We are buying tickets for an event at the Tivoli concert hall. some tickets are in the "stands". Does anyone know if these are not advanced seating? It seems that you don't reserve a particular seat. Also, how is the sound and the visibility of the stage from there. Is it better to spend more and get reserved seating?
I'm replying because I went to Tivoli Concert Hall for the first time, in Summer 2017. You need to tell the name of the attraction, and the month and year of the show. The stock seating plan does not mention such a location:
We went to see Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, an American modern dance company. I wonder if you are, in fact, planning to see an event at one of the more "outdoor" of Tivoli's multiple performance venues. That is, the Concert Hall (I did read that in your OP) is a completely indoor, large traditional proscenium theater. Are you confident your show (whatever event it is) is actually in that building? They are busy enough that I doubt they build a special setup for some obscure, experimental performance. But you might get better responses if you give a little more information. No Russian Hackers are going to hunt you down for saying exactly what you want to see at Tivoli Gardens!
We would like to see Bonnie Raitt, and the least expensive tickets are in the "stands" and you do not select a seat. We are wanting to know if the sound and visibility would be okay from this location.
This is the Ticketmaster seating plan I see online:
Are you talking about the most rear location, labelled "stapladser"? (I can't find the accent mark that appears on the ticket website over the "a".) It does seem clear to me that this is the farthest back, and probably upstairs. As you can see in the pdf's I posted earlier, the rear balcony has assigned seats, so I am (not being a big pop music fan) going to bow out here and say I am unqualified to offer further help! Sorry.
I do feel confident that an attraction at Bonny Raitt's level is in this indoor hall. I thought the place was roughly the dimensions of Carnegie Hall in NYC, rather than a sports arena or something like that. But Carnegie Hall has more balconies.
"ståpladser" means that you do NOT get a seat, but have to stand up for the duration. If you are not comfortable with that I think you should get a seat.
Thank you. Yes, I did not understand that you stand up during the performance and do not sit down. I also get the feeling that I would not see the stage as well as I would like to, so I do not think we will get tickets in the "stapladser" area. This may be beyond our budget, and so we may not go to this particular performance.