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Seating?

Post by TeamEdward:D » Sat Jun 21, 2008 4:00 pm

Hey I was just thinking...
How many people will be at each event? (especially benaroya in Seattle =]). i mean how many seats are there anways? Does anyone know
Oh and im sorry if im being stupid and this is the wrong place to post this or someone already posted it.

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Post by Bella_Edward4eternity » Sat Jun 21, 2008 4:08 pm

Harris Theatre only has 1525 seats....and they need more. lol.
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Post by missmalade » Sat Jun 21, 2008 11:39 pm

There's 2,500 seats in the S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium [of Benaroya Hall].

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Post by Syn Morite » Sat Jun 21, 2008 11:44 pm

There's room for 2100 at Nokia Theatre. (They don't do seats.)
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Post by vegasn8ive » Sun Jun 22, 2008 12:43 pm

The one in L.A. seats just over 1,800.
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Post by TeamEdward:D » Tue Jul 01, 2008 1:55 pm

geez. these are going to be busy! How does the signing work? How do they determine the spot in line? i;ve never been to a signing before...

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Post by vegasn8ive » Tue Jul 01, 2008 3:15 pm

I was wondering that, too. When she came here, it was open seating but each ticket had a number on it that indicated your number in line. The table was set up just in front of the stage and they called the numbers in groups of 50 to line up down one aisle and go past the table and exit up the other aisle. Everyone else sat until they were called. It was all very orderly. We got the "award" on her blog for smoothest running event. lol

With venues of this size and a totally different number system, I'm really not sure how they will do it. Maybe they'll just take each row starting at the front and file them out and into line. I wonder if she will be in front of the stage again or maybe they'll have her set up as everyone exits the building. I hope for the sake of everyone who got tickets that it isn't just a mad rush once the "show" is over. That would be a nightmare. :P
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Post by Bella_Cullen_13 » Tue Jul 01, 2008 10:15 pm

TeamEdward:D wrote:geez. these are going to be busy! How does the signing work? How do they determine the spot in line? i;ve never been to a signing before...
Well this one is different than the one Ive been to, but it should work out like this-

When you get there, get seated, the Blue October concert will be first. They are playling like 3 songs.

After Blue October, Stephenie should come on stage & do a presentation & Q&A.

After the Q&A, they will call rows up, one at a time to line up by the stage to get your book signed.

Thats basically the event.

If you have more questions, check the specific thread for Seattle, or you can PM me. (Im going to Chicago).
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Post by TeamEdward:D » Wed Jul 02, 2008 2:32 pm

hey thanks...
but where'd you get that information bellacullen13?

The event sounds nice... do you think the whole blue october thing will be like a concert? like everyones cheering? or just like song where everyone shuts up?

Anyways that might be off topic...
but does anyone also know how the Benaroya tiers are set up? orch then 1st then 2nd? or orch then second?

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Post by vegasn8ive » Wed Jul 02, 2008 5:25 pm

This was posted on the Seattle thread.

http://www.kickintickets.com/benaroya_hall_tickets.html

It looks like a long and narrow building. Orchestra, founder's tier, second tier and then third.
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