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best premium seats for Le Reve

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by bigal3967, Mar 7, 2013.

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  1. bigal3967

    bigal3967 Tourist

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    We are going to this show in June and I need to know where is the best place to sit in the Premium ticket range. Is the higher the better or middle etc. Thanks for any help

    Al
     
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    Vip seating. Top row. champagne and chocolate strawberries. good stuff.
     
  3. jr7110

    jr7110 VIP Whale

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    I went a couple of years ago and sat in the middle. The lower seats are in the splash zone - you WILL get wet. I don't know about the upper seats, but the middle seats were a perfect view - I could see everything without any problem (and there is a lot happening at once).

    You will not be disappointed. It is visually stunning and I would definitely see it again.
     
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    sammasseur VIP Whale

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    Always enjoy the front row. Cheapest seats, and it just added to the merriment when we'd get splashed. Went last month for the 19th time with a group, and we just laughed the splashing off and enjoyed the great view of the performers, the feel of the mist and heat of the flames, and the much cheaper ticket prices.
     
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    vegas_or_bust High-Roller

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    There really is not a bad seat in the house. The theater is very small and intimate. Anywhere you sit will be a good seat.
     
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    Just booked our seats. Section A Row K seats 1 and 2. Looking forward to a great show!! Thanks for all the input!

    Big Al
     
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    I sat in the 3rd row and right on the aisle opening from one of the entrances where the performers go in and out. The first 2 rows are considered the splash zone. I might have had 3 drops of water hit me throughout the show even with the performers splashing around. It didn't look like the people in front of me got very wet at all....at least not enough to scare me from not sitting there. But all the seats seem great in that theater. Unless you really enjoy champagne and strawberries I'd skip paying for the VIP.
     
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  8. Funkhouser

    Funkhouser In Charge of the Big Door

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    The guy who was the expert passed on recently, GregRio. However I will repost his comments for LeReve

    GREGRIO
    04-06-2010, 03:47 PM
    I've never chosen the VIP seats (but I have peeked in on 'em...)
    I like sitting up top just below them in Sec. A or B so......I'm sure
    the view from the VIP seats are good.
    The video screens they have are what I question. They're small,
    and from what I remember, underneath your front table area...odd place.
    To view them and really tell what's going on, you really need to
    pay attention to 'em but...NOW YOU'RE NOT PAYING ATTENTION
    TO THE SHOW so.............I'd rather watch the Show.
    The chocolate covered strawberries are probably nice...
    The champagne would be too except you'd probably have to hit
    the restroom during some part of the Show and miss something...
    (guess that's why I've never spent the money for a VIP seat)
     
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