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Old 04-12-2010, 06:37 PM   #1
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GM Place floor seating chart?

Is there such a thing? Every seating chart seems to show the permanent seats in the stands but doesn't show anything regarding the floor seats other than...well...they're on the floor.

Does anyone know of a seating chart for GM Place that shows where a specific seat is on the floor? (looking specifically to find out where seats 45-48 are on the floor)
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search ticketmaster and find the event and it will show the floor plan.
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search ticketmaster and find the event and it will show the floor plan.
Well, that's the thing - it doesn't.

Here's the seating chart for GM Place: http://www.ticketmaster.ca/seatingchart/139269/32433

The floor seats are the light blue coloured block in the centre of the stadium. None of the seats are labeled there. (I was hoping to see a number to show the seat number and/or row number)

What I wanted to know is where the seats I was looking at (45-48) are located.
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Row 45-48 are the worst floor seats in the house. I believe 48 is the last row so you're basically in front of section 111/112. You might as well find seats on the side as those are closer to the stage than floor row 45-48. Hope that helps!
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Row 45-48 are the worst floor seats in the house. I believe 48 is the last row so you're basically in front of section 111/112. You might as well find seats on the side as those are closer to the stage than floor row 45-48. Hope that helps!
Actually, the seats I'm looking for are row 10, seat 45-48. Trying to find out how many seats across they have on each row.
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Whoops, misread lol. Anyways, seats 45-48 are all the way to the right (facing the stage). Seat 48 is the last seat in the row.
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The problem is, the floor seating will vary depending on the event and the layout used for it, so there is no "master plan" for it.
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Yup. Seat 48 is usually right on the end on the right side.

So typically, floor seating is broken down into 3 sections.

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Seats 1-15 GAP Seats 16-31 GAP Seats 32-48

With 48 Rows. For me, if you are not in the first 5 rows, its better to get seating in the sections because everyone is standing and you can't really see. For concerts that have no assigned seating, you leave your spot in front of the stage to go to the washroom, you are screwed and it's hard to get back to the front.
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