[metalgodess] Saturday, September 03, 2011 9:03:57 AM
If it helps, its directly to the right side of the stage, section 118, row 10. (I don't know if this will mean anything unless you are familiar with the layout of the Air Canada Center. But thanks for your advice, Bud. I just want to have a great time. The Spousal Unit () was afraid to get anything higher up in a balcony, because then he runs the risk of me stage-diving, landing in the drum kit and getting arrested.....hmmmmm.......still could happen if I play my cards right... [Show/Hide Quoted Message](Quoting Message by Budred from Saturday, September 03, 2011 8:48:29 AM)
I'd say that there are a few things to consider. First how close to the stage are the seats on the side.
Too close on the side gives you an obstructed view of the stage. Assume there are 5 sections on the side.
The second half of sec. 2 and sec. 3 would be ideal. You would be over top of the crowd, you would be close
enough to the stage to see everyone in the band clearly, and you would be back far enough to enjoy the
stage show. If you take the floor seats is it festival seating or reserved. If it's festival take the floor seats and
arrive early and you'd probably end up next to the stage. If it's reserved try to get in the first 5 or 6 rows or
you'll probably be constantly on the move trying to see overtop the people in front of you.If this turns out to be
the case stick with the side. You can rest, have a great view, and have a more enjoyable experience.
This was today's babble from Budred. Peace!
Got a bit of a dilemma - have what I am assuming are good seats - lower level, to the right of the floor seats - possibly a good view of Ian LOL....but now a friend has asked if we want to go in on some floors instead.....and sell my tickets.....don't know if I should - rows 7, 12, 20 & 29 are still available according to the ticket info, but it'll cost a bundle. I figured that since it's my first Priest show I should go for it, but I don't know which will be a better spot to be in...