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Concerts at The Vogue Theatre

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So I'm just curious if anyone has been to a concert at The Vogue. I'm going to Bad Religion and Against Me! in April. The tickets say General Admission, but it seems like the Vogue is all seating.

Just curious if concerts are standing or seated?

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There's seating but there's also a standing area at the front, kinda like a dance floor.

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Small venues kick ass. I actually dislike going to large venue concerts now (Sorry Canuck Org.) Theaters etc are where it's at.

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Small venues kick ass. I actually dislike going to large venue concerts now (Sorry Canuck Org.) Theaters etc are where it's at.

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Oh I love small venues too, but I prefer to be standing when I'm at a concert compared to sitting. I'm pumped for this concert, and am so glad its in a small venue.

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I love shows at the Vogue. Having seen bands in all sorts of venues it's one of my favourites. You don't even need to get down early to get a good spot.

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If you had seats in one of those mix venues it would give you a specific seat or some identifier of first come first serve seating (rare unless seating is in the back), general is assumed to be standing room. For those I would get there maybe 1 hour early, possibly a little more (according to reviews of that site) if the artist/band playing is popular. Getting a good spot still isn't hard but might require moving through some people.

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I've seen Mac Miller and Macklemore at Vogue, and they were both fantastic shows. There's like 10 rows of seats missing at the front in front of the stage which allows for a dancefloor/moshpit, and I've always had a great time. Vogue's great.

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It's theatre seating for the most part, but its first come fist serve. If you want to be close to the stage in the small standing area you'll need to get there early. Otherwise you'll have to find a seat, but if its at all a good show you wont be sitting.

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