Footprint Center

Section 120 at Footprint Center


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Section 120 Seating Notes

  • Rows 21C-26C are part of the North Club for basketball games

Row Numbers

  • For most events, rows in Section 120 are labeled 1-20, 21C-26C
  • For concerts, row 12 is usually the first row
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row 26C
  • When looking towards the court/stage, lower number seats are on the right

For Concerts, Section 120 May Have a Limited View

120 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.

Interactive Seating Chart


  • Section 120 Reviews

    Great Buffet and Comfort!

    Dec 2021

    Basketball Review
    Section 120, Row 25C, Seats 7-8

    These seats are located in the North Lounge, an all-inclusive western-themed area, open to all guests. However, only the ticketholders in this area get the included food and drinks. There is a convenient escalator from the main pavilion straight up to the bar, where they put your wristband on and let you free to roam. There is live music nightly, and the food is hit-or-miss. Today, it hit, and was fantastic. The service there is great, the bartenders are nice, and everyone seems to just have a great time up there (maybe it's just the included drinks...). They will take drink orders from your seat, too. Desert is served at halftime, and the ice cream line gets a little long, so you may want to get there a 30 secs - 1 min before halftime. The seats themselves are luxurious lounge chairs with extra padding and large endtables for your drinks and food. You won't run out of room here. The view is what you'd expect from behind the basket. It's up to you whether you like it or not. I'm personally okay with it, but I know people who like the view more than some sideline seats, and some who hate it. It's all preference. If you're in the higher rows, people standing up in front of you may become an issue, but usually it's not too bad. At the end of the day, this is more about the experience. These seats are perfect for families or people who just don't want to be running around a concourse to find food or a bathroom. Everything you need is right in this small little lounge.

    Behind the stage; better than expected but still bad

    Mar 2019

    Concert Review
    Section 120, Row 308, Seat 7

    When I bought tickets behind the stage for a concert at Talking Stick Resort Arena I knew what I was getting into. Behind the stage seats are cheaper because, well, they're behind the stage. I will admit, Justin Timberlake did it better than most. There were a couple songs that he played specifically to us seated behind the stage but 80% of the show was targeted towards everyone else. That meant I was looking at the back of the heads of the band and Justin for the majority of the concert. I still thought it was cool to experience this unique perspective, kind of getting a chance to peel back the curtain and see what goes on behind the scenes.

    • 100 Level Baseline (Basketball)


      For many NBA teams that share an arena with a hockey team, sections behind the baskets are pushed back really far from the action. At the home of the Suns, this isn't the case. Instead, the closeness of these sections create a more college-like atmosphere than in most arenas. Despite being close to the court, sections 108 and 120 offer some of worst views for a basketball game. With the hoop located directly in front of both of these sections, seeing if a basket is made or seeing anything on the far end is a challenge. When choosing baseline seats on the lower level, 108 and 120 should be avoided altogether. As an alternative, choose 107 or 119 where you won't be directly behind the basket and where you'll never have to walk to many steps to get in and out of your section. 

    • North Club


      The North Club Seats are one of the newest premium seating areas to come to the Footprint Center. Also referred to as the Jim Beam Barrel Bar, these seats are located in the upper rows of sections 119-121. Guests will enjoy one of the largest and most comfortable chairs in any NBA arena. They'll have a place for food, drinks and personal belongings all within arms reach. Each semi-private box also comes with a television for watching replays and keeping up on stats. For Suns games, ticketholders will have access to the North Club which is an all-inclusive space. Enjoy complimentary kitchen offerings, beer, wine and soft drinks. If you don't feel like leaving your seat, you can have drinks delivered directly to you. 

    • Ratings & Reviews From Similar Seats
    • "Decent Value for True Suns Fans"

      (Section 108) - -

      These seats are behind the basket in row 6, right at the Suns tunnel. Starting with the good: They are close to the action. When big dunks happen on your side, you feel like you are a part of the play. With these seats' proximity to the tunnel, you can get some autographs if you catch the players at...

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