I have just bee listening to some Neil Young live, and yes, think we are definitely going. I might even tell DH it's too expensive what with hotel overnight etc, and arrange something more 'quiet' for his birthday, and do it as a surprise It will be the first EVER time we have been away from both the children overnight.
thank you, have a clearer picture of how it is laid out thank you! If there is a foyer (and even better a bar ) I can nip out if it gets too much pain wise. I refuse to not go, as life must go on. And a little bit of pain from standing up to dance to some great music will be very worth it.
The disabled seating at the NEC is part of the tiered seating st the sides but with seats taken out to accommodate wheelchairs.
The floor is standing, so stones divided into front & rear with barriers. The tiered seating at the sides or the very back behind the standing area is barriers off with a bit of a drop down. You can't move between the two areas.
Saying that it was 10 years ago when I worked there but I can't imagine it bring that different. The whole arena is about the size of a football pitch.
princess oooh I read a thread a while ago about a cat fight breaking out between people who were in the 'want to dance in seated/you can't dance in seated' camp. I expect I would be dancing right in front of the exact person who doesn't want to/cant' get up and dance and be told I should have got standing if I wanted to dance!
ok, its not small then, not sure why I thought it was! Maybe, I will just up my pain meds for the evening and be done with it! He is one of DHs favourite musicians, playing ON his birthday, so if he wants standing, then we will just stand.
oh that's a shame. I was hoping as it is smaller, like Plymouth Pavillions, maybe it would be possible to move between. Now. Do I just get on with it, crutches to prop me up in standing (it is DHs birthday after all, not mine, I want him to have fun). Neil Young is not exactly Mosh pit stuff, so that could work if I was nearer the back, but then, well, that sort of defeats the purpose of standing, which is to get as close to the front as possible.
If we get seated we get a great view, and maybe we ain't gonna want to be up and rocking out to Neil Young, but, Hmm. Need to think about that then.
Hmm, looking again it seems there is 'general admission' (ie standing) and tiered seating. I guess tiered seating means no access to standing? Some places I have been to have allowed those in seats to go and stand, but not sure if that is the case at LG Arena.
We are thinking of going to see Neil Young for DHs 40th Birthday. There are standing seats, and seated tickets in the 'stalls' area, as well as the usua seated tickets.
We would ideally stand, but, I have a back problem and probably won't be able to stand for the whole concert. Is the seats in the stalls situated in a way that I could buy a seated ticket yet stand if I wanted with the standing crowd and then sit if I am struggling on my feet? I really don't want to be restricted to seating, and DH definitely would prefer to stand if he can help it.
(I don't at this stage if my back will be 'ok' or in it's chronic phase or if it would be in an acute phase which would mean crutches)
There is £10 difference in the ticket price which I am happy to pay for the sake of being able to enjoy it.