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"O" For those that have seen it

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by hokdo, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. hokdo

    hokdo Tourist

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    I think I'm going to breakdown and buy tickets to "O". Is the 3rd row center of the lower level too close? It's either that or like the 4th or 5th row on the side but we can get inner isle. I'm a big guy so I like the isle idea. I just want to know if that's too close to the stage.
     
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  2. AlwaysUpForFun

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    If you are talking 3rd row center of Section 103, it would be too close for me.

    For Cirque shows I like to sit mid venue. Cirque shows have a lot going on overhead that gets missed when you sit too close IMO. Even sitting in a mid section there is so much going on that I always feel that I need to see the show again just to see what I missed the first time.
     
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  3. meyers67

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    It’s close but not too close. I believe the first few rows are a splash zone but row 3 should stay dry. 6-8 is ideal but row 3 is better than row 14 for example.
     
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    Electroguy563 Over-Fried Gambler

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    We were mid venue and we feel it was the best viewing angle.
     
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    We were on the first row of the balcony. I thought it was a great spot. We were at eye level for everything in the air, and could see what was going on in the water.
     
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    We had front row of either the balcony or mezzanine (forget what they called it) and the railing in front of us badly obscured the view. I would avoid that unless you are very tall and can see over it. I think now they do describe those seats as 'limited view'.
     
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    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    Sit in the middle.
     
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    I would take the close and middle instead of the side.
    Depending on the side seats you may miss parts of the shows.
     
  9. oghuman

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    It's been years since I went, but I remember that we were very close about third row center. It was perfect.
     
  10. tmoney25

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    I sat in the middle of last row of section 203. It was good. I didn't feel too far from the stage and I could see what was going on quite well.
     
  11. luck.ofthe.draw

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    O was the first show I saw in Vegas as an adult, I loved it! I section what people have said - I was close to the front, and it almost felt too close, and felt like I missed some things going on elsewhere around me.
     
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