It seems there are three ways to watch a performer, that is (1) watch the performer[s] or an artist on an elevated platform or stage while the audience were on the ground level watching upward toward the stage, (2) vice-versa or watch the performer[s] or an artist on the ground level while the audience were on the elevated seats or elevated platform watching downward toward the ground level where the performer[s] performs, and (3) watch the performer[s] or an artist on the same ground level just like the audience watching the performer[s] also on the same ground level together with the performer. But this third type of how to watch a performer is not quite recommended if there are many audience watching the performer[s],for only those who are on the front could watch the performer[s] on the same level and those audience behind could not behold the performance of the performer[s] because those audience watching behind are covered by the backs of those audience watching in front of them.
Thus, amphitheaters, coliseums and stadiums business infrastructure are hit and successful business ventures like the Araneta Coliseum in the Philippines wherein the Araneta Group who owns it gains large revenues from the various organizations who wanted to rent their coliseum for their respective upcoming events or activities or shows that requires a lot of audience or that requires large audience to see their events they would like to show off to the people and gain profit from the people watching their shows.
It is a hit business to own a modern day stadium, coliseum and theaters, nowadays: but you must have a large sum of money to invest to erect your own. Moreover, upgrading and updating and maintenance of your own coliseum also requires a lot of money and it is a must if you want to establish a sustain revenues from various organizations that would like to use your coliseum every so often.
This is what the Araneta Group plans to do with their famous Araneta Coliseum in the Philippines; in the coming years, a new modernized and well upgraded and updated coliseum will be unveiled to the Filipino public; new name, new facade, new buildings and new and upgraded seats and facilities.
According to Araneta Group CEO Jorge L. Araneta, the Araneta Coliseum or widely known in the Philippines as “The Big Dome” will be rename into now “Smart Araneta Coliseum” in partnership of Smart Communications.
A brand new upgraded seats now with cup holders will replace all the old 20,000 seats of the coliseum; escalators will also be installed and modernized new toilet facilities will also amazed and comfort the audience when they need to go to the restrooms.
There will be also new parking facility that will be built beside the coliseum and it will be a “green parking facility’ where plants are around the parking building. This parking facility will have a direct access to the Upper Box areas of the coliseum and indirect access to the Patron and Lower Box areas and will have escalators to the General Admission section.
A new private VIP boxes will be open and will be called “virtual boxes” that will provide VIP seatings for celebrities and that will offer top class food and beverages. Moreover, there will be a lounge bar where special guests or VIP persons could relax before and after the show. There would be also hotels that will be erected near the coliseum that will house international performer, businessmen, and local tourists.
Furthermore, there would be also a free Wi-fi access for those who would like to blog, tweet, share on facebook or whatever they wanted to share on the internet while they are on the show on the coliseum.
A giant LED walls will also be erected that will display schedules of shows and some video clips.
Most of all, the safety features of the coliseum will be improved to ensure more the safety of the people inside the coliseum.