‪Frost Amphitheater‬

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mini
فريمونت, كاليفورنيا161,920 مساهمة
يونيو 2019
‪We've enjoyed going to several events at Frost Ampitheater at Stanford. Its a nice open air green grass area. We enjoyed going to a music concert.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 16 أبريل 2020
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JillClardy
ريدوود سيتي, كاليفورنيا780 مساهمة
أكتوبر 2019
‪We visited on a beautiful autumn evening for a Willie Nelson concert. Parking, though expensive at $30 per car, is located just 2 blocks down Lasuen Way, a short walk to the entrance to the Amphitheater. Many people also biked or used ride sharing services. We parked at 4:00, then walked over to the Town & Country Shopping Center for an early dinner,and then returned to line up shortly after 5:00 for the 5:30 scheduled opening of the gates. Security - bag checking and scanning, was quick and efficient. Seating is not assigned, so it's best to get there early if you want to be close to the stage.

The bag rule is fairly strict; only plastic see-through bags, no handbags or backpacks, no large blankets, no cameras with removable lenses. The bag size policy was aggressively enforced, and we saw a number of people sent back to bag check in the adjacent building - Bing Hall. You can bring your own picnic food, but no drinks whatsoever except for sealed or reusable water bottles, 20 oz. or less. You can also bring stadium seats, but no chairs with legs. There were chairs set up on the lower level, but those filled quickly with people that had probably lined up at 4:00 or earlier. We did manage to get a spot about 4 rows beyond the lower level with a nice view of the stage. The stepped terraces are quite wide, enough to spread out your blanket, lean back against the concrete curb, stretch your legs out, and still allow enough room for people to pass by. They rows are not numbered or marked in any way, so finding your way back after a bathroom or refreshment break can be tricky, particularly after dark ! I identified our terraces as "2 rows from the leaning oak tree".

The restrooms are large and modern, though the usual long line forms during the intermission. Beer, wine and sodas are sold at rather high prices, but probably similar to what you'd pay at any concert or ballgame. You can even buy a full bottle of wine which is poured into a plastic decanter. Everything is sold in cans or plastic - no glass is allowed in the venue. Several pricey food options were also available, and at times the lines were rather long.

The temperature was perfect at sunset, though started to get chilly soon thereafter, but one fleece jacket was enough to ward off the chill. We also had the bonus of a full moon that glowed softly over the terraces.

It was a lovely evening and a fun concert, and I would definitely visit this beautiful venue again. It's close to home, access and parking is easy, and it's a no-stress evening. I have Followed their Facebook page so that I get notified of future concerts.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 13 أكتوبر 2019
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motile
بالو ألتو, كاليفورنيا237 مساهمة
زوجان • يوليو 2019
‪Went to an amazing concert here at the newly renovated Frost Amphitheater on Stanford University campus. The San Francisco Symphony performance of Beethoven's 9th began at 4PM. Visiting conductor, Gemma New, wowed us all. However, I was pretty miserable in the hot sun. There is very little shade in this venue. My advice would be to go to an evening concert. If you can't do that, get seats over in the far right meadow near the wall, bring lots of water, sunscreen, a wide brimmed hat and maybe even something to cover your arms and neck.
I paid for a seat because I have knee issues, but there is a large lawn seating area which would be great for families. If you get there early, you may be able to sit under one of the few trees. The venue is tiered -- with each tier elevated about 6" by a concrete curb.
If you haven't been to a concert recently, you should check out the Frost website so you won't be surprised by all the restrictions on what you can bring in -- only unopened plastic water bottles, no umbrellas, no chairs with legs, no large purses or large cameras and lots more! Many people seemed to be familiar with the routine and were prepared with gallon sized, clear plastic bags containing all their gear.
Parking is very expensive, but we took the local 22 bus on El Camino and walked up to the amphitheater.
The process of getting in and finding our seats was problem free. There are loads of bag checkers and ushers who go out of their way to help everyone especially those with mobility problems.
I want to return after the heat of the day to enjoy this beautiful place that is able to draw world renowned artists.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 16 يوليو 2019
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