I'd want to know what did people expect then? Her spending the entire time dancing around the RS section so that the other 90% of people who paid 20£ less would whine instead? As soon as the stage plan was released I found it pretty logical that being in the triangle would mean being very close to the stage aka it being up high. Enjoy the show wherever you stand, you are lucky to get to see it at all! I didn't know what to expect really. I expected interaction 'cause of the 'closer than ever' comment but just didn't really know how/where. Nobody knew what RS consisted of really and I think a lot of people had high expectations of it since loads of KC's on twitter kept saying 'it must be amazing that's why there's still no info it's a secret' when it was really a case of there was nothing to tell. There was too much hype around it. I've stated already that I'm lucky to have been there.
I couldn't agree more! I think people are disappointed, and even 'outraged', because they expected impossible things made up by rumours, not logical conclusions. The few people in the RS must be less than 10% actually, and of course it wouldn't be a private party for us, leaving out the rest of the arena. I must have looked at the side screen for less than a minute. The RS to me was one of the few spots perhaps in the arena I really didn't need a screen for. Dancing around the RS is btw what Katy and her onstage team do a lot anyway!
When you look at the prices of other top star shows touring this year, the PWT ones are not unusual but just what's to be expected, i wonder what's there to be shocked about -? Neither is the early access a ripoff, that's my next ticket and having read the instructions I simply know what to expect.
Everything depends a bit on your outlook on life as well. I'm lucky to be physically capable now to go to Katy's shows, not being stuck in a hospital or at home in the bedroom. I wish people could be a bit happier, and enjoy the good things in life more.