Pala Alpitour, Turin

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  • Magnificent modern structure born in the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games; the concerts are real events, and also the performance of Gianni Morandi, already seen in the past in other theaters of Turin, is tinged with spectacular thanks to lights, staging and acoustics; easy to get tickets online with reserved seat and easy access (for us 2° ring, in front of the stage, although far); almost magical evening, surrounded by sound vibrations and light with musical instruments that he indulges in accompaniment to the showman.
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  • The March 4 concert by Morricone at Pala Alpitour in Turin. Amazing tails of hundreds of meters in the dark and through the mud for controls at the entrance. Only three gates open for tribune, plus one for the parterre. At 21.00 finally decide to open another door. What happened, nobody can really understand the situation-problems of budget and staff? We can still come after at least 45 minutes, to 21.10, but after us there are still about half of the many thousands of spectators. We don't think it will start before 22.00 to allow everyone to enter. But no, at 21.20 arrive the musicians and a moment later the lights go out and the concert starts in defiance of those who are still coming in and the dangers that will race for another half hour or so those cyclists in the dark to find their place on the steep stairways and narrow walkways of the Sports Hall. We shamefully inadequate organization of the event, which exposed viewers on average older people as well as unnecessary inconvenience to genuine risks to their own safety. Fortunately, the calmness and good sense of the public, and the talent of the great Ennio and skill of 200 artists who have accompanied him did forget to present the inconvenience, but this is not a justification for the managers of the plant, which is a legacy of the city and not u na private property of who bears the burden, but also the honour to manage it. We hope that there are inspection bodies which ensure compliance with rules and agreements.
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  • I paid a 80 euro, 1.5 hours to be queued in the mud, in the dark and cold and watch the show already started. I haven't been able to find plausible excuses to an organization so inefficient and shameful. Obviously I will avoid in the future to come.
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  • Very nice place to hold your conference at. Good facilities, clean, easy acces.
  • My wife and I spent some time in this place for a concert and we were happily surprised about either the organization and the acoustics of this indoor stadium.
  • Great location for big live concert, but still need some upgrading to sounds system
  • The concert was amazing but the organisation was terrible. The doors opened one hour late and they let us stand outside under the rain. Even the people with reduced mobility had to wait outside in the cold... worst organisation ever!
  • Poor queues management. Long waiting time :(
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