Tips on changing seats?

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Tips on changing seats?

Postby evilcharles » Tue Mar 03, 2009 1:37 am

I got in on the presale and got two tickets to the Austin show. Luckily.
Sadly they're on two completely different balconies. Does anyone have any experience with fixing this on the day of show?
Is there some head usher or someone else I can speak with?
I'll be happy regardless... But it sure would be special to be able to sit next to my lady and silently enjoy it even more since I get to share this with her.

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Re: Tips on changing seats?

Postby Actually » Tue Mar 03, 2009 1:58 am

Stand up and gather in front of the stage ;-)
(Just joking, don't do so, otherwise I'll be banned from the forum)
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Re: Tips on changing seats?

Postby blue_94_trooper » Tue Mar 03, 2009 2:24 am

Likely your only hope is trying to find a solo person who might want to upgrade (assuming you can offer them a better seat).
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Re: Tips on changing seats?

Postby sharong » Tue Mar 03, 2009 3:45 am

at Radio City, they were checking tickets entering the Orchestra every time you went in. No balcony tickets allowed in orchestra section.

New York theater goers are able to move from balcony to "empty seats" by just moving down..... Not at Radio City.... they were strict about staying in section...

in orchestra..... maybe move down closer.... room to dance on sides of aisles if so inclined

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