‘Limited view’ seating at United Center a surprise to U2 ticketholders?

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Getting word that some ticketholders to the upcoming U2 concerts at the United Center(June 24, 25, 28, 29 and July 2) apparently have been unpleasantlysurprised after printing out their official tickets.

Via zootopia.u2.com, some folks are saying their tickets now display a “limited view” notice, as apparently the stage configuration map used by Ticketmaster has allegedly changed from the original map on which they based their ticket purchases.

One zootopia.com commentator postedthe image belowof the two alleged maps, showing a discrepancy in the stage setup (the band’s ‘iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE’ world tour is a decidedly scaled down production compared to U2 extravaganzas of the past).


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