Never seen this for a show before. Does this mean we have to go fight for seats with everyone else the day of? I would think that as a Church Choir member there would be specific low row seats for us like there always is. Any insight on this???
"Like a honeybee beatin' on my screan door, I got a little buzz and my head is sore."
I am no longer confused - all it took was a simple call for an explanation. Yes, there are arenas that have "GA PIT" or GENERAL PIT entrance and a certain number are sold. Yes, there's going to be pushing anxious folks to get to the front. (I suggest you get there early) I chose instead (Greenville) FL2 which are dead center - awesome seat and the VIP PACKAGE so I could not be more thrilled!! I assure you I'll be as loud and rowndy as the PIT!!! CAN't WAIT!!!
By the way - am I the only one who remembers almost all concerts being general admission???? That was half the fun!!!!
I'm super fired up and thankful that I was able to get 4 GA Pit Tickets to the Madison show when the tickets went onsale today at 10 for the fan presale. I don't understand what people on this forum expect sometimes. I'm thankful for the opportunity to purchase these awesome tickets for my 11th upcoming EC show! It pays to be an Eric Church Fan Club Member.
I emailed them. I'll let you know what they say.
I know. I also got seats on presale for the Saginaw, MI show and the confirmation came back with rows and seats but Battle Creek, MI says "General Admission". Guess I better pack the brass knuckles and taser!
Wow that is strange? Good luck with that. I have never heard of the whole place being GA just the PIT. That sucks if it is the whole place and no seats.
That's what I would normally think, but the entire floor is G.A. and the seating chart shows no Pit.
These are GA PIT which means you are in the PIT closest to the stage. There is no seats standing room only. You have to find your spot and stay there or have somebody with you that can hold your spot.