I loved it. It was very inspirational, I am appreciative that I got the opportunity to see him in person and hear him pour out his heart with wisdom for us, the younger generations. He mentioned the difference we all forget between being sorry and accountable, toxic masculinity, the me too movement, and how he grew up (his neighborhood as a whole, the people in his neighborhood, his family, and his struggles). It was great to see someone successful be sooooo humble. It’s an example for all of us.
The sound system was far too loud for the small amount of fans present; the announcer's voice was unintelligible most of the time - it was fuzzy for lack of a better word. Only one concession stand was open and naturally I had to walk halfway around the building to get to it. The advertisement stated "Help us recognize cancer survivors...." was just a gimmick. Cancer survivors were not recognized at the event. We developed headaches from the noise and left in the 3rd quarter.
Seats were very close and uncomfortable if you were a larger frame. Also pretty warm on the floor. The First Lady shaking hands was pulling on us. I felt like I was in a square dance. It would have been nice to be able to stop for a few seconds instead of being herded thru like cattle. After all, we worked hard and should not have been treated like cattle! A little disappointed. But the speaker was great.