American Airlines Center

Section 101 at American Airlines Center

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Section 101 Seating Notes

Row Numbers

  • For most events, rows in Section 101 are labeled AA-MM, A-Z
  • For hockey games, row A is usually the first row
  • Row P is usually the first row for concerts
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row Z
  • When looking towards the court/ice/stage, lower number seats are on the right

For Concerts, Section 101 May Have a Limited View

101 is behind the stage or to the side of the stage for most concerts. This may restrict or limit your view of the performance.


For more information about the stage setup for your show, find your event.

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  • Section 101 Reviews

    Good location and good view but not comfortable seating!

    Dec 2014

    Basketball Review
    Section 101, Row T, Seats 7&8

    Most uncomfortable seating I have ever had at a pro sporting event! Food was just ok! Cowboy stadium concessions food taste much better! Fries are very greasy, like they used old oil to fry in! Chicken strips were gummy and dry. Bun on chicken sandwich very dry and crumbled as you ate your sandwich. Not moist at all.

    These are primo seats!

    Hockey Review
    Section 101, Row D, Seats 10-11

    If you can, I'd get some in that area, you will NOT be dissappointed! You don't need a waiter, you're at a friggin hockey game for crying out loud!

    • On the Glass

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      Glass seats at American Airlines Center are all seats in Row A of the Plaza Level. Many fans would consider these the best seats for a Dallas Stars game. Being within arms reach of the action gives fans an appreciation for the size and speed of the players on the ice. In addition to having one of the most exciting seats for watching a hockey game at American Airlines Center, fans with a ticket on the glass will have access to the Tequila Patron Lounge which offers all-inclusive food and beverage. Where to Sit  Sections 111-114 are on the end of the ice the Stars will shoot twice. Sitting in Glass Seats in these sections would literally be a front row seat to many Stars scoring opportunities. Sitting at the ends also has the least amount of obstructed views from the glass. Sections 106 and 107 will be near center ice. However, due to the angles along the glass some areas of the ice in the corners may be tough to see. 

    • Plaza Level

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      The lower bowl of American Airlines Center is called the Plaza Level. This is usually the first place fans look for tickets when attending a Mavs or Stars game. Your experience in the Plaza Level will depend on the type of event you're going to. For basketball games, we strongly recommend purchasing tickets in one of the eight sections that run along the sideline. It will cost extra to sit here, but you'll have better sitelines than if you sit behind the basket. There are a number of great options in the Plaza Level for hockey games. Corner sections give you a great angle towards center ice, while seats along the side allow you to see just how fast the game is. If you're a Stars fan - and you're not sitting near center ice - consider tickets near sections 108-117. The Stars shoot toward this net in the first and third periods. Or if money is no issue, consider the ultimate ticket: Glass Seats in the first row. Concert Tickets on the Plaza Level  The Plaza Level is a popular alternative to Floor Seats for concerts. Guests will still find close views and will have an easier time seeing over guests in front of them. The layout of the stage varies, but it is most often placed in front of sections 101 and 124. When this is the case, sections 105 and 120 are the best Plaza Level seats. 

    • Ratings & Reviews From Similar Seats
    • "Could see everything!"

      (Section 113) - -

      The seats were amazing, but you can almost always have better seats. I love going to AAC because everything is great!

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