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For the general entrance cards, the places are allocated according to the "first come, first served" principle. In this case, come to the show at least half an hours before the start of the show to get more opportunities to choose a good seating position. Classical Vegas show rooms such as those where Donny and Marie appear at the Flamingo provide both tables and stands.
The cabin seating is arranged to face the platform. Normally there are four places in a cabin. The places on the tables are arranged in such a way that the brief end of the tables faces the platform and persons are seated opposite each other at the other. It may be a good idea to add the additional cost of a cabin chair, so you can enjoy a more relaxed seating position and a view of the platform, according to your preference.
It used to be the custom to see a performance in Vegas and have supper as part of the show. Nowadays, most of our showshops have abolished the dining and showrooms. Give yourself enough free space to park and walk through the cafeteria to the theatre. When you have a ticket on holding, make sure you have your ID to make sure it goes to the right people.
When you don't have your ID, your ticket won't be released. A coat to put on during the show saves you from trembling in the chair. Talking of clothing, most of the big Vegas shows don't have a dressing stat.
Some of the shows that take place in a lounge, however, require you to get dressed for the event.