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Jimmy Buffett at MGM Grand Garden Arena Las Vegas

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I'm planning a trip to Vegas in Oct, and we're going to see Jimmy Buffett. He will be playing at the MGM Grand on Oct 20 and Oct 27.
Looking at tickets on Ticketmaster, and trying to decide if I should get tickets on the floor or in the lower level reserved seating. Sections 8 and 9 are available in the lower levels, and section E or H on the floor. Both are the furthest back from the stage in their category, basically. No difference in price between floor reserved or lower level reserved. But not sure if we'll be able to see the stage from the floor seats, with people standing up, dancing - I'm only 5'1" tall....
Also I can't tell from the seating plan, but I assume, for example, that row C is closer to the front than say row L? That seems obvious, but I thought I would check.
Thanks

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