They are details a buyer should know to set the right event expectations.


These are the most common disclosures listed by sellers:

  • Alcohol-free seating: you're not able to bring alcohol into that specific area
  • ADA/Wheelchair accessible seating: we don't recommend buying ADA or wheelchair-accessible tickets unless they apply to you
  • Student ID: you must show a student ID at the venue
  • Child ticket: check the venue's website to know the age requirement info
  • Limited or obstructed view
    • No view: You can't see the stage from your seat
    • Side view: The seat will be on one side of the performing area, and you won't have a front view of the event
    • Possible obstruction: You may not have a full view of the event from your seat
    • Restricted view: You'll have a limited view of the event from your seat
    • Behind stage: The seat will be behind the stage, and you won't have a front view of the event
    • Limited side view: The seat will be on one side of the performing area and you won't have a full view of the event
    • Limited or obstructed view: You won't have a full view of the event from those seats
    • Rear stage/view: The seat is behind the stage