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  I have been to many shows at Soldier Field. There is a very bad overhang with 100 and 200 level seating.  The level above these sections juts out over rows 10-20 of each of these sections.  The first few rows are not affected much.  As the rows going higher approach 20, it affect one's view and definitely ruins the sound quality. You will hear distorted drums and bass and little, if any vocals or guitar.  We could not see properly and that sound!  ARRGGGHH.

In short, those seats suck and are top tiered in price.  I'm sorry to bear such bad news.

The 360 tour was the first time I sat in those sections of SF; I'd always been on the other side.  I was bummed for a minute, then confused and then I got angry. There was no need. Soldier Field is very accommodating.  The staff is excellent.  I figured out where to go and to whom I should speak for for a 'relocate', which is the keyword if you are not already aware.  Using it can save time, confusion and spare one some of the dreaded 'concert day bad seat anxiety'.

  I was treated with respect. I was very graciously, and quite surprisingly, put in the first row of our section.  We were right by the stage.  If you already have seats where the overhang exists...don't freak out over this.  If you politely ask, they go out of their way to see to it you are accommodated. I am not an official spokesman for Soldier Field.  I speak with no authority. I can only speak from my experience(s). I am posting this to let people know in advance so they can make decisions accordingly.  This affects ADA seats immensely-there is info below.

 

The overhang is its worst on the side of the stadium where sections 104, 105, 106, etc. are located.  It is less severe, if any issue at all, on the other side. I had never noticed any overhang on Edge's side. ( Sections 143, etc.)

 

UPDATE: LINK TO SCROLLING VIEW OF YOUR SECTION IN THE STADIUM:

https://rukkus.com/v...l-sideline-105/

 

That is a link to the view of section 105 in Soldier Field.  (Many thanks to satsignal who posted a link for a different section, the main site is: rukkus.com)  You can hold down on the left mouse button and scroll 360 degrees to see the overhang up close. You can do this on rukkus.com for all sections of the stadium

There are 20 rows in the 100 sections; row 20 is the accessible seating row.  From what I have been able to see-rows 10 through 20 are the rows where the view will most be affected by that dreadful overhang. I hope this helps so you can get relocated if necessary. 

 

Here is a link to the view of section 205:

 

https://rukkus.com/venue/soldier-field-tickets/seat-views/club-level-205/

 

If you are in ADA (wheelchair/accessible/companions)...unfortunately this overhang most affects you.  I'm very sorry to say that.  The sound is awful. There is no view.  I know from experience. They save some extra seats on the ADA platform, which is on the field, in the GA section.  That is a SWEET place from which to watch these shows. There were no platforms for previous shows at SF, but I started to notice them last Summer and they are nice.  You have easy access in/on/off/out/back in.  Restrooms and vendors nearby.

If not on the platform: Anything but the front row does not work well with everyone standing. I've stared at butts many times and the sound is not very good no matter the cuteness of the butt!  ;)   I would be there as soon as the gates open. People with ADA challenges can be dropped off right at the front gate.

You can go to soldierfield.net and enter ADA and a bunch of info pops up which may help you have the best concert possible.  I also suggest calling Soldier Field once it is in season.  Right now it's closed and I cannot reach anyone save people who work for the Bears.  If you call before the show...it is my experience that they will get you arranged so you do not have to worry about changing your seat the day of the show.  Again, I cannot officially speak for Soldier Field.  I can say they have always helped me before the day of the show.  It never hurts to mention being a member of the fan club but I cannot say that officially either.  They are very good with ADA

 

 

HERE IS AN APPLICABLE PART OF AN ARTICLE I FOUND WHICH MIGHT MAKE EVERYONE WHO IS WORRIED FEEL BETTER:

(This lady and her husband flew from Europe to see the show in Chicago.)

 

  By this time, I was crying. I couldn't help it because it was so horribly horribly wrong. We couldn't see. We couldn't hear. We were so close, and might as well have been outside the stadium listening to what came out on the wind. By the fifth song, I had HAD IT. The cost-benefit calculus had shifted--I would rather leave to complain, no matter what I might miss, because I was already missing it anyway. After a brief stop to cry in the bathroom (so I wouldn't embarrass myself) I went in search of --what? What can be done at a time like this? Is there anyone who can refund my money? Can I find somewhere that is at least better than here? Someone I can bitch to?
It took a while--like another 4 songs, but I found somebody with the authority to do something. He handed me tickets on the other side of the stage, where there was no overhang. Downside, they were not together. But it was better than what we had, so we took it.
  As I walked out from the vending corridor down to my seat--it was better than I had dreamed it would be for all those weeks before. The 360 video screen didn't just show the band, but was being used artistically. The light show turned the entire stadium different colors, and lights periodically shot up into the sky. The night was perfect, the band was phenomenal, and it was a FANTASTIC OUTSTANDING concert that totally filled my geeky fan girl heart.
It was nearly enough to make up for the horrible horrible start. I was in the front row, actually, and on Edge's side of the stage. When Bono came out on one of the bridges and pretended to climb down into the audience, he was straight in front of me, separated by a few yards of field. When the band played a remix version of "Crazy," Larry stopped right in front of me with his cool African drum. Words can't really capture the feeling of being surrounded by music and lights, being immersed in music I love, while simultaneously being close to the actual human beings who are making the music. I need to stress this, because the concert was wonderful, and as I walked into the arena to the new seats I got to have that moment where you have to stop and say "This is AWESOME!"

 

-Safe travels and great shows to everyone. 

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I was re-reading posts about the 360 Tour where the overhang at Soldier Field caused obstructed views (and poor sound quality) in the upper rows of the seating of the 100s sections.  I got Red Hill presale tickets this morning for section 105, row 17, which is EXACTLY the section and row(s) that were referenced in these posts as being the worst seats.  I am heartbroken at the moment that I may have pulled less than optimal seating.  I am wondering if this was just an issue because of The Claw stage and would not be an issue with The Joshua Tree stage or if these are really poor seats.  Can someone who is familiar with Soldier Field shed some light on this and let me know if these seats are really as poor as has been written by other posters?  Thanks.  

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  I already posted about this for the current presale.  It is in the general section for The Joshua Tree Tour.  If your view is obstructed you should ask for a relocate.  They allocate a number of tickets.  You have to ask, though, and you may have to wait a bit but it's worth it if the same happens to you which happened to us.  I was in section 105...last row.

I sat in my seat for all of three minutes, decided no way and very nicely asked.  They moved us to the front row of section 105.  I watched the rows fill up as people got up and asked the usher only to be pointed where I went.  Get there early!  I cannot say what they will do this time but I cannot say enough good things about Soldier Field and the United Center and every other venue I've seen shows at in Chicago.  Good Luck.  If I can be any help just pm me. 

 

My grammar is deteriorating and it already sucks!  lol   Let me know what happens so I can let others know for future shows at Soldier Field.

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Thanks so much.  I'm in Madison, WI, so we're "neighbors."  I'm just really upset because I bought tickets for other people, and these "looked" so good when I purchased them (especially since they were deemed good enough to be the paperless tickets).  Trying to Google search, I'm only seeing U2 fans posting about this issue, no one is commenting on this situation online about other concerts that are held there (that I could find), so I was starting to have some hope that this perhaps was limited to the 360 Tour and the height/dimensions of The Claw and screens.  I'll check out your post(s) in the general sections.  Thanks again so much!

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Thanks again for your informative post.  I posted the same concern in the presale thread to which you so kindly replied.  Hopefully a mod could merge the threads or delete my other thread in the presale forum so that's its not a duplicate.  

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Unfortunately, I'm way beyond freaked out. This is to be someone's birthday gift and now I can't bear the thought of telling my friends they are the worst possible seats at Soldier Field. I spent almost $1000 for seats and presale access and am sick over this.

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Unfortunately, I'm way beyond freaked out. This is to be someone's birthday gift and now I can't bear the thought of telling my friends they are the worst possible seats at Soldier Field. I spent almost $1000 for seats and presale access and am sick over this.

  If your ticket does not say obstructed view then your view should not be obstructed.  However, ours were for 360.  We were accommodated.  I have had nothing but good experiences with this venue. 

My point is don't worry but get there early.  Check out your seats.  They may well be great.  If not, ask for a relocate.  They do everything possible to get you equal or better seats than you originally purchased.  The earlier you get there the better your chances are for the best possible resolution and it may not even be a problem.  I've always just avoided those seats after the 360 show.  If they were my only option; I would buy them and ask for a relocate.

The reason I posted is to tell people in those seats to get there early.  I'm not sure if you are from Chicago but it is crazy insane when Soldier Field has a show.  It can take an hour to go three blocks.  I would be there when the gates open or shortly after the fact.

If the overhang is not an issue-you have amazing seats.  I would be excited.

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Thanks so much.  I'm in Madison, WI, so we're "neighbors."  I'm just really upset because I bought tickets for other people, and these "looked" so good when I purchased them (especially since they were deemed good enough to be the paperless tickets).  Trying to Google search, I'm only seeing U2 fans posting about this issue, no one is commenting on this situation online about other concerts that are held there (that I could find), so I was starting to have some hope that this perhaps was limited to the 360 Tour and the height/dimensions of The Claw and screens.  I'll check out your post(s) in the general sections.  Thanks again so much!

Howdy neighbor.  I shall be in Madison on Feb 21 and 22 to see The Head and the Heart.  If you do not know this band...check them out and see if you like them. I love them.  I've seen them over a dozen times now.  Tickets are $42 or so.  I would pay $300 to see them. (If I had it.)

You are very welcome, by the way.   Read what I wrote above.  I wouldn't worry but get there early.

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I found this picture on Twitter by searching Soldier Field 105.  It looks pretty representative as it appears to be taken from a high row close to the aisle next to 104, which is where I am. 

 

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It would be impossible to relocate all of the fans affected, I'm surprised those seats are still being sold at that price to fan club members.  http://mistressofallevil.blogspot.com/2009/09/in-which-i-bitch-about-soldier-field.html

That is why I say get there as early as possible.  Many people will not ask to be relocated. It was not necessary at Soldier Field but if this happens...I ask politely.  If they do not I ask a little less politely.  If not even less until I demand it. I've only had to demand it a couple times and never in Chicago.  If the ticket does not say obstructed view...you have a right to a seat where your view is not obstructed or a refund.  That is the law.  That being said, I have seen and dealt with a man who has stacks and stacks of tickets.  He has them for issues such as this in addition to other reasons.  For the 360 tour I watched as people got up and went up and came back and sat in the rows in front.  I literally watched it happen. I was the first to do this and we got on the aisle in the front row of my section which was right next to the stage. The next person who asked sat next to us and it continued.  I cannot say this will happen.  All I can say is it did, so don't lose hope.  Not everyone in those seats is going to see what I'm writing nor will they know what to do so they will sit in those bad seats.  I can't say enough good things about the staff at Soldier Field.  It may be that this is not an issue.  I fear it may so I say get there early and if it is bad...you stand the best chance and I think you are gonna be pleasantly surprised based on what I watched in the past.  Soldier Field has big shows all the time.  They are gonna be prepared.

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  I have been to many shows at Soldier Field. There is a very bad overhang with 100 level seating.  The 200 level juts out over the last 5 or 6 rows.  It can affect one's view and sound quality. For the 360 tour...when we sat down we could not see but 1/4 of the stage.  Granted, it was a tad large. :)

  I am not one to just sit and deal with it.  If the ticket does not say obstructed view then one's view should not be obstructed.  I got all fired up ready to argue the fact and had no need.  Soldier Field is very accommodating.  The staff is excellent.  I asked an usher and was told where to go and to whom I should speak. 

  I was put in the first row of our section and we were right by the stage.

My point:  If you already have seats where the overhang exists...don't freak out as I would be doing.  If you politely ask, you will be accommodated.

I am not an official spokesman for Soldier Field.  I speak with no authority but can speak from my experience. AGAIN...I cannot officially speak for Soldier Field. 

  The overhang is its worst on the side of the stadium where sections 104, 105, 106, etc. are located.  It is less severe on the other side.  My experience is that if one does not act entitled or aggressive or angry or bitchy...they will do everything they can to make it right for you.  Please don't use this to get better seats if you are under the overhang but can see and the sound is good. I've seen many do it only to return to the same seats.

  If you look on the map and see where the disabled dots are located in these sections...about five or six rows in front of that are the seats I highly suggest avoiding.  However, I'd rather be up front than way back no matter.  It is a personal preference.

  My advice is get there early and check out your seats and address the issue as soon as you can.  I cannot give you his name but the man in charge is quite busy but they always call him and I wind up very happy if it is an issue.  Don't freak out if you already have those seats.

  Please remember those who are in the handicapped section and let them go first if applicable.  The staff will get to you.

  Good Luck.  May we all have a great view and safe travels. 

  Sorry I could not post this sooner.  I hope it helps.

                            GO BLACKHAWKS!  GO Packers!  I would not say that if the Bears were contenders.

Do you happen to know if the 400-level hangs over the 300-level. I'm in 332 for Chicago - last row. Also, my wife and I try to stand throughout the whole show, which is why we try to get last row seating as to not obstruct others' views. I noticed that my section has accessible seating behind - do you know if standing would obstruct the view of fans using wheelchairs at Soldier Field, or is the accessible section elevated enough? Thanks for any info you have!

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Here is a good link to show your section. It's 360 view scrool up and see the overhang

 

https://rukkus.com/venue/soldier-field-tickets/seat-views/

 

I hope this takes any worries away.

That's helpful - thank you.

 

I am sorry it took me so long to get in here to reply.  I did not look at the link but you will be looking down and not forward so I don't think you will have any issues. 

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The only tickets that I was offered in the 100s for Red Hill presale for Chicago 2 were the highest rows in section 104.  At least I learned here not to take those.  Unfortunate that in both Red Hill presales that upper rows of 104 and 105 were the only tickets made available to me for best available.

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just wondering, where are the overhang seats?  Just got my ticket in the 104 section for night 2.

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The only tickets that I was offered in the 100s for Red Hill presale for Chicago 2 were the highest rows in section 104.  At least I learned here not to take those.  Unfortunate that in both Red Hill presales that upper rows of 104 and 105 were the only tickets made available to me for best available.

Me too, but I went ahead and ordered, since I hadn't read these posts before ordering!  I tried to do other tickets and it wouldn't let me, since RZ was already sold out.  Guess I'm screwed.  I don't wanna see U2 from a closet!

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I found this picture on Twitter by searching Soldier Field 105.  It looks pretty representative as it appears to be taken from a high row close to the aisle next to 104, which is where I am. 

 

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:angry:  :angry:  :angry:  :angry:  $303 for a ticket and this is what I get???   I am calling Ticketmaster tomorrow to ask for a refund.  If they won't, Amex is very good about cancelling charges if the product is unacceptable.

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Unfortunately, I'm way beyond freaked out. This is to be someone's birthday gift and now I can't bear the thought of telling my friends they are the worst possible seats at Soldier Field. I spent almost $1000 for seats and presale access and am sick over this.

 

You're int he same boat as me.  I'm absolutely LIVID that I paid over $300 for the worst seat in the stadium, especially when they have better seats available today, for less $$....  Ticketmaster refuses to do anything about this.  My code is used up, so if I want that seat, I'll have to buy another $50 membership....  IT IS A TRAVESTY!!!!   Almost like the VIP Gold package I purchased in Germany and ended up at the very top of the venue all the way at the end, looking straight down (when I wasn't having Vertigo)...  THIS SCAM HAS GOT TO STOP!

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I bought two tickets to Chicago show during presale and realized they are under overhang in the 100 level, so I called Ticketmaster today for an exchange.  The agent on the phone said I could exchange them for two tickets in the 200 level that would not be credit card entry and I would get tickets in the mail or emailed to me for 'print at home'.  I opted for 'print at home' told her to do the exchange.  Ok so now I have the original 100 level tickets and now two more in the 200 level. She lied to me and sold me two more tickets I don't need.  I have no way to get a refund or exchange these tickets. I'm literally out $1200 for these tickets. 

Call and explain.  If that does not work call again.  If that does not work call and if they don't help you scream (I'm speaking figuratively) for a supervisor.

Are you calling the TM customer service number or the TM sales number?  They are different.  I ask as I've encountered quite a few people who do not know.

They have to help you if it is as you said.  I've no reason to doubt you.  Call and demand and stand firm.  You may be on the phone for over an hour so be patient.  Make sure that every agent with whom you speak has your phone number to call you back in case you get disconnected. (infuriating)  I would demand a supervisor immediately.  You can try emailing them.  I've had better luck at times after emailing them and calling them blundering buffoons, completely incompetent and many other things. That is after hours on the phone only to get a dial tone.

There's no way they can do that to you.  They have to accommodate you.  I would tell them, very nicely, that I want a 100 level seat which is rows 1-9 on Adam's side of the stage (103, 104, 105, etc.) or on the Edge's side where the overhang is not an issue. (From what I can recall.)

The customer service number is:  1-800-653-8000.  Let me know how it ends up for you, please.  I don't work for TM or SF or U2.com ( I wish for the latter)  but I've learned how to get this stuff done and gotten some very helpful contacts along the way after they realized I was sincere or trying to help someone else. 

My answers/posts are very long winded these days.  I'm recovering and waiting to have surgery on 01/31 on my head so everything is as though I smoked too much of something funky and the fog in my brain is quite dense!  ba dumb bum  ( get it, dense?)    corn.  Anyhow, pardon it taking so many words to respond.

Most individual TM agents are quite nice and will go out of their way to help a person but they have protocol.  If one does not work...hang up, call again and try another.  Getting it to a supervisor is the key.  Also the keyword is that you need a relocate and here I go writing more.  sorry.  My beloved Irish Terrier, named Bruff, is licking my ear off trying to get me back on the couch!  Good luck.

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Unfortunately, I'm way beyond freaked out. This is to be someone's birthday gift and now I can't bear the thought of telling my friends they are the worst possible seats at Soldier Field. I spent almost $1000 for seats and presale access and am sick over this.

 

You're int he same boat as me.  I'm absolutely LIVID that I paid over $300 for the worst seat in the stadium, especially when they have better seats available today, for less $$....  Ticketmaster refuses to do anything about this.  My code is used up, so if I want that seat, I'll have to buy another $50 membership....  IT IS A TRAVESTY!!!!   Almost like the VIP Gold package I purchased in Germany and ended up at the very top of the venue all the way at the end, looking straight down (when I wasn't having Vertigo)...  THIS SCAM HAS GOT TO STOP!

 

Unless I am misunderstanding...do NOT buy another membership.  It will not work and you will get all your tickets negated.  You can only have one membership.  You cannot purchase another to get a code to buy more tickets.  That is a huge no-no.  Have you tried calling the venue?

My gosh, I badly feel for everyone going through all of this.  Remember it is not the band nor the venue...it is the promoter.  (Unless I'm horribly misinformed.)

Have you tried calling the venue or tried calling TM and asking for a supervisor?

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I had a pair of crappy overhang tickets, row 15 of section 107 for the first night in Chicago via the Red Hill presale.  Here's my story:

 

After reading the posts about bad sound and view (although I'm not sure the view will be bad for this set up), I decided to call Ticketmaster Monday night, the night before tickets went on sale to the general public to see if I could exchange my tickets.  After about 5 minutes on hold (which was after 5 minutes of answering automated prompts), the first representative I talked to said my tickets could not be exchanged, so I asked if there was someone else I could speak with and my call was escalated.  The second person I talked to said they would have to get authorization from the venue to allow an exchange and they would call me back with the results of that request.  I said fine.  A couple of hours later I got a call.  The person said the tickets could be exchanged but this would have to be done after tickets went on sale to the general public the following morning.

 

The next morning I called Ticketmaster, 10 minutes before tickets went on sale to the general public to allow for answering the prompts and waiting on hold.  I reached an actual person about 10:05 am, 5 minutes after tickets went on sale.  I told her I wanted to exchange my tickets and relayed my experience from the night before.  She said I could exchange the tickets and checked what was available.  By that time only single seats in the 400 level were available.  So I thanked her and said I'd take my chances with talking with someone at Soldier Field and getting moved the night of the concert.

 

Then a day or so later a second night night was added for Chicago.  I was on my computer on Wednesday evening, the day the Red Hill Group presale started for the added second show.  On a lark I thought I'd check Ticketmaster.  I was not eligible for the Red Hill presale for the second show because in addition to the 2 tickets I had for the first Chicago show, I had also bought 2 GA tickets for the Cleveland show so my allotment of tickets for my presale code had been used up.  But what the heck, I liked poking around on the site.  I found that in addition to the Red Hill presale, there was a Bears Club presale going on.  I clicked on it and was prompted for the password.  I guessed "TOUCHDOWN" and bingo, I was in.  I tried to request 2 Red Zone tickets, no luck.  I tried 2 100 level tickets.  What came up was similar to the tickets I already had for the night before, under the overhang.  I tried 2 200 level tickets and Shazam!!, row 1 of section 234.  I had similar seats for the 360 tour and liked the seats.  I went ahead and purchased the tickets thinking I'd see if I could get a refund for the first night's crappy seats.  Worse case I'd either go to both nights or sell the second night's tickets since they were physical tickets (the first night were credit card entry) and try to get relocated from the crappy seats.

 

So I immediately called Ticketmaster.  I explained to the rep that I would like to see if I could get a refund for the first night's crappy seats.   I also relayed my story, that I had called earlier in the week as I had been told to do to see if i could get the seats exchanged with no luck.  She said she'd have to get authorization for the refund from the venue.  I had expected this and told her that was fine.  She said she had to fill out a form.  I made sure she relayed my entire story, especially that I had tried to get the seats exchanged and that I had bought tickets for the second night.

 

I got an email today from Ticketmaster telling me my refund was approved.  So, no crappy seats and front row of the 200 level for night 2!

 

So it pays to at least try to get things settled with Ticketmaster.  I was never abusive with anyone I talked to.  I explained calmly my situation and my reason for wanting an exchange and eventually a refund.  I did ask to have my call escalated when I did not get the response I was seeking.  I found everyone I talked to at Ticketmaster helpful and they wanted to be accommodating.

 

I had bad seats at the United Center for the IE tour and went to the box office to see if I could be moved.  They moved me from $90 seats behind the stage and a tree truck of cables, to $270 tickets, literally 2 rows in front of George Lucas, 8 rows off the floor, 20 feet back from the front of the stage: http://zootopia.u2.com/topic/31572-limited-view-seats-advice/

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The only tickets that I was offered in the 100s for Red Hill presale for Chicago 2 were the highest rows in section 104.  At least I learned here not to take those.  Unfortunate that in both Red Hill presales that upper rows of 104 and 105 were the only tickets made available to me for best available.

I would have taken those and gotten a relocate, to be honest.  I really do not think it's going to be a huge problem.  I was trying to figure it out and there's only about 300 people that need to be relocated.  They kept a lot of seats for 360.  I saw stacks of them.  They know it's gonna be an issue.  I'm still trying to find out more about this for TJT, but I saw Coldplay last Summer and that would have been an issue then too.  The same for other shows.  They are ready for it.

The lady in the article above probably got front row that far into the show because it was 5 or 6 numbers into the show. He was probably pretty much done relocating. I think he was and just handed them to her.  She did not mention having to go back and get her husband and his ticket. I had to do that when I was relocated, but it was always early. 

I don' think that this is gonna be a huge issue for anyone who takes the trouble to get there when the gates open or relatively early.  They were in a huge lounge relocating when I did it.  They let me sit in there when the heat got to me for July shows. 104 and 105 are great locations.  If your view is impeded they have to accommodate you and I've always seen them do it.  That being said, there are no guarantees.  I've learned not to jump for shows and get freaked out because seats always get released or sold if one watches for them.  It's a crap shoot nonetheless.

If you are in ADA seating-definitely get there early and get the relocate.  You will not see or hear shit in those seats in the affected sections.  Actually, you will hear shit so get there early!

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