What Does Reserved Seating Mean At A Concert?

“Reserved” tickets mean you are given a row and a seat number and therefore know before the event where you will be seated.

“Unreserved” or “General Admission” tickets may be seating or standing tickets, and are allocated on a first-in, best-dressed basis at the event.

What is reserved floor seating at a concert?

Reserved seats are exactly what it sounds like: you get a seat to sit down and no one else has your seat. DDR2Nite: [quote=Riteyl]so the general admission tickets are for standing?!

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 does standing room mean at a concert?

“General Admission” (sometimes shortened to “GA”) and “Standing Room Only” (sometimes shortened to “SRO”) are industry-standard descriptions for tickets that do not have an assigned seat and may require you to stand during the event.

What is a reserve ticket?

Typically, “reserving” tickets means that you haven’t paid for them yet, while “booking” tickets means that you have. A reserved ticket can be given away if you don’t come in and pay for it by the deadline, but a booked ticket is guaranteed to be yours because you’ve already purchased it.