- Jun 4, 2011
I guess that makes sense, and with various mix booths and lighting/sound fixtures in the stadium, it's probably not obvious that one's a stage. Do people just walk up between the seats and stage when the seats are right next to it? That seems kinda ballsy but maybe people don't care haha. Just from watching videos it seems each configuration is a little different ... some of them have more space around the stage and some seem to have to have seats right there.I don't think the C-stage thing is well known to anyone but highly interested Coldplay fans....when I was on the floor in MetLife stadium last year and we could move around, I was suddenly surprised to stand in an almost empty place in front of the C-stage - no one was standing and waiting there, for instance, which I wouldn't have expected. Only in the few minutes before they came on there was a rush of people to the C-stage, when people began to realize it.
I'm sure you're right that pretty much no one puts that might thought into it lol. Even most hsrdcore fans are probably trying to get closer to main stage. I lucked out on a good b stage seat for the first show, so I figured I'd just take whatever ... but then I figured, if I'm gonna be far back, why not get near the c stage. Honestly that's where a lot of my fav songs get played anyways.