I'm sure I won't be the first or last to complain of the seating in the Koger Center. No center aisle is an aggravation.
I visited the Kroger Center to see the performances by Alvin Ailey. I purchased four grand tier seats. The view was great and the rules are set. No entry or exiting once the show begins. I enjoyed my evening and there were no issues. Bathrooms were very convienent during intermissions and pauses.
We ventured to the Koger Center to watch Dracula the ballet. The building is very nice and clean and all the staff that were working the event were pleasant. There are 3 seating levels inside the venue with the top level not being used during the performance we were at. Our tickets were for seat 1 and 2 row H,so... More
Benn there numerous times with my wife for the Broadway Series...and also for dance concerts and some other events. Great seating reasonable pricing sound acoustics were very good no matter where we sat. Parking can be hard at times esp. when it's a sold out event...but manageable if you go early enough....Bar snack facilities need to be bigger and even... More
We saw Bill Maher here last weekend and it's certainly intimate--though not uncomfortable. It follows in a weird trend of Columbia facilities: though being a larger city and the capital of the state, the Charleston counterpart is larger. This holds true of the cities' convention centers, coliseums, and performing arts centers. Nonetheless, great place to see a stand up show!
this venue holds many concerts and other events that expand beyond the college crowd. I hope all enjoy it as much as I did.
Treated our Daughter with tickets to this show for her birthday. Front row seats in third level balcony. A little far away from the stage, but excellent acoustics! Might be the most acoustically venue I have ever been in. Very clean and comfortable seats. Loved it!
We attended a wonderful production of Les Miserable this weekend. Amazing show...however, the Koger center leaves much to be desired. A beautiful building. The accoustics are fair. The lighting at the end of each row detracts from the stage performances for a show such as Les Mis. Our group ended up having to hold our programs up to our heads... More
At The Last Event, We Had To Move Twice Do To People Drenched in Perfume and Cologne. I Was Lucky I Brought My Inhaler. My Lungs Are Still Raw And I Had To Be Put On Prednisone. I Wish People Would Just Wash And Wear Deodorant. But Dump Half A Bottle Of Cologne On...How Horrible. Rows Back People Were Complaining.... More
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