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There is definitely something else at play yet, since there would be no reason to reduce the ticket price behind the round stage on the San Jose seating chart, as that would otherwise seem to be an amazing spot, so there has to be some reason those seats are $98 and not $278.

[Note--I deleted original post].  Yeah, you're right.  It probably relates to limited visibility at both ends for the big screens that will apparently run along each side of the catwalk.

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Also from these seating charts of you notice that on the opposite side of the (RED) Zones the arenas that have the retractable seats to accommodate for end stage concerts have them pulled back so I'm thinking the San Jose Seating Chart is gonna be accurate idk but the Forum shows its just a bowl

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Obviously i can only guess, but i think part of the stage will be at a lower level.   Similar to the Heart shaped stage on the Elevation tour.  The Heart went lower down the further Bono walked out into the crowd.   I have a feeling something similar will happen next year.  Maybe the RZ area will be the most advantageous place? Bound to be.  Although you look at any seating plans and i can't see any benefit from the RZ compared to the GA area.  I think the stage will be higher or lower in the RZ area. 

 

 

 

 

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Also from these seating charts of you notice that on the opposite side of the (RED) Zones the arenas that have the retractable seats to accommodate for end stage concerts have them pulled back so I'm thinking the San Jose Seating Chart is gonna be accurate idk but the Forum shows its just a bowl

I can speak to the Phoenix chart, that the sections numbered 116 thru 124 are where the stage is always for any 'end stage' set up.  Most of those seats are on risers that can roll back and forth for concerts.

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This is the seating and stage plan of the Amsterdam Ziggo Dome venue.

 

You might notice this arena not to be completely in the round. That is because this is not a sportsarena, but a dedicated musicdome. That's why there are no seats on the right hand side, behind the stage.

 

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I got GA tickets for the last 2 shows at the forum, and couldn't be happier about it. But, as a last minute thing on monday, got me and my friend some cheap nosebleeds in Phoenix so she could see her first show. Just assuming the stage was gonna be at least somewhat similar to the diagram given I didn't think anything of our seats location, but now, it looks as though we're gonna end up sitting behind the main stage, which is a little upsetting. Had I'd known all this at the time I would've surely gotten tickets on the opposite end of the arena

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It really is too early to jump to any conclusions about a "Main Stage". Only one arena has a diagram with a "Main Stage". That is San Jose. The images above (arenas) all show no main stage with GA surrounding the stage. 

 

Amsterdam seems to be more of an amphitheater setup so it may have  permanent stage. Nothing that can be done about that. Everyone just needs to wait and see what the final stage design is before getting worried. 

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..t. Everyone just needs to wait and see what the final stage design is before getting worried. 

 

It would be a lot easier to take that suggestion seriously if ticket prices weren't so high.

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..t. Everyone just needs to wait and see what the final stage design is before getting worried. 

 

It would be a lot easier to take that suggestion seriously if ticket prices weren't so high.

 

Totally.

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