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micaelita']I got 2 x P1 seats for ANZ Stadium, Sydney in 104-1, I was very happy until I looked at the Interactive Seating Plan at

If that is accuarate the seats Ticketek sold us don't exist. :-o

They do exist.. Most of your section is above one of 4 tunnels at ANZ..  So you are  probably are a bit higher. The whole section doesn't start at the ground level. If you click your section on the map you get an image of the section.. good seats, I think.. happy.gif

On the interactive seating map it says rows 2-29 in section 104-1 have seat numbers between 32 and 43. Our seat numbers are high forties in one of the first ten rows in that section, hence the concern. It's an amazing location, I can't do GA anymore because of spinal problems, so was thrilled to be near as that but when trying to pinpoint exactly where we would be it's coming up as not existing according to that seating chart. I have emailed ANZ Stadium to check its accuracy or to see if the seating for the concert is slightly different. Ticketek have sold me seats before that didn't exist to a Cirque du Soleil show, Cirque gave us folding chairs and were wonderful, not so sure a stadium with tens of thousands of fans would be quite as accomadating if there is a problem on the night.

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airwalk74']Quote 'But one of the best spots IMO to watch the show was from the back of the inner circle or front of the outer circle.'

You are right those spots are the 2 I got last year in US and they were great. Got to Houston at 9am and Las Vegas about 3pm...so many people push in as well but I got back fence inner circle Houston and 2 back middle outer fence LV and here are a couple of my photos

Hey sounds like you were right near me in Vegas - I was 1 back from the outer rail in the middle, near the bride and groom. 

There's mine smile.gif

On back rail of the circle for the RoseBowl. Both brilliant spots and better IMO than the Redzone unless you are 5'1" or have a weak bladder. 

 

Awesome pics Bluehammer. Im a bit of a photographer myself and ures r just awesome. We would have been very close together at the Sydney Vertigo shows.

Uz r exaclty right about the positions for this tour, thats where i wanna be.

Heres a shot i took from vertigo

set-72157606990584110

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airwalk74']Quote 'But one of the best spots IMO to watch the show was from the back of the inner circle or front of the outer circle.'

You are right those spots are the 2 I got last year in US and they were great. Got to Houston at 9am and Las Vegas about 3pm...so many people push in as well but I got back fence inner circle Houston and 2 back middle outer fence LV and here are a couple of my photos

Hey sounds like you were right near me in Vegas - I was 1 back from the outer rail in the middle, near the bride and groom. 

There's mine smile.gif

On back rail of the circle for the RoseBowl. Both brilliant spots and better IMO than the Redzone unless you are 5'1" or have a weak bladder. 

 

Awesome pics Bluehammer. Im a bit of a photographer myself and ures r just awesome. We would have been very close together at the Sydney Vertigo shows.

Uz r exaclty right about the positions for this tour, thats where i wanna be.

Heres a shot i took from Vertigo. Best position ive ever been in for a concert.

 

http://www.flickr.com/pho...n/set-72157606990584110/

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i think anywhere in the house for this concert is great i myself got 4 GA tix and 4 t3 seating for etihad it is a much bigger and better set up than vertigo and well every other concert theyve done.... i was recently sitting in Frankfurt right up the top with a 60 000 capacity and it was still a great view, i also had GA tix to horsens and we started the line up at 4 30 in the afternoon and still got just outside the inner circle there is definately a good place for all with this 360 show...... and last yr at wembley was sitting on lev 3 and was a great view, but that is my opinion. at vertigo we lined up at 10 30 in the morn and still got outside the inner circle so it really does just depend i just think with this set up it can be viewed by everyone, but again thats just my opinion.

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Brilliant shots from vertigo! Great effort

And re going to the toilet in the GA area... well, from the GA area...

Don't try it after the support act, getting a bit late then, but make sure you come back in the same way you go out. Let people know you're coming back. Pretty easy... 

Don't get stuck into beers before the show though, go nuts afterwards. 
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Brilliant shots from vertigo! Great effort

And re going to the toilet in the GA area... well, from the GA area...

Don't try it after the support act, getting a bit late then, but make sure you come back in the same way you go out. Let people know you're coming back. Pretty easy... 

Don't get stuck into beers before the show though, go nuts afterwards. 
Yes thats definately the best tip-to come back the way you went out as people are reluctant to let you through if they haven't seen you before. The number of times I have stopped the people who are feigning looking for friends and told them where to go -anywhere but in front of me matey.devil.gif

These are my nieces at Vertigo.http://www.flickr.com/photos/52881697@N06/4941101683/   Anyone who tried to enroach on our area got ripped a new one by my sister and I and all the females round us.

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