It is good point I emailed the venue, but I probably misunderstood
Stání u pódia means standing by the podium
I also have the cheaper ticket @rtfrks
What time are you planning to get there?
I have no idea I’ve never been to any show…
@lpaniist I hope I bought the right ticket.
I’ll be there early anyway. Aiming for front row… are there any flash mobs or something planned?
Yep, I posted this here few days ago
I wish I could too
Btw how does it work? People stand in a queue so they can be close to the podium?
I will try and print the sign, thanks. Why not front row? Can’t queue too early?
Well, yeaah, it’s like 4 hours drive to Prague, I don’t think dad would want to set off at 5 am … And also I don’t have tickets for front row…
I still don’t understand what’s up with the tickets. How can you tell?
I thought you lived in Prague, sorry.
You have ‘stání u pódia’ (it was a bit more expensive and also sold out within first days) and I have ‘stání’…
Yes, but what’s the difference? Both are standing tickets, aka general admission.
I think there will be two separated sectors… One closer to the stage
I hope not. Even so though, you can probably get in the front anyway, nobody controls these things.
That would be awesome
Hey, actually I went to the same venue last year for another concert, and there was the same system with Stani u Podia and Stani. Actually, there are barriers in the middle of the venue. Those who are Stani u Podia gets a special bracelet when they scan your ticket. Only those who get the bracelet can have access in front of the stage. You have 2 security guys controlling… Sorry to ruin the fun
Hope for the concert, it will be different, but no sure, since security is taken care by the venue and not the artist himself…
Thanks for clarifying!
Can you help me with this cheaper ticket what time is it okay to get in the line?
If you want to have a good spot, I would say 1 hour before the door opening.
It is kind of a big venue. But you don’t need to be first in line:slightly_smiling_face:
Usually people stops at the merchandising, go to the bar or to the cloak room
But I would say that 45 min / 1 hour is reasonable.
If you guys have any questions on the venue, I live in Prague and have been there several times, so don’t hesitate, I’ll try to answer all
Ohh that’s good news, then I’ll have more time for Prague