Vivint Arena explains seat situation
Vivint Smart Home Arena is apologizing for any seating problems people had Wednesday night at the first major concert since the renovation.
It was Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, Soul2Soul, but some people had to change from seat to seat.
They bought their tickets months ago, but when the arena was renovated, some seats were removed.
We are sorry that people have been inconvenienced. As the renovation plan has unfolded now, and we have the seats configured in a new manner now,” said Frank Zang, VP of Communications for the Larry H. Miller group of companies.
Zang says some future concerts and games may also be affected, so anyone with questions should contact the box office.
He says they tried to reach those ticket holders before last night, but when tickets change hands that’s hard to do.
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