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|AIM: || ||#1 Posted on 22.10.05 0911.35 |
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| So, this morning at 10:00 I logged onto Ticketmaster and bought two tickets to Survivor Series at the Joe Louis Arena, what will be my first live wrestling show.|
Section 122, row 7.
I have no idea how good these seats are. Could anyone with knowledge of events in general or anyone that has been to the Joe give me a little insight on what these seats might be like?
Also, would anyone happen to know if they are on the side that will be shown on TV (I need to know if I should bother making some signs).
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|#2 Posted on 22.10.05 0940.56 |
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| Here is the seating plan for the Joe Louis Arena :|
http://www.indux.com/map/261_Joe Louis Arena_End Stage_tn.jpg
As you can see, your seats are on the opposite side to the camera. You'll be on TV for practically every shot, as long as the camera is in its usual spot and the stage is where it's shown in this pic.
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|AIM: || ||#3 Posted on 22.10.05 2302.23 |
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Those seats are freaking amazing.
I'm always in that section for shows at The Joe.
For the Mar. '04 RAW in was in that same row,
For the Aug. 04 SD! I was in row one.
For SS, I'm in Row 3.
Row 7 is a little high to be on TV all night long, but when they pan up, you'll be in. When I was in Row 7, I only saw myself once or twice, so a sign is probably unneccessary.
But when you walk down that aisle and see the ring, you will be stunned. The seats are so awesome. I can't even explain how awesome it is.
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