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bbievqz has shared 9 photos from 4 venues.

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  • Microsoft Theater, section: Loge Center, row: F, seat: 312
    CNCO tour: CNCO World Tour
    Iphone 8 picture. NOT zoomed in. rnI turned a little to get the big screen in the photo but when you look straight ahead, you see the stage front and center. Really nice spot to see all the visuals.
  • Microsoft Theater, section: Loge Center, row: F, seat: 312
    CNCO tour: CNCO World Tour
    Screenshot from an iphone 8 video - zoomed in all the way.
  • Microsoft Theater, section: Loge Center, row: F, seat: 312
    CNCO tour: CNCO World Tour
    This is a screen shot from an iphone 8 video. This video is zoomed in (but not all the way). Such a great view of the stage!
  • Microsoft Theater, section: Loge Center, row: F, seat: 313
    CNCO tour: CNCO World Tour
    This a screenshot from an iphone 8 video. This is how it looks like when youre not zoomed in (keep in mind, iphone videos are already zoomed in but i didnt zoom in manually). Great view for visuals.
  • Microsoft Theater, section: Loge Center, row: F, seat: 312
    CNCO tour: CNCO World Tour
    This photo is from an iphone 8. Photo is not zoomed in. Seats are really small but you forget about it when youre up and dancing. I love that you can see the stage and the visuals so clearly from this seat.
  • Honda Center, section: 227, row: M, seat: 8
    Marc Anthony tour: Legacy Tour
    none-zoomed picture.

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  • North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre, section: 101, row: 1
    5 Seconds of Summer tour: ROWYSO
    I don't remember what seat I had but I remember a little to the right in the 100s and first row of that section. Love the view. Had a great time.
  • The Forum, section: 235, row: 6, seat: 8
    Ariana Grande tour: Dangerous Woman Tour
  • The Forum, section: 235, row: 6, seat: 8
    Ariana Grande tour: Dangerous Woman Tour
    *i believe the photo is zoomed in a bit... A good view for the visuals however when the stage lights would rise, they would point straight at us, blinding us and making us unable to see the stage clearly for a few moments.