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First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre is an outdoor music venue, in Chicago's southwest suburb of Tinley Park, Illinois, that opened in 1990.
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Walk the Lexus Red Carpet tonight and check out the new 2014 IS 250 F SPORT in the North Plaza for a chance to upgrade your concert experience or win free concert merchandise. #LexusVIP!
we right next door to a golf course. Roll up some green while your ball rolls up on the green
damn this venue is huge. oh, and they got Deep Dish Pizza out here too...Tinley Park style
They are very bad at Managing traffic
Don't eat the brown LSD
Go to first Midwest Bank Ampthiteatre see a great concert, enjoy some great rock and roll and try a delicous frozen margarita
Sound quality sucks here. Do your hearing and your enjoyment a favor and bring a good pair of musicians ear plugs with you. Evens the sound out nicely and won't leave you deaf. Plenty online for 10-20
The VIP area here is really great. This is the way to go!
Pregame! Alcohol is fucking expensive!
If you don't mind standing, try to get general admission tickets because it is the only sure fire way to get close to the stage!
John mayer concertttt
"$250 fine of caught tailgating. It's a city ordinance". Tailgating also is sitting in your car drinking water to avoid the heat and waiting for gates to open. Thumbs down.
The parking's no fun...
Formerly known as the tweeter center
The venue is HUGE! Vans Warped Tour has a good mix of rock-esque genres! Lots to listen to for every one. Food here is damn expensive though! 6 bucks for fries!!?!? Crazy.
Even if you have lawn seats it's great!! No matter where you are you can see the stage fairly well!!
Lawn seats are the best! Get there early and relax! Best concert venue iv been too in years!
Thus place SUXS
Don't chug a gallon of vodka with 3 of your buddies in the parking lot thinking you will avoid paying for alcohol inside. You will only be seeing the medical office and/or the security office.
Place sucks to be in the lawn! The MUD PIT OF 2011 Sorry I didn't have the money to buy a seat I just wanted to see the show! Never Again!
Not worth it. Takes longer to get out of the parking lot after the concert than the length of the whole concert. And attendants are rude.
You're only allowed to bring in lawn chairs that fold flat. If you bring one that rolls or has a cover you'll have to take it back to your car or rent a chair from the venue for $5.
This venue kind of sucks. It's way out of the way from Chicago proper and with few exceptions the staff doesn't seem to know what they're doing. Only recommended if you MUST see the act playing.
Traffic's a Bitch
Worst place to get out of when show is done!!! Horrible!!
Traffic is awful when leaving. Seriously be ready to wait for awhile to get out of the parking lot when you leave! I've never sat in my car so long to get out of an event after it was over.
When your ticket says obstructed view, you might not be able to see a good chunk of the stage. The posts in the reserved seating are huge.
Very expensive refreshments...$11 for 24oz beer. Also, TERRIBLE parking management...didn't see a single person directing traffic.
Toby Keith is awesome
Wear good shoes. The parking lot sucks balls. You have to walk through chunky rocks to get to the gates. Gah. >,<
Worst music venue in the Midwest. I don't even feel like going into any further detail.
Even though they don't let you tailgate and chase you out of your car, get there early, and or you will miss part of the show with the terrible parking system.
Enormously awesome venue for a non-festival type of show
Traffic management isn't very organized, and the acoustics aren't very great either. Other than that, it was fine!
The band I saw (Radiohead) was great, but the rest of the experience was bad. Traffic is a nightmare and you had to move immediately into the venue after you park. No tailgating! (Tinley Park law)
Don't expect to get out of the parking lot in under 2 hours
PWT festival venue.
The Camp Rock 2 concert was the best!
Disturbed & Avenge Sevenfold concert was the best!
Sound quality sucks here. Do your hearing and your enjoyment a favor and bring a good pair of musicians ear plugs with you.