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With summer in full swing, the city has come alive with endless amounts of concerts, festivals, and other special events. On one hand, we’re lucky to be in a city with a packed concert calendar, with something happening just about every day. On the other hand, New York City’s incredible list of entertainment options can make […]Read More →
We’ve all heard the worn-out old saying, “location, location, location.” From what I can tell, pretty much all of us hate it. But when it comes to live music venues, we at TickPick really can’t emphasize enough the importance of this saying. A venue can determine whether or not you are able to truly enjoy getting […]Read More →
It’s that time again – our rundown of the 13 coolest must-see NYC concerts in the upcoming two weeks. It all started with March, Part UN and DEUX. Today, we look forward to April concerts (but not too forward – expect a second post for April too). We do it because we care. No more tears for missed […]Read More →
Two weeks ago, we put together a rundown of the 13 coolest must-see NYC concerts in the first half of March, 2014. We did that because we found out (the hard way) how much it blows to miss your favorite band in town. And then how much more it blows to miss them because you didn’t even […]Read More →
Whether you’re a Skrillex fan or not, I think we can all agree that the guy knows how to make an entrance. When it comes down to music tastes, you probably either love him or hate him – and that’s just the point. You think about him. He thinks it’s sweet that you think about […]Read More →
The standard sports stadium is set up so that seat number 1 is closer to the preceding section. For example seat 1 in section "5" would be on the aisle next to section "4" and the highest seat number in section "5" would be on the aisle next to section "6". For theaters and amphitheaters (i.e. venues that don't have sections around the entire stage) seat numbers follow a different logic. Instead the lower numbered seats are typically closer to the center of the stage while higher seat numbers are further from the center of the stage.
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