Magnetic Hill Concert Site

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Located in Moncton in Canada, the Magnetic Hill Concert Site is a live music venue. One of the largest music venues in Canada, this venue was originally built in 1984 for the purpose of papal mass held by Pope John Paul II. This venue was later redesigned and turned into a concert venue. This site is also home to the Magnetic Hill Music Festival and artists like The Rolling Stones, Eagles, AC/DC, U2, Nickelback, and Bruce Springsteen among many others have performed here. 

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  • Magnetic Hill Concert Site Address: Moncton, NB E1G 3H3, Canada
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  • 64.79% of people who visit Moncton include Magnetic Hill Concert Site in their plan

  • 33.77% of people start their Magnetic Hill Concert Site visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Magnetic Hill Concert Site

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95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Magnetic Hill Concert Site

People normally club together Magnetic Hill Zoo and Magnetic Hill Park while planning their visit to Magnetic Hill Concert Site.

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Magnetic Hill Concert Site Reviews & Ratings

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  • Well done for the concert great show just wished smoking and pot smoking and vapping were not allowed in such a big crowd people need to learn respect

  • Saw AC/DC on Sept 5. This review is for the venue, not the band(which was 5/5 as well). Fantastic venue, well planned and well equipped. No long lines for anything except band merchandise. Be warned, it is a long hike in and out, but if that's not an issue, you gotta see a show here. Great site.

  • I've been to multiple concerts at this location and every time entrance and exits have been quick and efficient - even for a crowd of 80000. I'm reviewing the grounds and location, not the typical pricey concert food and merch. This is an excellent place to take in a show. Gets very muddy and water logged with a little rain however. Parking can end up being quite a distance from here but there are usually shuttles and buses running for events. Typically, the entire street from the Trans Canada to the concert site is closed during event times.

  • More a review of the site. This is not a site that can truly handle a mega concert. I typically avoid crowds but wanted to see U2 here. Parking , there is no parking at the site for a crowd like it was. Now this was a 'known' and we used a shuttle service. But it added to the inconvenience. The walk from the shuttle site to the venue was quite a hike, and the 'shuttle site' was really that you were dropped off on the side of a secondary road. The site is a field. If it is wet at all be prepared for it to turn into a mud fest. For a crowd of 10,000 or maybe 15,000 might not be too bad. If you contrast this experience to seeing a concert in a venue meant to handle the crowd the experience is so much better.

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