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The Ritz

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Bob D wrote a review Oct 2019
Glen Allen, Virginia69 contributions34 helpful votes
First time here. Parking $8 right at venue. Saw Theory of a Deadman and the a acoustics were perfect. Nice balance of all instruments; very loud but not overly so. Tickets were $25. Drinks about $9-10 each. We also paid $35 each to be upstairs. Great sight lines being above the crowd and still close. We chose to stand vs paying another bunch of money for a seat but could be worth it if your favorite band. Private bar upstairs with little to no wait. Some snacks like chips and dip, chicken salad and brownies for free. Nice venue; hope to be back.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Spankyff wrote a review Sep 2019
Virginia229 contributions84 helpful votes
Been here a few times and for the most part it is in line with other venues. Glad to see they do some good security checks prior to entering. Expensive beer, loud patrons but that happens. Really good acoustics here. General admission is standing only.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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buckyld wrote a review Aug 2019
Fayetteville, North Carolina39 contributions54 helpful votes
Aaron Lewis was amazing, plenty of parking, great acoustics. However, security had a chip on their shoulders like they want to kick you out or call the police, especially the short female with the bad haircut, absolutely rude and unprofessional. The off duty police officers were very professional and courteous. There is no seating available unless you get VIP tickets, no seating-not even a barstool, and you could not purchase upgrade tickets once you’re there, should be a warning for people w disabilities. Then my wife decided to leave early, when I went to walk her to her Uber they threatened to not let me back in. I told them to kick me out then because I was walking my wife to the car. They let me re-enter and acted like they did me a favor. Aggravating night, I don’t recommend
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Date of experience: August 2019
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TMZ wrote a review Jun 2019
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania75 contributions21 helpful votes
Loved this venue! Staff and security were great. Would love if all venues were like the ritz. Security treated you with respect and were actually big enough dudes to do the job. Would definitely recommend a show here. If you are not into crowd surfers get a seat. We were on the rail and had no problems.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Shaiee84.sl wrote a review Apr 2019
Wilson, North Carolina10 contributions2 helpful votes
It was a good experience for me and my daughter. We enjoyed ourselves. Although there were people drinking and smoking in the building when they weren’t supposed to. Someone passed out behind us. Everyone was pushing and shoving to get closer to the stage on the ground floor. There were only seats in VIP which was on the balcony and if you wanted to sit you were required to pay an extra $30-$60. Also, the artist said that he would sign autographs if you purchased a shirt but the autograph was an extra $60 as well. It was pretty pricey but an experience at the same time.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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