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Topic # 248161 12-Mar-2019 18:18
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SWMBO and I have tickets to see Brian Adams.




Today we received an email that says




"We are contacting you to advise that your tickets for the Bryan Adams show, held at TSB Arena on Thursday 14th March will now be on the Flat Floor and not Block 3 giving you an even more Premium experience of the show. Your current tickets remain valid for entry and there are no row or seating amendments."




I could ring Ticketek and ask them (if I had nothing else to do in life!) but I wondered if anyone here could shed any light. We can't work out if that means we are sitting or standing, for a start.

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  Reply # 2196704 12-Mar-2019 18:31
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When I went to Leonard Cohen there they had rows of seats on the floor until about 2/3 of the way back, and then a raised platform with more rows of seats. Sounds like you've just been moved from the back to slightly further forward into the floor seats.

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  Reply # 2196716 12-Mar-2019 18:59
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I have only been there once to see Disney on ice which took up a lot of the floor, and the floor seating did have seats. 




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  Reply # 2196754 12-Mar-2019 20:26
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Also means you might be looking up at the stage a little, but last time we went (to Wicked) the floor seats were on an elevated platform anyway (to protect the sports floor from thousands of feet)



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  Reply # 2196806 12-Mar-2019 21:46
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You can see the floor plan here. I'd say it's very much as others have said above, it appears to all be seated and you've been moved forward a bit.



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  Reply # 2196836 12-Mar-2019 22:41
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Oh well, all good then. I wonder why?

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