossible to get in touch with.
He's actually not the owner but director of operations and says he's the owner.
The website lists one phone number for the box office, no customer service or email.
If you do call be prepared to wait on hold for about 10 minutes.
They claim because the website was hacked.
Eddie Money was fantastic but not the total experience.
Bought a Casino Ballroom Hoodie before I fell.
Extremely dissatisfied, not only with the venue but with management.
I tried to deal with the Casino by email but they decided to stop responding.
Be very careful if you choose this venue to see an artist.
Seated options in particular.
I followed the chart.
Selected what I thought would be good seats in the middle of a section.
When I arrived I found out we were the first row on an isle.
All night people continued to walk by.
It was like watching the show through a slow strobe.
Asked to be moved, asked to speak to management, asked for a refund.
This venue does not care about the customer experience.
They only care about keeping your money.
I will never return to this place.
There are plenty of other venues to see live music.
Honestly, after reading all the negative reviews I was a little nervous about what we would find.
However, we were pleasantly surprised.
We went to a seated event- not general admission- and really enjoyed ourselves.
Staff was very courteous and welcoming.
At seated events you can get 2 drinks when ordering not offered during General Admission shows.
There were hampton nh casino concerts of bars and no waiting.
There was also staff who would serve to the seats.
Some seats have cup holders- but they are really only useful if you are a small person- and seats could be just a tad wider.
We moved to seats without them and were much more comfortable.
We had great views of the stage from both locations.
We were especially happy that there was enough space between rows that people could get in and out of the row without everyone else having to get out of their seats to let them pass.
We had no issues with anything- the show sounded great and we had a terrific time.
I'd definitely do a seated show again.
This isn't a concert hall.
It's a hot yoga studio that serves beer.
Knew I wouldn't have to worry about missing a song to go to the bathroom as I was sweating it all out.
Only this place could make me give one star while watching Tesla.
I thought Jeff Keith was going to melt into the stage before the end of the show.
The fans and the band were all suffering through the show.
I even saw an EMT show up for what I would guess was someone suffering with heatstroke.
The main area has four ceiling fans.
This area alone has to have 1,500 people or more in it easily, if it's sold out holds 2,200 overall.
It's a great place to see a show.
It's the only place in the area that can draw top entertainment as they have good capacity.
They know this, so if they are already drawing the read article and getting sellouts why do anything to help with the heat?
Not asking for AC, but more fans.
Ceiling fans, circulating fans, exhaust fans.
Still have more tix through the summer so I will hydrate, wear shorts and go in after the opening acts.
For future shows I'll travel to Boston or one of the casinos to watch a band in comfort.
This review does not take Tesla's performance into account.
They are always great!
A great venue for great music!
Sadly, I must share a terrible experience.
My wife and I were about 30 minutes into a show, each of us barely halfway through our drinks.
Upon her returning from the restroom to our seats, she was accosted by two security personnel.
Their Hands placed on her back and flashlights in her face.
They asked if she was alright because she was stumbling to and from the restroom.
After explaining to them that she has mild cerebral palsy she was then asked if she was "on anything" other than alcohol.
My wife, always civil and politeassertively and calmly said no.
I find it appalling and embarrassing that among the MANY already drunk patrons, a belligerently drunk woman in the ladies room, the smell of marijuana rampant in the theater, that a limp prompted article source over zealous security guards to violate my wife's civil rights.
If they can't tell the difference between drunk and a limp, then they should not be working in this occupation.
I do hope the establishment reads this and thinks twice about who they hire and their how comprehensive their training is.
Good place to see a show.
Lots of history including Duke Ellington and U2.
Not sure how people score the VIP box seats.
Otherwise it's general admission.
Sound is good, but the beer line is awful; Around 20 min long before show.
They need someone selling bud lights of of a cooler to speed things up.
Have been going to the Casino for years.
Last nights Beach Boy concert may have been my last.
The seats were set up so all I could see were the people walking in the aisle.
I purchased best available tickets early on day one of sale.
If I wanted to watch the asses of people walking by, I could have stayed outside and saved the aggravation.
Have you ever considered once the show starts of restricting this constant traffic during a concert.
In any event, it was an extremely disappointing evening.
Lastly, as for Ticketmaster, you are frauds.
Best available shouldn't be section 2r.
I can and will spend my money elsewhere!
Great place for a concert.
Reasonable ticket prices and great sound.
They have a snack bar with pizza etc which is nice and a couple of bars.
This is EXACTLY what I got and especially true with an aging Kenny Rogers where he had to sit through the entire concert right in one spot where the pole was for my view.
If Kenny had moved around to different parts of the stage it would of been a better experience for me.
His duet partner did.
I saw more of her than him.
It was quite disappointing.
Fortunately my wife was was able to enjoy the entire show as she sat across from me moving the pole out of her view and captured highlights from her phone.
I'll watch the concert online with the rest of her FB friends later on!
The bar areas and standing room only was excessively busy and VERY NOISY that several of us in our section was getting annoyed.
The one bright spot is that our waitress serving drinks was very friendly and attentive and she had a big crowd to sponsor.
If you sit in that high top area and need to get out to use the facilities be warned it is very packed.
I would probably watch a concert here again but only in the article source stages.
BTW - Kenny Rogers was great!
The concert was 90 minutes long and had a beautiful and talented side kick that sang the duets with.
Very link place for a concert!
Lots of history, going back to 1899, though the first performer they profile, as significant to the Ballroom's timeline, is Duke Ellington in 1936.
Not sure if the hardwood floors are original, but they, as does the rest of the ballroom, scream vintage So does the sticky beer residue on said floors.
Love the old brass lighting, particularly the massive chandelier over the stairway.
Entrance is on the lower level, next to the casino and arcade; the ballroom is on the second story, so be prepared to climb stairs.
I didn't see an elevator for wheelchair accessibility, but according to the FAQs a staff member will escort attendees to the elevator to get up to the Ballroom.
Wand security before reaching the stairs, empty pockets.
You are told to have ID ready, along with your tickets, as liquor is served.
Wristbands applied one alcoholic beverage per wristband - not surprisingly, that didn't prevent people from overimbibing and tickets scanned at the top of the stairs.
Staff were very friendly and the wand master even cracked a couple jokes.
Lightens the moment when he's getting up close and personal.
Once inside, it's a big, dark, cavernous space seating about 1,800 people, with support pillars creating slightly obstructed views for some people in the back rows I suspect there was a viewing balcony in prior times.
Stage is about midway down on the right side, with a souvenir kiosk and washrooms flanking it.
Looking backward on the left of the stair wall is a food counter, featuring Sal's Pizza.
Then along the left side of the room is the bar.
Beyond the bar, farthest back from the stage, is table seating on a raised platform.
Not too uncomfortable, though we spent most of our time on our feet, along with the boisterous standing-room-only crowd to our immediate right we were at the end of Row OO.
Several beers landed on the floor, which everyone walked through, before a staff member came along with a bucket and mop.
And being at the end of the row, we nearly got splattered a couple of times.
On this occasion we were going to see one of our favorite groups, Barenaked Ladies.
Opening act was soloist, Link Jules.
I recognized him when he sang his cover version of Tears for Fears' "Mad World".
The Ladies were fabulous and acoustics were actually very good once people stopped trying to holler over each other.
Seems fans have outgrown the tradition of tossing dry Kraft Dinner noodles during "If I Had a Million Dollars".
Glad I didn't bring any.
I can see another concert here in our future.
For some reason they refuse to turn off the overhead lights on those seats.
Great venue for the concert we attended.
Great staff and security.
We enjoyed the experience and are glad we came from out of town to attend.
Great Venue I love the whole setup.
Dark lighting, old school playhouse atmosphere.
Great sound and intimacy.
Comfortable seating with waitstaff, easy access to the bar.
Very affordable drink prices.
One of the best venues to watch a show in New England.
Tip: Don't buy the expensive tickets, you don't need them.
You may not want to sit down at all and you can stand about 30 feet away from the stage and see everything perfectly.
Enjoy, thanks Unknowledgeable security staff member patrols the venue.
My mom and I were kicked out of the venue, we are both over the age of 21 and were kicked out because this one security guard accused us of being underaged.
He refused to check or license.
We were wearing the required yellow bracelets and he still accused us of drinking underage.
Don't visit this venue until this staff member is no longer working at this location.
I know many people who visit this venue, I will be sure they no longer attend concerts here.
This place was the worst place I've ever been for an event.
Went to see Ron White couldn't hear one thing he said everything was blurred and the seats are disgusting never go there for a comedy show ever again.
I gave one star because it wouldn't let me give it none.

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