Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by slotlover, Oct 9, 2014.
Any bad seats?
Cheap or upgrade?
No bad seats. go cheap. don't tip, there's no need.
Can't tip, all the seats are reserved... not sure what it would do you.
I sat close to the stage, that was fine, honestly the way the show is set up. Any seat would be fantastic. Generally as a rule, you want to be a little farther back at a Cirque show. But honestly they set it up so you can literally see this show from every single possible angle.
Don't pay full price, it's always on sale. https://www.cirquedusoleil.com/en/offers/las-vegas/default.aspx
I have seen Love many times now. There is one act that I can think of where one section does not have an optimal view. During this act, there will be a lot going on and there is a metal tube structure that they use for parkour. If you sit in the section behind this tube section, and in one of the lower rows, you may find it difficult to see everything that is going on. Unfortunately, I forgot which section this is.
I saw Love once on a random weeknight (late show I think) and we had upper level seats. When we arrived, we were told the balcony was closed due to low ticket sales and that we could relocate to the section/seats of our choosing based on availability. I think we sat near the front row and it was VERY close compared to what we paid for. I agree with what others say though, that it probably would have been a bit better to have chosen seats a little further back. I hear this sort of thing happens frequently. I am going again in two weeks and have seats in the back row of section 200 ("best row" of the cheapest seats in the house). I figure worst case I have good seats I paid for, and best case they tell me I can move closer if I want.
Just to agree with everyone else, there isn't really a bad seat in the house. They spent $100 million on that theatre and it shows in the layout and stage.
I had the cheapest seat at the top and at the back and the view was great.
The best seats are up about midway between front and back. You're close enough to the stage to see what's going on there but far enough back to see all the aerials and side shows throughout the auditorium.
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