• Claim This Profile!
    Join thousands of businesses who are using Kudzu to find new customers.

    When you register, you can:

     •  List your specialties
     •  Respond to reviews
     •  Create special offers


White River Amphitheatre

40601 Auburn Enumclaw Road 
Auburn, WA 98092
Phone: (360) 802-1469
Website: seattle.citysearch.com...
Edit Business Info
White River Amphitheatre White River Amphitheatre : Museums & Attractions, Auburn, WA



Reviews
by Lonedragon at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 8/8/2010
Reviews were misleading
I read the reviews before going to the RUSH concert at the White River Amphitheater, and was a bit worried as I saw NO good reviews. But I had an AWESOME experience.We left home early and were 4th car in line before they opened the gates. They opened the gates when they said they would and it was smooth getting in. I asked for handicap parking and the attendants were a bit clueless but they kept leading us to the handicap stalls without problems or having to double back. Parked and got in line at the ADA handicap/ early entry line. I was a bit perplexed when they told the handicap people tp move out of the way for the early entry people when they clearly had an early entry line separate from the handicap line, (with a barricade rail between). But they did give us early entry when the early entry people were done.Some of the staff weren't very knowledgeable, but every one who wasn't was very helpful and polite and got us to the people who were, in a timely fashion. The service desk by the main gate had a shuttle to the seating area for disabled people, and even though we got wet from the rain on the roof coming down, we laughed with the driver, who also got wet . She was very nice.We planted ourselves on the lawn in our beach chairs, (don't take high back chairs) right up front. I was happy that the lawn wasn't steep like a lot of others. My only problem with the seating was that the covered seats were RAISED and they actually blocked our view when they stood up, forcing us to stand as well. No biggy. The sound was awesome and they had screens on either side and then a main screen behind the stage. I still saw the band. When the concert was over, we got shuttled back to the main gate and waited only about 30 minutes or so for the parking lot to empty before deciding to head out. I thought the roads were going to be a pain since the main drag is only one lane each way, but we were rerouted easily with the help of police and signage. Very little traffic. I thought the
Overall



Quality


Service


Value



by KBloomer at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 8/1/2010
Wish I had read these reviews before buying tickets
Ok, so I just bought tickets to a show at the Amphitheater. THEN I find these reviews. I looked up the venue on Google Maps. I'm NOT excited about the parking. Good news for me is that I've got almost 2 months until the concert, so I can scope things out a little better. I'm thinking of parking a mile (or more?) away and just walking. Either that or I'll find a place to go 4 wheeling by the river in the morning and just work my way as close as possible.\r
Overall



Quality


Service


Value



by Spazz at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 7/27/2009
Worst venue EVER!
I've seen a couple shows here, and have nothing good to say about this place. If you get lawn section tickets, it's my opinion that you should just stay home and watch a DVD of live performances by whatever artist you're going to see. The lines are long, had to stand in them for longer than expected, once you get to the front they open ALL the unopened water bottles and soda bottles they say are allowed in, and take the caps. One guy in front of me brought a case of water bottles for an all day show in the middle of August and they opened all the bottles and took the caps.Food and merch prices are high, but then again, they usually are at shows. Getting out there from Seattle is such a pain too, usually having to contend with non-show traffic as well as show traffic.THE PARKING LOT IS ACTUALLY ONE OF THE NINE LEVELS OF HELL. tens of thousands of people crammed into a pit area of parking with one way in and one way out. No signage, and THE MOST UNHELPFUL/INCOMPETENT STAFF I have ever witnessed. The ""parking attendants"" stand around after the show with their hands in their pockets and thumbs up their @$$es doing nothing constructive. The fact that they include parking prices in my tickets was beyond insulting. This place is such a headache to me that I've actually bailed on concerts I'd already paid for just because I didn't want to deal with the BS.Having read through all the reviews of this place to date, I can say I agree with them, the only thing I haven't noticed is the ""farm smell"".
Overall



Quality


Service


Value



by Dono86 at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 7/23/2009
ATTN. ARTIST'S!!!: GO BACK TO THE GORGE!!!!!
the Pig Farm next door has fans designed to send the stench of feces into the theater to make your experience less enjoyable because the farmer does not want the venue there. Like so many others I have seen 1 performance at this pathetic excuse for a major venue and will never return for a plethora of reasons. Artists, I urge you to make sure your agent DOES NOT BOOK YOUR NEXT PERFORMANCE IN SEATTLE AT WHITE RIVER!!!
Overall



Quality


Service


Value



by JCarpe at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 7/20/2009
No Doubt
I went to see No Doubt on 7/19/2009 and the show was great, the venue not so much!\rwe pulled in to park no problem, then stood in a ""line"" for over an hour waiting to get in, once they opened the gates & we had our bags looked throuh, our water bottles poured into cups - this is a huge trash producer, all the bottles of water, soda you brought or purchased were poured into cups all night, creating double the waste for our landfills! On their website they say you can bring in stadium chairs, which I know some people's were confiscated or they took them back to their vehicles they also listed a 20 oz. water bottle (unopened) as being allowed into the venue, NOT TRUE- they poured it out in cup so that if it spilled (everyone's did eventually) you would have to purchase their warm bottle of water/soda for $5.oo+!!! once the show was over we all started walking down one of the 2 sets of stairs leading away from the lawn seats and were all in a crush like a herd of cattle, very frustrating!\rAnd then there's the parking debacle after the show- what a nightmare, I literally sat in my car for over one hour before I even turned it on to leave, no one was moving in ANY direction at one point we saw some ""parking attendants"" walking around, well they were basically chatting with all the people in their stopped vehiclesuntil they found a cute little blonde standing on the hood of her car and gave her their construction orange vest to wear and their traffic directing flashlight to swing around she was doing a little dance for them while we all watched in horror at the situation!\rOnce the traffic did start moving I saw 1 out of 10 parking attendants/employees actually directing traffic and the other 9 standing around together talking with their hands in their pockets Very Frustrating!! and after reading the rest of the reviews on here I don't know if there is any better way of getting in and out of the area since there is only the one 2 lane road they...
Overall



Quality


Service


Value



1 to 5 of 16



Coupons
Marysville Historical Society Captial Campaign
Years available: 1920s-1970s. While supplies last. Open Tues- Thurs 10am-3pm. Other days by appointment only. Please contact the museum for details!
Coupon void if altered.

ex 05/04/2014  |  Valpak coupon »


Other home services categories in Auburn, WA
Kudzu Features
Advice
All Categories
Deals
Guides
Maps
Restaurant Finder
Virtual House

©2014 Cox Search, Inc. All rights reserved. Data provided in part by Localeze and Valpak.