Which types of standing tickets are there?
There are different types of standing tickets, depending on the event. These include standing areas in the centre square (arena floor), the grandstand (first floor) and the balcony (second floor), where the standing areas always located behind the last row of seats.
Standing in the centre square (arena floor)
These are located on the ground floor in front of the stage, also called the arena floor or centre square. In some cases, the so-called 'Golden Circle' or one or more 'pits' are also provided here, or a zone is made for special packages. These are chosen by the organiser in consultation with the artist and separated from the rest on the arena floor.
1st floor stands (grandstand)
The grandstand (also called the first ring) is the sloping part that starts on the arena floor. Standing places are located behind the last row of seats on the 1st floor.
Standing places 2nd floor (balcony)
The balcony (or second ring) is one floor higher than the grandstand. Here too, the standing places are located behind the last row of seats on the 2nd floor.