Section 400 at Darien Lake Amphitheater
Section 400 Seating Notes
- For most concerts, rows in Section 400 are labeled 1-15
Interactive Seating Chart
Section 400 Reviews
Darien Lake Amphitheater has five levels of reserved seating. Each level of the theater gets further away from the stage leading to the general admission lawn in the back. Benefits of seating in reserved areas include: Closer to the stage Assigned Seats Clear views Overhead coverage (most seats) 100 and 200 Levels The closest seats for a show at Darien Lake Amphitheater are in sections 100-102 and 200-204. If cost is not an issue, these are usually the preferred option. When the entire 100 level is reserved seating, sections 100-102 extend to the stage. For other shows, a standing room only section called a pit is placed in front of the stage. 300 and 400 Levels In the middle of the pavilion are sections 301-306. For those looking to sit under cover, these are the cheapest options. Many sections will also have obstructed views: Section 400 is located behind the sound booth Support beams lead to obstructions for some seats in 303, 403, 304 and 404 We recommend seats in 301, 302, 401 and 402 on this level. 500 Level Sections 500-508 are the last reserved sections before the lawn. These are often the most affordable assigned seats. Sections are smaller with just six rows. However, due to support beams, many seats have obstructed views to the stage. Fans should also be aware that seats are outside the amphitheater canopy. If there is any rain in the forecast, come prepared with a poncho or rain jacket.