Fans liked Luke Bryan at last night's concert, but the venue? Not so much. - Bring Me The News

Fans liked Luke Bryan at last night's concert, but the venue? Not so much.


Reviews are in, and it seems that there are still plenty of issues at U.S. Bank Stadium.

Luke Bryan performed last night for the first ever concert at the Vikings' home base and a lot of attendees were not impressed.

Long lines and lack of food just scratched the surface of some fan's complaints.

The light rail backup issue from the Chelsea-Milan soccer match seemed to have been quelled, but congestion and parking caused problems for drivers.

WCCO reported that many were surprised to find that parking was as high as $25 even several blocks from the stadium.

But, despite the issues of the stadium, people enjoyed Luke Bryan.

Well, most of them anyway.

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