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Maccain09
Posted: Wednesday, September 23, 2015 6:57:40 PM

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I need a pair in case they announce passenger again - this way I can wear sunnies and just sleep while standing up while he murders some classic songs from established artists. Hopefully my snoring won't take away from his "show"..

Aside from him I need more info - these things would sell
TheLoneRanger
Posted: Friday, December 09, 2016 7:42:31 PM
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bluesfestadmin wrote:
Rule is basically - if chair capacity is full - and you need to leave - the chair is deemed vacant
Sometimes people mind chairs for a short time whilst people go to the bathroom - we think that's fine
However, should an usher see a chair vacant for any extended period - when at or near capacity, and someone claim they are minding the chair, - they will deem it vacant if requested by anyone to allow them to sit there.
Everyone needs to be co-operative.
However at the last festival - there were hardly any chair issues
thanksmoderator

I think we need to define "a short time" and "any extended period " in terms of minutes.
The problem is that ushers do not watch chairs.
It is other punters who do.
I believe that if people leave their chair for any reason,it is then fair game.

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