LMAO! ^^^^ I doubt that will happen, but then again, you never know. I know for a FACT that it was a terrible venue for basketball, apparently it's the same deal for concerts as well I am guessing from the majority of negative feedback?
it's better to live as if there are no "do-overs," so that you won't need one. I thought I'd share this with you, to work in the bits about fear, mistakes, and how precious today's opportunities are.
Not so. Downtown is much better that it has ever been. I am considering moving there. And I would never consider moving to Inglewood.
That said, the problem is not the area, but the venue. The Forum is a stone masoleum with shiatty facilities and parking that just sucks on ice. Factor in that the acoustics are terrible and the access to seats a joke. It needs to be torn down at best.
the problem is not the area, but the venue. The Forum is a stone masoleum with shiatty facilities and parking that just sucks on ice. Factor in that the acoustics are terrible and the access to seats a joke. It needs to be torn down at best.
The Forum was built with sporting events in mind, hence the bad acoustics.
It sucks from the seats in every way, but with the majority of concerts there having a GA floor it's by far the best venue in the L.A. area to get as close as you want to a big-name band.
5/22 - The Cure - Hollywood Bowl
5/31 - Brian Jonestown Massacre - Teragram (?)
6/07 - Chelsea Wolfe - Teragram (?)
6/14 - Silver Apples - Troubadour
6/16 - John Carpenter - Orpheum
Man why at the forum?? Parking there is TERRIBLE!!! i was at the ACDC concert and they slam you into any space they can for like $20 u wait like thirty min to get out of the lot at the end.I hope the lineup is good,i keep kicking myself for not going to hard halloween so i might go this year
Rave name? Give me a break. Halloween was awesome there, some great names playing some great sets. Hard13 was already a lot worse (all the kandi ravers (80% of the crowd) were already worn out by the time Boys Noize came on, who played the best set of the night but most of the crowd was out of energy by that time. D.I.M. played an awesome set which people responded to appropriately, which was nice to see. Whatever the line-up, I won't be able to catch it, but I won't care too much though, by that time I'll be back in Europe hitting up all the big festivals there.