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Thread: Blue Man Group - Best Seats?

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    Anyone know where in the theatre the best seats are for the best view?

    Tickets now available to book for August but i don't know where to sit!

    With the exchange rate it might be cheaper to book through a UK site but i need to know where to ask for first.

    Thanks.

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    Well... it depends on what BEST SEATS means to you... hahaha.. seriosuly...


    the first rows have the best view, BUT be warned.... you will end up covered in paint, twinkies and toilet paper.... hahahahaha....

    Also... the people in the first, say 10-15 rows are usually the ones "picked" to go on stage... now I have STAGE FRIGHT... especially when it involves blue people.... so I was very happy seated in row 99 hahahaha





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    We've been lucky enough to see the show twice now and both times have sat in the front row.
    If your eyesight isn't too good, the closer to the front the better as part of the show involves reading off flip sheets that the Blue Men hold. We wore our ponchos but didn't need them for any paint or 'gunge'

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    Saw them in Las Vegas...think we were in the second to the last row or the last row. You could see everything, wasn't quite as loud and we covered in the toilet paper guns at the shows end.

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    Thanks guys.

    As the tickets have only just gone on sale we can sit in the front row centre if we want!

    Might just take the plunge and book it.

    $226 or 170 at the moment though Is it worth that much?

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