American Music Theatre, Lancaster

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Theater · Concert / Show
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  • This was our first time here. From the parking to leaving after concert was great. The staff was friendly and helpful. Seats were comfortable with leg room.  more »
  • Great place to see a show. Not too big, comfortable seats, good sound. We recently saw the group Resurrection (a Journey tribute band). Very good show 2 hours long. Very few empty seats. The only....  more »
  • It's such a great place to see a show. Easy to get to. Easy access inside the theater to restrooms and the gift shop. There's not a bad place to sit in the whole theater. No alcohol which is great. Everyone is there to have a great time and enjoy the shows. I just love it!
  • Saw Alan Parsons Project. Great show. Oh, the memories of years gone by. Great sound. Can't believe the seats have so much leg room, wish airlines would take note. There's even a cup holder. Some other reviewers complained about how long it took to leave the parking lot. The time it took was very reasonable considering there is only one exit. Maybe they never been to a sports game in Philadelphia or remember how long it took to leave a concert in the 70's. I didn't care then don't care now. After all I never needed to go anywhere important after a show. Although I didn't buy anything at the snack bar prices seemed reasonable. The small gift shop really didn't have anything interesting. Didn't like people coming in after the show started but it was handled well. Also didn't like the "usual" when people stand or come running to the front. These days I rather sit, relax and enjoy. But I get it. Just strange seeing everybody older now at a concert. Didn't happen till Alan invited them to come forward near the end. There wasn't to many that came running toward the stage anyways, maybe he thought this was a younger crowd. There were probably only 5 or 10 under age 50 in the whole place. Accept me, I was 17, again, in my dreams. Party!!!

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