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Absinthe - Seats?

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by kcentury, Oct 22, 2014.

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  1. kcentury

    kcentury Low-Roller

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    Going to see the show next week and am curious if there are any seating recommendations? Not looking to pay for VIP seats or anything like that.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Snidely

    Snidely VIP Whale

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    It's a small tent. All the seats are good. Seats up close are more intimate. If money is no object, I'd get the closer seats but the cheap seats are fine. They pull a couple people in the up front seats up on stage. Some people are terrified of that.
     
  3. NativeSoCal

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    There are some select seats along the outer edge of the tent.
    We reserved two of those that had a table in front of it.
    They are a mish-mosh of differing type seats, stools, couches.......etc...
    You can see the configuration on the seat chart on Ticketmaster.

    The outer seats are roomy, (the seat itself isn't roomy, just lots of space around it) nobody is next to you, and you can easily get up to go to the bar and get drinks in a flash.
    The main seating is very squished together and cramped. (if you're a larger kinda guy like me) ;)
    The tent is relatively small size overall, so even on the outer ring, you can see just perfectly.
     
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    Those seats are the best. I had one last time I saw it and it was sooooo much better then the main seating. Was actually a nice comfy chair, small table inbetween, and best of all it was right next to the bar. I think I even paid regulair price for it.
     
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    I bought on seats out the outside so I could have a table, but are the first come first serve? I'm assuming the seats aren't numbered like the tickets are.
     
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    They are numbered. It's kind of a gamble as to what kind of seat you will get - they have stools with no backs, barber chairs, love seats, wingback chairs, milk drums, etc. but they are all numbered. Call the Caesars concierge and ask for the discount and for seat recommendations.
     
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    Awesome! Thanks hope I get a weird one haha
     
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    Thats one thing guranteed!

    Be ready to laugh your ass of for 90 minutes and be amazed with acrobatics.

    Crude;rude and worth every penny.
     
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    Front seat better chance if being called apon to participate. Back seat more roomy and comfortable with a table. Way better in my opinion front looked like people very cramped. But not sure since i was not seating there.
     
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    Are people constantly walking in front of you if you have one of the outer seats near the bar?
     
  11. ebbinns

    ebbinns Low-Roller

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    Not once the show starts. Wasn't a problem for us.
     
  12. Leeza14

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    Thank you for your quick response! I think I'll book now! ;)
     
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