Answered by Keith at RateYourSeats.com The sound booth is commonly referred to as the MIX on concert seating charts.
For most end-stage concerts, the MIX is behind floor seating – directly head-on to the stage.
What is Zone seating?
“Zone Seating” refers to tickets for seats that are guaranteed to be within the listed Section and/or Row or a better Section and/or Row. Zone Seating ticket listings are notated as such.
What does floor seating mean?
Usually floor seats are general admission, and while this will mean standing room much of the time, there may be some seating, depending on the event and venue size. The seat number listed may just be a way for the venue to keep track of tickets sold.
Is floor seating at a concert good?
Having seating at a concert is an entirely different experience from being on the floor. The view is better than the middle of the floor but definitely not as good as being center of the front row. It’s definitely nice to be able to sit between sets and have your spot reserved so you don’t even have to be hours early.
What is lower bowl seating?
The Floor Level can include a combination of general admission and reserved seating depending on the wishes of the performer. The Lower and Upper Bowls offer permanent stadium-style seats circling the floor.
What is Squip zone seating?
sit in the Squip Zone (the first two rows) and get an exclusive limited edition collector’s item. (Items created monthly exclusively for Squip Zone ticket holders.) WANT THE VERY BEST SEATS IN THE HOUSE?
Is Vividseats reliable?
Yes, Vivid seats are 100% reliable & legit. They do have a million dollar business & does sell millions of tickets every year.
Are the lounges at MSG good seats?
The Lounge Seats on the East side of the stadium (also called the eighteen76 Balcony) are probably the most comfortable seats at MSG. The seats are leather, padded and extra-wide. The sections are small with few rows and seats, so getting in and out isn’t an issue (plus you get in-seat wait service).
Are there seats at concerts?
In a general admission (also known as open seating or free seating) scheme, each spectator has a ticket. It is also sometimes used in seat-less sections of events that would otherwise have reserved seating (standing-room only sections, including the floor section(s) at some concerts).
Is general admission cheaper than seats?
What are the pros and cons of general admission concert tickets? It depends on the venue. One obvious “pro” is that they tend to be less expensive than reserved seats to the same show. They also give you more freedom of movement within the general admission area, so you are not as confined to one spot.