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Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans

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  • Recently attended the Bayou Country Music Superfest at the Superdome - and they pulled it off well..... Good setup for concert, easy entrance and exit even with large numbers of concert goers. Roughly...  more »
  • my girlfriend and I attended the country bayou festival to see Blake Shelton and some others perform. We loved the space, comfortable seating, easy access to food vendors, and beverage stands, the ter...  more »
  • We went for a two day concert over Memorial Day. The majority of the staff was clueless. No one had any idea where Will Call was and redirected us 3 times. There was also complete confusion as to whic...  more »
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  • Just visited recently for the Essence Festival! The Superdome is gigantic (of course it is but still when you see it in person, it can be quite intimidating. There are various ways to get into the supermodel so check out the map before you head out to visit . The food vendors were amazing, we had some really good fish, mac and cheese and shrimp. The drinks were pretty pricey (9.25 for a single cocktail, 15 for a double.) but they were very strong and the bartenders were extremely nice. On to our seats, we were in the 640 section, so basically we had to go up 4 escalators and walk up to our seats. These are essentially nose bleed seats but we had a breathtaking view of the entire stage and it ended up being perfect for the Essence Festival. We were far enough away that the noise and lights were not overwhelming and they even had large screens on either side of the main stage so you could see the performers better. Now the steps were up and down in section 640 truly terrifying at time and going up and down was not an easy task. The steps are huge( they about 14" per step) and one wrong move and you could easily tumble down. I suggest not wearing heels or bringing flats if you're attending a concert and have seats at the top. I appreciated being able to wear flats and it made it easier to move around. My friend and I noticed that everyone working the event was very pleasant and welcoming. People genuinely seemed to enjoy their jobs. SO happy I was able to attend this years Essence Festival and I can't wait to come back next year!!
  • Great venue seating for concerts are nice. There are open areas for the handicapped using wheelchairs. A variety of food concession stands. Alligator sausage was a surprise and it was very tasty. The sound system was great. Rhonda Ross, India Irie, John Legend, and Diana Ross were great.
  • It was cool. Just make sure you get good seats. The top level is scary. We were in section 627. Had to look at monitor to see performer.
  • The essence festival concerts were hosted here. It was a nice venue. The only problem was that the musicians not on the main stage had small crowded rooms so I didn't get to see groups that I wanted to see like xscape.
  • Watched the Saints destroy the Panthers at the Superdome it was an amazing experience! The the tailgating and concert before the game was something only New Orleans could host. The only issue we had was our seats were very high and the air conditioners were right on top of our section and it was even cold for us Canadians! Overall it's an amazing facility and it very special to watch a game hosted by New Orleans Saints.