We paid $100 each for two ground floor tickets (the highest priced ticket available for this event). We are on the 3rd row. It was impossible to see the performers without moving back and forth to peek through gaps between the people in front of you. The main thing I saw during the 1st half of the show was the woman's head in the seat in front of me.
At intermission, we moved up into the lower part of the arena seating. The view was excellent (we found out there was a hole in the floor and that things had been happening there. Something that could not be seen from the floor). The seats above were also roomier. Our $100 seats were folding chairs that were attached at the legs (no elbowroom at all).
For the price people pay for what is supposed to be the best seats, you would think they would be seats with excellent view and not sardine cans. Maybe they should invest in risers.
I suggest getting seats away from the floor if you plan on watching a show.
Then, to top it off, we wanted to purchase t-shirts. We were told we would have to go to the top floor, which involved going all the way around to the other side of the building. I’m sorry to say we left empty-handed and disgruntled.
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