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13 Show Seating Suggestions

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by GREGRIO, Jul 10, 2010.

  1. GREGRIO

    GREGRIO VIP Whale

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    Hey Sue, GOOD MORNING! from the Bay Area...
    The RIO showroom is great. Seating all around both
    the floor and upper areas in front of the stage are real good.
    The showroom is in a semi circle with the stage at one end.
    There's cocktail tables on the floor in front of the stage, some
    booths around those, and upper level 'lounge' couches with
    a common box table to set your drinks on.
    If you're waiting to get your tics until you get there (which is
    fine...) ask to take a look inside the showroom...scope out the
    various levels and ticket prices before you buy. That's what I
    did... you should get there a bit early however to do this...the
    line forms early.
    The stage has a catwalk in front...I like to sit some where
    in front of that...I prefer an upper area centerish.
    Last time I saw them, I chose a couch area in the very back.
    Folks on the floor sitting at the cocktail tables have a great
    time too but sit back enough from the catwalk so you can
    see the full picture.
     
  2. sam

    sam Low-Roller

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    Greg:

    Thanks so much for info. I do so appreciate your information on the shows and seating. Very valuable. Have a wonderful day.

    Sue
     
  3. weas

    weas Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Vegas Deals

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    Gregrio,

    Thanks for the seat informatin for LOVE, Saw the show Sat 10-13. I sat in section 209 about six rows from the top. Great seats, best show I have ever seen. Would love (no pun intended) to go again. There is so much going on I know I missed something.

    Glad I wan't down front because I would have a sore neck.

    Janet
     
  4. memelissascott

    memelissascott Newbie

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    I have read your posts on LVA as well as this one and I realize that you know a thing or two about the arts.
     
  5. DC42

    DC42 Newbie

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    Ceasars seating question

    Greetings from atlanta. Im going to rod stewart show and was between rear orchestra and first mezzanine. Does anyone know in Rear Orchestra what letter seats is where the roof begins - I wanted to be able to look up and not be hindered but a ceiling right above?
    Have I lost everyone?
     
  6. BCeagle

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    Buying tix for Penn & Teller and 1st few rows are all available. Is the front row so close that you are straining your neck to look up or is it best choice? Map looks like there is a gap between row 2 and 3 so I was tempted to go with 3.

    Thanks.
     
  7. uli_1515

    uli_1515 Low-Roller

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    I have one for you sir. I purchased VIP seating in the kings room. Where should I request my seating?
     
  8. Leeza14

    Leeza14 VIP Whale

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    I think we're heading to see "O" this summer. I came right here to see where to sit. Like all of us, I'm sure missing GregRio on the board. I'm going to think of him as we watch the show. Rest well, kind man. Cheers to a life well lived.:beer:
     
  9. brucky11

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    hat seats are good for Jersey Boys at Paris?
     
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  10. landsburger

    landsburger High-Roller

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    just used the thread. RIP GREGRIO :cry:
     
  11. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    Just noticed this thread and would have picked different seats for Ka had I known. :cry: Mine should be okay, but my head will be tilted more up probably. I'm a bit annoyed because GREGRIO's recommendation was one of my choices, but I assumed it was a bit too far back.
     
  12. trsopko

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    Loved seeing O from the first row of the balcony to see not only the entire performance from a distance, but also a great view of the divers below moving the platforms. Great production!
     
  13. waitkatelate

    waitkatelate Tourist

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    Took your advice for Love; sat in the center of 209; perfectly symmetrical with show couldn't have been happier thanks!
     
  14. Carter29072

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    Sorry if this was covered somewhere else but I haven't been on here in a while. We want to go see Human Nature in December at the Venetian. Is there a "better" seat for this show room? Thank you!
     
  15. weas

    weas Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Vegas Deals

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    Please leave it I used it in June for my LOVE ticket and just used it yesterday for my KA ticket
     
  16. BenjaminNicholas

    BenjaminNicholas Low-Roller

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    I miss Greg :)
     
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  17. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Just adding to seats. First suggestion above for 209/200 upper is great! We have been to this show many times. Very first was up in the 300 seats. Even those were good. Been in very first row and many others down front. Did the back of 209 this week and really loved it.