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Old September 1st 2018, 04:36 PM
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Lightbulb GA access with reserved seat tickets

Ive got tickets for the October 10th show at the Pepsi Center in Denver CO and was wondering if anyone on this board might be able to answer this question about the access setup.

We have reserved seats (pretty decent ones) but would like to be on the GA floor section for certain parts of the show. We dont want to crash the front, or upgrade from nosebleed seats, we'd just like the option to wander down onto the floor to get a different angle and move a little bit.

My question is, will the GA section use a wristband or something for access to that area?

Ive been to other concerts at the Pepsi center where the GA section was wide open (U2) and we were able to hang out in the back with plenty of room but thought Id check here with anyone that has been recently might be able to share their experience. Im going to check with the venue as well but i believe some of those logistics are handled on an event-by-event basis.

Thanks in advance for any insight.

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Old September 3rd 2018, 02:17 PM
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Default Re: GA access with reserved seat tickets

GA usually has wristbands for Foo. At least the shows Iíve been to have had them with the name of the venue printed on them.

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Old September 5th 2018, 05:20 PM
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Default Re: GA access with reserved seat tickets

Most concert's have a max capacity they can let on the floor (for safety reasons). It's usually pretty hard to get on the floor without a floor ticket. You usually get a wristband, plus they often check your ticket to double check (in case you handed off a wristband).

The reason being almost everyone wants to be on the floor. It would be a jam packed crapshow on the floor if they let everyone access it.
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