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Royal Farms Arena, Baltimore

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  • I am the person in the crowd when it is 90 that is wearing a sweater. We went to see Journey on 6/14/17. I was profusely sweating as soon as I walked in and it never got better. We were in the middle ...  more »
  • Saw the Neil Diamond concert on the 9th of June at Royal Farms. We used to live in Maryland and went to the arena when it was called the civic center. Not much has changed and the place could use a li...  more »
  • I just saw Neil Diamond here and the hall was perfect for this show...yes there are signs of aging, but when the lights are lowered it doesn't matter where you are...over the years this venerable buil...  more »
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  • The arena itself is good and happy that they are bringing big groups to the city. I have a big problem and a complaint which I will bring to the city's attention (MTA Bus driver almost hit my family and yelling at us while the pedestrian walk sign was in our favor). My other big problem is that I spent $825, yes do I need to repeat $825 for Neil Diamond tickets. I went to the Royal Farms Arena website and it directed me to Vivid Seats. Bought the tickets in March and I thought everything was fine. Ah... Think again, the tickets I bought were for section 228, good seats and low with an awesome straight up view. I thought this is going to a Birthday to remember, we'll it is. Not knowing the sections of the arena I looked at my $825 ticket.. Section 228, row Q... There is no ROW Q..... I called Vivid Seats with no live person to answer my questions. I then sent them a message via email and I told them I just printed my tickets and my seats of which I paid $825 for were not right. Vivid Seats said "Read The Fine Print"... (Fumed).. Going back on the Royal Farms Arena website, I found my $825 seats still available. Hum.... My lawyer friend told me how this works. The section 228 will always be open for top dollar and they will move the person paying the top dollar to section 223 or 219. Corruption at is best. I was taken and Highly recommend " Nobody Buys Off Vivid Seats". If the arena site takes you there, go to a different site. So upset Royal Farms Arena and Vivid Seats can do this....
  • Good ticket service, for the density of patrons; never in line too long. Food and drinks are good, though pricey, as to be expected in a venue such as... Don't let that stop you! Lots of fun to be had.
  • Nice arena. I watched Ringling bros circus, it was awesome. Only concern is there is very less gap between 2 rows and if somebody comes late it is diffucult to get to their seats. Mostly others have to come out to let them in. Otherwise it is very good. Staff are very helpful in directing you for your seats and any other help.
  • Went for a WWE event and waited in line to find out that the Budweiser was out and was expected to go back to a different line if I wanted Bud Lite which was being dispensed by the guy right next to her on the counter. They ran out of and/or were unable to keep up with food so much so that my friend needed 45 minutes to get some water and chicken tenders before the show got going. Security wasn't done in lines​ so much as it was a mass of people trying to get through a few doors. But hey, the place didn't fall down, the seats were comfy and the beer and water vendors were frequent at the seats so, once you got settled, it was good times.
  • Nice arena, not the largest but more intimate. It's like a college basketball court. Parking is the difficult thing, never drive or park in the garages near by because it will take almost an hour just to get out of the garage. Park a mile away and walk.