Restrictions, restrictions, restrictions
Last night was my first night at Blossom. We get there and we had to park in Lot 3 which is literally about a mile away from the stage. So I had the chairs with me we got to the line where they check your bags and they said that I couldn't have the ""camping"" style chairs there because they were too big. So we walked ALL the way back to the car dropped off the chairs, walked ALL the way back.
Once we got in, we got our water that cost 5 dollars each and they took the caps to the water. We asked to have them, since we had lawn seats because people can knock over your drink. They said they don't allow caps on the drinks because of the lawn mowers. But once you sat down, there were a bunch of people with caps on their drinks. Whatever. If you're going to restrict it for one person, restrict it for all. We are grown ups, don't treat us like we are children and can't handle caps on our bottles.
They need a website to list their rules and regulations for those who have not been at that venue before. Jack Johnson was great, but the venue was terrible. And people that sit around you are very rude. They will lay their blankets on yours and take up your seating and they have no problem putting their feet on your blanket ... thats kind of gross. If you do go, I suggest pavilion seating, 20 bucks more expensive, but its worth it.
Oh and one last thing you can smell individuals smoking pot ... while there are kids sitting around them. So if you are against drugs, I wouldn't suggest you go then or even at all. Terrible, terrible venue!!