We saw Linkin Park on July 26, 2008. The show was great (Linkin Park was AWESOME) but, the way we were routed out of the concert was a REAL problem. I DO NOT understand why they route people away from a 6 lane road (Princess Anne Road) out towards Salem Road (a two lane dark road in the middle of nowhere). I tried to make a U-turn to go back towards Dam Neck Road to avoid getting lost (since there are really no signs explaining how to get back there when you get routed that way) and the policeman that was directing traffic out flagged me down. He was not a nice person at all. I wasn't intentionally trying to break the law, I just don't know my way around Va. Beach enough to not get lost out in the middle of nowhere. I tried to explain that, and all I got was ""I smell alcohol (which was one hell of a magic trick since NOBODY in the car had had anything to drink except cool, clear water ALL DAY) and ""Don't you know how to read signs"". Once I got up the road a ways, people were litterally making U-turns in the middle of a two lane road!!!!!! After the expense of the tickets and then getting totally ripped off for ANYTHING you buy to drink in the amphitheatre, you would think they could come up with a better way. I just don't get it. And, I didn't appreciate getting lost in the middle of nowhere, insufficient signs to let me know where I'm going (I live in Maryland, not Va. Beach and I can't be the only one that doesn't live there that goes to concerts), and then getting accused of driving under the influence. I think I will give Baltimore my money next time. Too bad nobody that has any authority to do anything about this reads these reviews. Maybe they will if people stop attending.