Question: What’s The Difference Between General Admission And Reserved Seating?

What’s the difference between reserved seats tickets and general admission tickets?

Where would general admission people be sitting/standing?

Reserved seats are essentially in a seat as close to the band before the pit.

so the general admission tickets are for standing?!

Do general admission tickets have seats?

General Admission tickets, also commonly labeled as “GA”, are tickets that have no specific seats assigned to them and are generally Standing Room Only (SRO). “Pit” sections are general admission areas that are right in front of the stage.

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.

Is general admission standing good?

Some people would call this a good time—a great time. Especially if they’re at a concert. These are just some of the things that come with a General Admission (GA) ticket to a concert or music festival nowadays. The downside to these tickets is that you must stand for several hours.

What’s the difference between standing and general admission?

“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.