People tend to check in during these times:
DO NOT GO HERE. This is the WORST venue I have ever been to. We were treated rudely by every staff member we interacted with & my friend left in tears after they tried to steal her GOVERMENT ISSUED ID
If you are picking up tix at will call come really early. Lines are always long.
Good mid-sized venue. Lots of good bands play here. They need more vegan options in the grill though.
Definitely arrive EXTRA early to an all ages show. The balcony is packed!
Wear earplugs and go early to get a seat upstairs.
The balcony is a great place to catch a show from. You get to sit and enjoy a beer!
Definitely hit the balcony; drinks are reasonably priced and reasonably strong, and you don't have to deal with a bunch of kids.
for a venue of this size it is pretty intimate. saw the bad brains here. great!
I regret not bringing earplugs. They like to crank it to 11.
I enjoy all of the music posters and the wall graffiti people leave behind in the bathrooms.
Get there before the opener if you want to get upstairs to the bar and seated area. Otherwise, you'll be waiting in-line during the entire show.
Want to get to the bar upstairs, for an all ages show? Go early, during the first act ideally, as they limit the capacity pretty stringently up there.
Peter's Room (the downstairs bar) has some excellent food... They make their sauce for their Diablo Tortellini from scratch using orange vodka (top shelf too!) and other fresh ingredients!
Grub @ Peter room is a good value. Not a fan of their chili (all beans), fried mac & cheese was great.
Get there early to grab a seat upstairs
Red Bull and vodka - survival mechanism.
I like to watch people stage dive from the top of the speakers, such as happened at Bad Religion. Also both bars charge the same amount, but the line is oft shorter downstairs.
All good sears or view. A must venue.
Awesome Venue :)
Good concerts :)
No drinks in main room. Fun
NEVER use Will Call if possible - waiting in line for your ticket will take forever!
ware ear plugs.
Double Tee Concerts, founded in 1972 by David Leiken, is Oregon’s oldest and largest concert company.
The layout here is awful. Arrive early or you won't see a thing if you're a shorty like me.
Grab a spot on the balcony and a couple of drinks to see a great show from above.