not great seats, not half bad arena sized venue, love forum, not best staduim, best shows, favorite bands, best acoustics
I contacted Sinus Dynamics regarding their treatment for chronic sinusitis using nebulizers. I made an appointment with my doctor to have her write a prescription, driving an hour and a half. After a week I called the company and was informed that the doctor checked irrigation instead of nebulizer treatment. I asked them why they even put it on the same form? I was told that only one of the three medications prescribed were covered by my insurance.
After a little prodding, I found out that my insurance does Not cover their nebulizer either.
It is deceptive selling, I believe, and I am very irritated.
If you need their services, pin them down as to whether your insurance covers their services at the very beginning. I am sure they know wether it will be covered due to past experience. It will save you a great deal of hassle if you are not a rich American and don't want to pay for the treatment out of pocket
best arena sized venue in all of Los Angeles.
This venue is old, but still has the best acoustics in all of Los Angeles. They get the best shows in LA and when you go to the venue you get a very intimate vibe with the artist and the fans.
I love The Forum. I have been seeing all my favorite bands perform here and I will continue to do so because Staple Center just does not seem to care about the fans.
Decent Venue, but not the best. I've been here a few times since the Lakers left, and the truth is as "old news" as the Forum seems it's really not a half bad venue. Not great, mind you, but not bad. If you have a choice between seeing your show here and somewhere else like the Verizon Amphitheatre in Irvine then definitely go somewhere else, but if this is the only place they're playing in the area then enjoy it. The sight lines are all pretty good as long as you aren't behind the stage (which they do sell tickets for so watch out) and it's really been kept up suprisingly well for playing second fiddle to The Staples Center.
L.A.'s landmark sports and entertainment venue remains an ode to Rome and a beacon of hope for the city..
Opened in 1968 and built to evoke the Roman Forum, this iconic circular indoor arena has become a true Los Angeles landmark. From 1967 until 1999, the venue became famous as the home of the NBA and the Los Angeles Lakers, as well as the NHL and the Los Angeles Kings, before the teams moved on to the Staples Center. In late 2000, the building--which seats up to 18,000 people--was purchased by Central Faith Bible Church, a predominantly African-American congregation, which holds services on Sunday mornings. Other nights of the week there is a decidedly different scene going on with concerts from big-name acts as varied as Metallica, Foo Fighters and Sarah Brightman.
OK Concert Venue. This is an OK venue to see a concert if it's being performed in the round. Otherwise, if it's not and you're behind the stage then don't expect to see much of the show, save for a few tokenisms from performers who give you about one minute face time. Yeah, whatever, if you really cared that much about your fans you'd be playing in the round. Get good seats or don't bother going. Seriously, it's not worth it up in the nosebleeds unless you're 15 and don't know any better. Also, Inglewood is not the best area, and there aren't any restaurants around except Sizzler.
Not the best.... Not the best staduim, but better then the huge outdoor ones like Dodgers stadium...
concerts, here?. In my opinion this isn't the greatest venue for concerts. The parking was herrendous, and then the streets were blocked off for the artist to leave which made it horrible to leave. The seats were not great either. This place needs a total makeover, it's old and outdated.
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