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Anyone seen the Conan show live?
I'm planning on taking my friend to it this fall, as she's a huge fan and has yet to see him live.
Assuming we win the lottery (and we should win, as I'm applying for virtually everyday in October), I'm just curious as to what to expect, and more importantly, what seats to try and get.
From what I've read online, apparently you arrive in the morning and are placed in a group. Then you return in the afternoon, and you're seated based on what group you're in. The first group is seated in the front, followed by the second group, etcetc. I want to be sure that we get good seats, though. My friend is 4'11" and I don't want to be stuck behind a camera or whatever to where she can't see anything. Any idea what group we should aim for so we get seats near the front-ish and in the middle? I figure we can get there in the morning and then just watch people go buy and sign up at the proper time (so if you guys recommend being in groups seven through ten or whatever, we'll wait until the ticketing person says that many groups are signed up and then give our names).
Thanks! Also any advice tips in general about this experience would be great. I've only been to LA once (she's similarly inexperienced) so maybe some restaurant recommendations for afterwards would also be appreciated.
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