Times Union Center, Albany
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Concerts, Car shows, NCAA Basketball tournament. Hockey etc.. We've been to the TU Center many many times. We were even lucky enough to see Paul McCartney there. Great place for any venue. It's mainta... read more »
I've been to numerous events at the Center, basketball, stand up comedy, ice skating, children's shows and rock concerts. I give this poor rating for the sound quality. It's terrible. I've been to oth... read more »
Nice place Fun time Vacay time Didn't go inside But thought it is cool from outside Colorful area Sparkles
Two Winged Ninja
This arena changes it's name too often and now it's worshiping the Times Useless unreliable newspaper. And 3 big reasons to boycott this distasteful arena: The Albany Donald Trump Rally (Seriously?! He sucks!), The Albany Devils, and the Ringling Bros. Circus (Look-up on Youtube the kind of animal abuse that occurs when they train these animals to serve this people like Gods).
It's getting a little old, but the arena is still a great place to catch a concert and see a minor league AHL hockey game. Wish they would get preseason NHL games again!
Went to a Devils hockey game and the game was great, but not the overall experience. Food not so good. When you are at an arena event you expect prices to be higher, but the quality was poor and quantity was small. Parking was also a problem. Getting a spot was easy, pulled right into the arenas parking garage. Leaving was a nightmare. Almost 25 minutes and we were in the middle of the lot. The problem is the arenas garage puts you on Beaver St. that two other parking garages also exit onto. Who planned this???? Suggestion, two traffic cops and a wooden baracade on Market St. and direct traffic to exit thru the entrance. I bet you could empty the entire garage in 20 minutes or less.
Easy to access arena with a lot of parking options. Seats felt a bit small to me and the food options seemed pricey even for an arena.
Overall a nice venue. However, it's not very accessible for elderly and differently abled... It's design must predate ADA requirements, and as such is in need of an accessibility upgrade.
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