U.S. Skating Legends Nancy Kerrigan, Evan Lysacek & More, Plus Singer Scotty McCreery
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All offers for Tribute to American Legends of the Ice have expired.
The last date listed for Tribute to American Legends of the Ice was Wednesday December 11, 2013 / 7:30pm.
Currently at IZOD Center:
- Full Price:
- $16.00 - $76.00
- Our Price:
- $16.00 - $57.25
Mythological and historical creatures come to life in Legends, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's newest circus spectacular. With some of the most amazing performers from around the globe, Legends brings all the gravity-defying acrobatics, breathtaking daredevilry, staggering feats of strength and intricate choreography we've come to expect from "The Greatest Show on Earth" -- and ups the ante with fantastical imagery, as a unicorn, Pegasus and woolly mammoth join in creating a magical experience for the whole family. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar Member
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The one problem was the seating. I have severe back problems and find it impossible to ascend or descend stairs. I had purchased seats in the fourth row.When we got to the entrance gate, there was a long, uneven staircase that was the only way to reach our seats. Unfortunately, the Izod Center does not have a center railing or solid seats to hold on to, so the steps were impossibe for us to negotiate. When I spoke to one of the employees, he said he would see if we could get down another way. Another employee said it was impossible unless we entered through the " hockey gate" entrance. He escorted us down by elevator and showed us to our seats. He also told another employee to let us leave by going down to take the elevator up. At the end of the show, the gentleman who escorted us
showed up and safely got us out. It was quite an experience. There were some patrons behind us who also complained about the difficulty they had had in getting to their seats.
What I find totally incomprehensible is why there is no entrance to the arena at a lower level. There are several people who are not wheelchair bound who cannot manage those stairs, and I feel it is incumbent on the owner/managers to install some kind of safety measure such as a center rail so as not to discriminate against those who cannot walk steps with no support. Also, the staff should be made more aware of alternate methods of getting people to their
seats. We were lucky and thankful to find two employees who knew what to do,even though it was quite unorthodox.
At the very least,I think that Goldstar and the Izod center should clearly indicate that there is no way to reach the lower level other than by this staircase that has no guide railing. This would be only right
for people who cannot safely use the rather dangerous staircase,with its totally uneven levels.
Thank you for your time. Awaiting a reply, I remain
Lesley Cohen email address AuntLal@aol.com.
Lineup of skaters is subject to change without notice.