Major Seating Changes At Luke Bryan’s New York State Fair Show
The New York State Fair has announced some changes to seating for Luke Bryan‘s Show Thursday, August 29. Some of the seats closest to the stage will be eliminated due to an extended set-up that Luke uses. Click for the special seating chart for the show and more details from the fair.
Luke is not one to stand still during his performance and he tours with an extended stage to allow for “room to run,” it also enables him to get deeper into the crowd. This will eliminate three sections of seats on the flat track that are generally the closest to the stage.
Luke Bryan’s stage show incorporates an extended stage, called a thrust. The thrust is a pair of runways in the shape of a cross that juts out from the center of the stage front and into the seating area. On the standard layout map of the Grandstand, the three sections closest to the stage — sections X1, X2, and X3 on the Flat Track — will be eliminated in order to make room for the runways.
Here’s how the seating chart usually looks :
This will be the seating chart for the Luke Bryan Show:
Tickets for Luke Bryan go on sale tomorrow (6/1) morning at 9. Tickets are available at the State Fair Box Office or on etix.com and cost $70, 60, and 50. The Great New York State Fair runs from August 23rd through September 3rd.