DTE will always be Pine Knob to me. But that's beside the point. This is a great place to see a concert because you have so many seating options. There isn't a bad seat anywhere in the pavilion and on the grass you can be as close or far away from those around you as you want. Lawn seating, which is first come first served, isn't particularly comfortable because you're sitting on the grass but it's tolerable and if you're seeing your favourite band in concert are you really going to be seated for that? Besides the lawn seats are privy to the three 9 X 12 video screens and the two giant screens that are located on either side of the stage. I've never had a bad experience seeing a concert there. The sound is always great as is the lighting. The food and drink selections are pretty good too. My only gripe is the price of concert tickets to the bands I want to see is really expensive but then they're pretty popular right now so that's to be expected. Pine Knob, oops, DTE, also pass out a TON of vouchers for the lesser popular bands they book. For those, I believe, you only have to pay the $3 "parking" fee (which is per person now, not per car like it used to be) and then you are allowed a lawn seat. Now that's a great inexpensive way to see some of your old favourite bands.