[ENG/ITA] BARKS.JP: “Visual Parade” Presents “Metal?” Live Event

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  1. Hello,

    I don’t know if you can help me, but what is the difference between “Reserved seat” and “standing seat”?
    In the lottery there is only one type of tickets at 6000 yen do it is a bit weird…

    Thank you,

    Cloudie

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    1. Hello Cloudie, the official page of the event wrote the following infos: Ticket sales for foreign customers will start from Feb. 11th (Sat) 10:00 AM.
      We are looking forward to your participation.
      ▼Event Information
      ◎Event title:”Visual Parade” Presents “Metal?”
      ◎Date:Mar. 8th(Wed) DOOR 18:00 / START 19:00 
      ◎Venue:TOYOSU PIT(6-1-23, Toyosu , Koto-ku, Tokyo, 135-0061, Japan)
      ◎Artist:Versailles / NOCTURNAL BLOODLUST / Far East Dizain / David(Opening Act)
      ◎Ticket:Seat ¥6,000 / Standing(Backward) ¥5,500
      ※Tax included.
      ※Need a beverage fee at the time of admission.
      ▼Sales for foreign customers
      http://w.pia.jp/t/visualparade-a/
      Sales period:Feb. 11th (Sat) 10:00 AM ~ Mar. 5th (Sun) 11:30 PM –> you have to consider the sales for Overseas, which will start on Feb 11th. I hope to have helped you, in case don’t hesitate to write me again! I will try to do my best to help you! 😀 Now I will post this news about Visual Parade for overseas even here, thank you for your question!

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    2. Ah, sorry I forgot to reply to your questions about the difference between “reserved seats” and “standing seats”: Reserved seats means that each ticket is assigned a specific seat in the venue at the time of purchase. Seats are typically identified by row number/letter, seat number, and sometimes by section. Standing seats (or general) means that each spectator has a ticket (without a specified seat’s number). This is the general schemes for the seating assignment of spectators ^_^

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  2. Thank you for your help!
    So, the reserved seats can also be right in front of the scene or it just the standing one (like a big standing area in europe)?

    Thank you again 🙂

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    1. You are very welcome! I think that Reserved seats can be right in front of the stage (or at least privileged, because the news says “backward” for the standing ones). If you search about Toyosu PIT (the venue of the event) you can find several pictures of the venue inside, depending from the performance there is the big standing area or there are “chairs”. I think that if the news speaks about “reserved seats” there will be numbered seats. 😀

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  3. Oh and I have a last question x)
    It is possible to have good placement (I mean very near of the front of the scene) with overseas sales?

    Also as it is an event with 4 bands, it is not possible to go in front of the scene for one band and go the back for another one if there are seats assigned? 😮

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    1. AHAHA I love your questions 😀 Well, I don’t think that you can move from your seats during the performance, Japanese are very precise and orderly 😀 About the placement I can’t answer because I really don’t know. You can try to ask about it directly to Visual Parade on twitter or Facebook, they can give you better answers than mine 😀 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Visual_Parade. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/visualparade/

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      1. Hello,

        Thank you very much for your help! You give me more information that I could find on website 🙂

        I will try to contact them on FB to confirm the placement in the hall, I did not think before to look if they had a page x)

        Thank you again! 🙂

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