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Cirque Ka seating

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by TrueblueAl, Nov 25, 2016.

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  1. TrueblueAl

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    Was looking at booking tickets form KA as an xmas present fro my mrs for our trip next year. was lookg at the seating plan and sections 101 and 103 as the tickets are a lot cheaper than the middle 102 section. For the date i was looking at i have my choice of seats and was wondering if these sections are ok. i was looking at front row inside aisle seats for these sections and just wondering if thise seats are ok or if there are any restricted views in those areas?
     
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    I'm pretty sure if it was 'restricted view' , that'd be mentioned. I'd bet the price differential is a simple function of center seats are always more desirable than side views. We were in Section 102 but the entire theater is such that there isn't a really 'bad' seat (as far as we could tell).
     
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    Magic, thanks. Thats a christmas present sorted out then :)
     
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    I've sat in section 101 multiple times and it's a good spot. Def. aim for closer to the end of the row near section 102 as it will provide a better view point. There are one or two scenes that happen above and slightly behind you, but I wouldn't sit further back. I've sat front and center for one show, and it's pretty cool to see the performers up close and running by you throughout the show.
     
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    I agree with deansrobinson - as far as I could tell, there was not a bad seat in the entire theater.
     
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    I would agree you would be okay with about anywhere, but would avoid being too far left of right.

    Personally I like to avoid the closer up seats so you can take in things better, but you should be okay if in the very front.
     
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    IMHO, front row is too close. We sat in the left hand section and I took middle aisle and was very satisfied (for the price)
     
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    We did Ka last year with free tickets from MyVegas. We sat in the first 10 rows and a bit to the side in the main section.

    The stage moves up in the air and rotates and turns etc. There are things going on high above on platforms along the right and left walls.

    I too think it would be better to be back a little to take it all in.
     
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