Ah, thanks. I was just confused because my ticket says that I have a Section (GA Pit) but I also have a Row/Box and a Seat number.What city is this photo from?? I never knew she'd already had shows with 2 different standing sections outside of RS, I thought that was meant to happen in like Europe but where did it happen already??
I was like, "Wait, I thought the pit was... you know, a standing pit?" XD
I'm still stuck on where I want to stand though. :\ I'm leaning more towards the Acoustic Set/Main Stage instead of the tip of the two catwalks. I don't want to watch any ideas yet because I want to be surprised. XD
EDIT: Wait, now I'm confused at the stage layout.
The tip is basically what it sounds like, right? The part where the two catwalks meet at the end, right? And the place where she does the Acoustic Set/Main Stage is like where that little triangle is in the pit, right?
Yeah, I have way too many questions. Sorry. >.<
If by 'two different standing sections' you mean the outer and inner crowd of people: those who are inside that pool in the centre are in the reflection section, and those who stand around the construction on the large floor outside it are in general standing. The acoustic section is on the left side of the pool (opposite the main stage, which has a large screen in form of an upright triangle). Does that help, or did you mean something else?
Btw, during the six shows I saw in England, Katy never took people onto the stage, apart from the birthday boys and girls, and those don't count because they're scheduled, and part of the show.
I think that's right, the choreography is like a big clockwork throughout, - there isn't any occasion for a lot of people dancing around on the stage really like I saw on footage of the previous tour. Maybe the PWT has become just bigger and somehow also less user friendly. All the interaction backstage etc I saw from before didn't exist either as far as I know.
I remember Katy saying in interviews she was going to take people (not one person) onstage, but I'm thinking of the possibility perhaps even she herself was for a long time not aware how little space for anything spontaneous this huge production would leave - I don't blame her for it if so, it is a fantastic overwhelming show, only it seems to be different in some ways from what everybody was used to - depends what people who were at her other shows say about that, because I wasn't there myself.