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The End Zone Bar & Grill

1650 N. Farnsworth Ave., Aurora, IL, 60506
(630) 851-2555
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The End Zone Bar & Grill
1650 N. Farnsworth Ave.
Aurora, IL 60506
(630) 851-2555
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Jul 26, 2008 - boneman
Avoid this place if you are looking for a place to play

Recent events have shown The End Zone to have poor management. Including the double booking of events and then not telling the bands or their fans that they cancelled a show. To top it all off their attitude towards the bands and potential customers were found to be extremely rude.

The band Urn a popular Chicago Band was scheduled to play a show there on the 25 of July, 2008. Their show was booked for a while. When they arrived to the venue, they and the 3 other bands that were suppose to be playing were told that their show was cancelled because they had another event running. Now, It is customary to, maybe, to let someone know in advanced that their show is cancelled especially since the bands were pushing the show to get people to come out. In addition to that, the show is actually still listed on their Myspace page. The last time Urn played this place the doorman had said that it was the fullest he had seen the place. People come out for them and this is how they were treated.

In the end the bands were out of luck, they traveled for nothing and the establishment wouldn't even compensate them for the gas they spent to come out. All this could have been avoided with a simple phone call a day or 2 before the event by the place saying we double booked and bumped your show. If this is how they treat performing bands that bring in revenue how do you think they will treat their customers?

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