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  • bloom3352 said:
    Anyone else not gotten their tickets yet?!
    Nothing yet. Wtf
  • PJ_DCPJ_DC Posts: 18
    I'm in. I really enjoyed the show in 2013 and the Lou Reed tribute was well done.

    TC # 211XXX - joined Fall of 2000
    Baltimore - Best Available 2 Tickets
    Received : Section 3 Row K  (seats # close to Section 2). So close to being in the center of the floor from the stage.

    I'd be willing to trade them for seats in the 100s on the wings if anyone is interested. 
  • deek74deek74 Posts: 110
    Sec 106 row J. Cannot wait for the show!
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  • sonofjeansonofjean Saco, MEPosts: 55
    Section 209, row F.  Looks like a great spot!  Member # 658xxx.  Selected BA.  Taking the train down from Boston and used points for Hyatt Regency by Inner Harbour.
  • spankyMPspankyMP Posts: 416
    Sheraton, Camden yards for Yankees/Orioles, and royal farms arena all within half mile of each other! And lots of good food spots all around.
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  • Apecarro said:
    rvapete said:
    215 Row L 
    See yall at the show!
    215 row M, I’ll be with the bald guy


    Those who know this arena, are the last few rows of 200s ok with the overhang and support posts? I see that the ceiling has bright lights shining on fans in pics. (To the regular commenters, sorry about asking this again).


    My section is similar to this one. Rear rows above an entranceway. The support post looks to be clearly blocking many rows in the back. The stage is to the left of this pic. After dealing with a non notification club seat obstruction at Fenway and very possibly getting another now, maybe it’s just time to respectfully say goodbye to the club and this band. This is not a decent way to conduct business and treat a customer, no matter how popular you are. 

    Waters is playing msg, he is a legend and he lists his tickets for a fair price and you know what you are buying at time of purchase.




    Now I'm worried, 216 Row N seat 1and 2. Those clearly look like they will be obstructed.
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  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,814
    rab7607 said:
    Apecarro said:
    rvapete said:
    215 Row L 
    See yall at the show!
    215 row M, I’ll be with the bald guy


    Those who know this arena, are the last few rows of 200s ok with the overhang and support posts? I see that the ceiling has bright lights shining on fans in pics. (To the regular commenters, sorry about asking this again).


    My section is similar to this one. Rear rows above an entranceway. The support post looks to be clearly blocking many rows in the back. The stage is to the left of this pic. After dealing with a non notification club seat obstruction at Fenway and very possibly getting another now, maybe it’s just time to respectfully say goodbye to the club and this band. This is not a decent way to conduct business and treat a customer, no matter how popular you are. 

    Waters is playing msg, he is a legend and he lists his tickets for a fair price and you know what you are buying at time of purchase.




    Now I'm worried, 216 Row N seat 1and 2. Those clearly look like they will be obstructed.
    If you look at some of the Ticketmaster shows in the arena, it appears that *maybe* (can't tell for sure), they don't sell the back row and the ends of the high rows in some sections. Look at the image below. It appears to me that the rows go to P, but that they're not selling all seats in P and in some sections (like 216 which is the center section in this image), where you are, they aren't selling the back row. I'm assuming, in the image, you seats would be right where the row gets wider, playing you just in front of the pillar. Obviously, I don't know where everyone's seats are or if they're doing something for PJ (i.e., selling the obstructed seats), but I see at least some hope they've taken these things into account. 

     
  • ManUnitedManUnited Jersey ShorePosts: 159
    Finally got my seat assignment 

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  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 16,148
    edited February 2020
    Section 3, Row M.  221xxx.  Selected Reserved only.  Not bad but not great (I'm short); definitely not as good as my usual 10C seats.  Which is fine because someone else will get to experience that awesome view for once - share the love!  I'm just glad to be seeing PJ in Baltimore again!!
  • JDime20JDime20 Posts: 162
    See y’all in GA! Driving up from Charlotte!
  • stickmanstickman Posts: 1,000
    Why are people so bummed about floor seats behind GA ? I sat on Fenway outfield all the way near Peski Pole and had a good time ... I assume Section 2 on the floor won’t be bad.  
  • stickmanstickman Posts: 1,000
    I’m happy to be in the building ... thanks guys , can wait ! 🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻

    Taking my kid and he is stoked !!
  • rollingsrollings unknownPosts: 7,122
    edited February 2020
    .HesCalledDyer said:
    Section 3, Row M.  221xxx.  Selected Reserved only.  Not bad but not great (I'm short); definitely not as good as my usual 10C seats.  Which is fine because someone else will get to experience that awesome view for once - share the love!  I'm just glad to be seeing PJ in Baltimore again!!
    :yin_yang: 

    love this post
    Post edited by rollings on
  • md281342md281342 Posts: 45
    edited February 2020
    if anyone has 1 ticket for me to be ur guest  I will take care of ticket cost and all concessions..had a room booked prior to sale and struck out on all fronts,will try f2f,but if anyone has an extra even last minute,please lmk,thanks,enjoy
  • SenlickSenlick United StatesPosts: 73
    I only put in for 1 ticket as I will be going solo, but I got GA.  So pumped!!!!
  • 100 Pacer100 Pacer Toronto, ONPosts: 7,795
    100 Pacer said:
    100 Pacer said:
    100 Pacer said:
    Posted in GTF but if someone has a spare Baltimore GA and interested in trading for a spare NYC GA let me know.
    Bump.

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  • Lerxst1992Lerxst1992 Posts: 4,998
    ecdanc said:
    rab7607 said:
    Apecarro said:
    rvapete said:
    215 Row L 
    See yall at the show!
    215 row M, I’ll be with the bald guy


    Those who know this arena, are the last few rows of 200s ok with the overhang and support posts? I see that the ceiling has bright lights shining on fans in pics. (To the regular commenters, sorry about asking this again).


    My section is similar to this one. Rear rows above an entranceway. The support post looks to be clearly blocking many rows in the back. The stage is to the left of this pic. After dealing with a non notification club seat obstruction at Fenway and very possibly getting another now, maybe it’s just time to respectfully say goodbye to the club and this band. This is not a decent way to conduct business and treat a customer, no matter how popular you are. 

    Waters is playing msg, he is a legend and he lists his tickets for a fair price and you know what you are buying at time of purchase.




    Now I'm worried, 216 Row N seat 1and 2. Those clearly look like they will be obstructed.
    If you look at some of the Ticketmaster shows in the arena, it appears that *maybe* (can't tell for sure), they don't sell the back row and the ends of the high rows in some sections. Look at the image below. It appears to me that the rows go to P, but that they're not selling all seats in P and in some sections (like 216 which is the center section in this image), where you are, they aren't selling the back row. I'm assuming, in the image, you seats would be right where the row gets wider, playing you just in front of the pillar. Obviously, I don't know where everyone's seats are or if they're doing something for PJ (i.e., selling the obstructed seats), but I see at least some hope they've taken these things into account. 

     


    Thanks for research and info. Hope you are right.

    if this were a home show for me, no big deal, it’s an hour on the train. Big whoops.

    but to drive nine hours round trip on a “hope” they accounted for this, especially getting screwed with obstructed Fenway 10c seats in 2018...it’s a toss up.

    funny by not disclosing obstruction  they are driving me to stub hub. Might as well add up what I’d get back on the exchange + travel costs, add in a couple hundred for time to drive and see what stub hub can do. At least I’ll know if there is a view or not.


  • Lerxst1992Lerxst1992 Posts: 4,998
    Just checked another show and they are not selling the last row in the 200s except for side stage seats where the posts are not an issue.

    but for Disney on ice they are selling that last row. Seems they did account for the posts obstructing view for end stage events there.
  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,814
    Just checked another show and they are not selling the last row in the 200s except for side stage seats where the posts are not an issue.

    but for Disney on ice they are selling that last row. Seems they did account for the posts obstructing view for end stage events there.
    Fingers crossed that we're right (I'm not all the way back, but I'm in one of those sections, as well). 
  • sean9769sean9769 BaltimorePosts: 50
    I can't say for every specific 200 level section whether they sell the entire row, but for 2013 I sat in that row.
    I was fine with no pillar near me.    
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    2016 Philly1 
    2016 Fenway2
    2016 Wrigley 2
    2016 Temple of the Dog MSG
    2016 Temple of the Dog Seattle2
    2017 Soundgarden Detroit   RIP Chris Cornell
    2018 Seattle1
    2018 Seattle2
    2019 Chris Cornell Tribute LA
    2022 Camden


  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,814
    sean9769 said:
    I can't say for every specific 200 level section whether they sell the entire row, but for 2013 I sat in that row.
    I was fine with no pillar near me.    
    Which row?
  • sean9769sean9769 BaltimorePosts: 50
    It was the very last row in the 200 level with the wall literally behind me.  If my section had a pillar it was on the far end to my left being that we were on the opposite end which had me looking left toward the stage.
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    2016 Philly1 
    2016 Fenway2
    2016 Wrigley 2
    2016 Temple of the Dog MSG
    2016 Temple of the Dog Seattle2
    2017 Soundgarden Detroit   RIP Chris Cornell
    2018 Seattle1
    2018 Seattle2
    2019 Chris Cornell Tribute LA
    2022 Camden


  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,814
    sean9769 said:
    It was the very last row in the 200 level with the wall literally behind me.  If my section had a pillar it was on the far end to my left being that we were on the opposite end which had me looking left toward the stage.
    Thanks. 
  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 37,396
    I wonder if the bright yellow shirt guy will be there this time?
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  • spankyMPspankyMP Posts: 416
    They probably aren’t obstructed view when seated. Maybe when standing, so they might not have to tag as obs view? Nassau coliseum was like this and they added TVs up there which further obstructed view but you could watch the game on tv if the puck was obstructed 😂. Hoping you all are right that they did account for it and those of you sitting up there can enjoy the show!
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  • Lerxst1992Lerxst1992 Posts: 4,998
    You had to, didn’t you?

    The Garden also has this issue in the 200s with the Chase bridge. I think fans have said the Baltimore overhang does not block views when standing.

    Any Baltimore vets?
  • what dreamswhat dreams Posts: 1,730
    I wonder if the bright yellow shirt guy will be there this time?
    Hahaha -- I was thinking the same thing! That turned out to be the best seat in the house!
  • ecdanc said:
    rab7607 said:
    Apecarro said:
    rvapete said:
    215 Row L 
    See yall at the show!
    215 row M, I’ll be with the bald guy


    Those who know this arena, are the last few rows of 200s ok with the overhang and support posts? I see that the ceiling has bright lights shining on fans in pics. (To the regular commenters, sorry about asking this again).


    My section is similar to this one. Rear rows above an entranceway. The support post looks to be clearly blocking many rows in the back. The stage is to the left of this pic. After dealing with a non notification club seat obstruction at Fenway and very possibly getting another now, maybe it’s just time to respectfully say goodbye to the club and this band. This is not a decent way to conduct business and treat a customer, no matter how popular you are. 

    Waters is playing msg, he is a legend and he lists his tickets for a fair price and you know what you are buying at time of purchase.




    Now I'm worried, 216 Row N seat 1and 2. Those clearly look like they will be obstructed.
    If you look at some of the Ticketmaster shows in the arena, it appears that *maybe* (can't tell for sure), they don't sell the back row and the ends of the high rows in some sections. Look at the image below. It appears to me that the rows go to P, but that they're not selling all seats in P and in some sections (like 216 which is the center section in this image), where you are, they aren't selling the back row. I'm assuming, in the image, you seats would be right where the row gets wider, playing you just in front of the pillar. Obviously, I don't know where everyone's seats are or if they're doing something for PJ (i.e., selling the obstructed seats), but I see at least some hope they've taken these things into account. 

     


    Thanks for research and info. Hope you are right.

    if this were a home show for me, no big deal, it’s an hour on the train. Big whoops.

    but to drive nine hours round trip on a “hope” they accounted for this, especially getting screwed with obstructed Fenway 10c seats in 2018...it’s a toss up.

    funny by not disclosing obstruction  they are driving me to stub hub. Might as well add up what I’d get back on the exchange + travel costs, add in a couple hundred for time to drive and see what stub hub can do. At least I’ll know if there is a view or not.


    I am looking for any 2 in the building if you are having second thoughts
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  • zozzoz Posts: 9
    Section 226! Coming from Toronto for the show. Anyone know how the seats are there? Never been to Royal Farms before.
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