Clean, spacious, recommended
I think it was Gary Brooker of Procol Harum who once said that musicians tend to put some extra effort when playing London, since the London audience have seen it all, and one wants to leave a lasting impression nevertheless.
I suppose Rome is very much like London in that respect. And not only the local audience, few minutes in the auditorium toilets (clean, spacious, recommended) taught me that people came in flying to Rome from several countries especially for the show.
So, along with the amazing acoustic that this open air venue provided, we have experienced an immaculate show. (Ok, one small glitch during Peace, but true Peace, we should remember, is very hard to achieve). I’m sure anyone who flew over especially for the show, was very happy to have made this decision. I know I did.