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  • On Nov 28, 2013
    Catherine from MI Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    What is the difference between the front and center seats or golden circle seats in the Cirque Du Soleil show? Besides the price.

    Hi Catherine,  

    Thanks for sending the Disney Parks Moms Panel your question!  I am so happy to hear you are considering attending Cirque du Soleil's La Nouba at Downtown Disney.  I am a huge Cirque fan and have seen this particular show more than a dozen times (like I said - I am a huge fan)!  The Golden Circle is quite simply the best seats in the house in terms of viewing.  They are a few rows back, so guests will not have to look up or down, and the seats are directly in the centre of the Theatre allowing guests in these seats to see everything.  Personally, I have found that for this particular show, as long as you are centre, you will have a good view, and will be happy with any seat in the middle section.  I have found that seats on the outside are a little more difficult to see everything going on, but you really don't miss anything.  The Front & Center seats have a great view as well, however, I prefer not to sit in front few rows as it is difficult to see everything that is going on, being further back allows for a full "landscape" view of the performance.  Personally, I would choose seats in the Front & Center category, just behind the Golden Circle if possible.  This way you have the prime view without the Golden Circle price.  

    I hope you enjoy La Nouba as much as I do Catherine.  Please let me know if you have any other questions.  I would love to hear from you again.

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