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Great American Ball Park Club Seats & Premium Areas

  • Club Seats - The Club Seats at Great American Ball Park offer fans ideal views for Reds games and other events. For Reds games, sitting here provides some of the b...
  • Diamond Seats - The best seats for a Reds game are located in the first eight rows behind home plate in the ultra-exclusive Diamond Club seats. These seats give fans ...
  • Dugout Box (Reds Games) - Dugout Box seats are the first five (5) rows along the infield at Great American Ball Park. Being seated near the dugouts provides fans with an exciti...
  • Scout Seats - Scout Seats at Great American Ball Park are located behind home plate and are separated from the backstop wall by just the 8 rows of Diamond Club seat...

Best Seats For a Concert at Great American Ball Park

The most common seating layout at Great American Ball Park for concerts is an end-stage setup with the stage located near sections Section 101, Section 102 and Section 144. For many concerts there are also slight variations to the layout, which may include General Admission seats, fan pits and B-stages.

On the Field: Sections Field 1, Field 10, Field 11 and Field 12 are Field Seats, which offer some of the closest views of the performers. For many concerts, field sections are added or removed. These performer-specific adjustments may alter the field layout and the views from each field section.

To the Side of the Stage: For close views of the stage with a little bit of elevation, consider seats to the side of the stage in Section 113, Section 114, Section 115 and Section 116. The view is not head-on like on the field, but many of the seats are closer to the stage, provide better elevation and are actual stadium seats.

Head-on to the Stage: Seats directly across from the stage, like those in Section 1, Section 2, Section 3 and Section 4 provide the most comfortable looks of the performance. Even upper level sections offer unobstructed sitelines. Just keep in mind that you won't be able to see as much detail from these seats as you would if you sat closer to the stage.

Consider the Following When Buying Concert Tickets

Seats behind the stage are occassionally sold: Unless your main objective is to just get in the building, you'll want to completely avoid anything behind the stage - like those in/near or above sections Section 101, Section 102, Section 144 and Section 145. It's unlikely the performer will turn around to salute you - and you're more likely to be completely blocked out from seeing the show.

If you're on the shorter side (or bringing kids), consider field seats only in the first few rows: The most common complaint amongst field ticketholders is that they can't see the stage because of taller people in front of them. As an alternative, consider side sections near the stage that will still have you close and high enough to see.

Lower level side sections are not created equal: While the side sections closest to the stage are top-notch, side sections farther from the stage may leave you with a cramp in your neck. Sections 121 and 120 are not well-angled towards the stage - leaving you to turn your head for an ideal view. Instead, consider head-on sections in the lower level or even close side seats in the upper level like Sections 307 and 306.

All-Inclusive Tickets Seating for Reds Games

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  • All-Inclusive Tickets Seating - Great American Ball Park has several locations that feature all-inclusive amenities for Cincinnati Reds games. Amenities range depending on the group ...

Bleacher Seats for Baseball

  • Bleacher Seats - Reds Bleacher seats are the highest tier of seating behind the left field wall. Also known as the Kroger Bleachers, these will have a near impossible ...

Field Seats for Concerts

  • Field Seats - Field tickets for concerts at Great American Ball Park are the closest seating option to the stage. The layout of the sections on the field can chang...

Handlebar Seating for Baseball

Handlebar Rail and Standing room only area at Great American Ballpark
  • Handlebar Seating - Reds Handlebar tickets give fans access to what is now known as the Handlebar Presented by Hard Rock Casino. This includes an all-inclusive upscale bu...

Reds Dugout & Visitor Dugout

Reds Dugout - The Reds players sit in front of Section 128, Section 129 and Section 130

Visitor Dugout - The visiting team sits in front of Section 116, Section 117 and Section 118

Mezzanine Seating

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  • Mezzanine Seating - The Mezzanine Level is an unique seating deck on the third base side of the ballpark. Sitting here provides a closer view to the field than the View L...

Sun Moon Deck Seating for Baseball

Lower Level Outfield seats above bullpen at Great American Ballpark
  • Sun Moon Deck Seating - The Sun and Moon Deck located in Right Field at Great American Ball Park is a great place to sit for any fan looking to catch a home run ball. Se...

View Level Seats

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  • View Level Seats - The View Level at Great American Ball Park is the largest seating area in the park and is made up of all seats in the highest tier of the stadium. Vie...

Shaded & Covered Seating

Great American Ball Park Covered Seats
  • Early Afternoon - Great American Ball Park will see a lot of sun during a day game, leaving fans with few options for finding the shade during a Reds Game.  Overha...
  • Late Afternoon - For an afternoon first pitch, seats along the first base line offer some of the best protection from the sun at Great American Ball Park.  Fans c...

Great American Ball Park Seat Views

Best Seats for Great Views of the Field

For the best views of a Reds game at Great American Ball Park, fans will want to stick close to the infield where most of the top options are located on the lower 100 seating tier, or the secondary Club Level seating tier.

Among our recommendations are the seats just beyond the team dugouts down the first and third base lines. If you prefer sitting closer to the Reds dugout (first base side), look for seats in rows EE and higher of sections 128-131. The seats feel close to the action and have a good viewing angle of the entire playing field. But one of the biggest draws here is the overhead coverage, which can provide some much appreciated relief from the hot summer sun during a day game at GABP, helping to keep you in your seat watching the game.

You can find similar views down the third base side (closer to the visitors dugout) in sections 112-114, however there is far less overhead coverage here so sitting higher up is not as much of an advantage. Opt for seats in rows R through GG for excellent viewing height, and close proximity to the entry concourse entry tunnel located just above section 113. Fans will want to avoid sections 116 and 117 as these are far from the concourse (due to the suites just above), making for very long trips to and from the restrooms and concessions. If you want to avoid the protective netting, you'll want to find seats beyond section 113 on the third base side and section 133 on the first base side.

The aptly named scout seats at GABP offer the best of the best when it comes to views of a ballgame, but also come with a noticeably higher price tag. These seats give you an incredible perspective of the batters box and on deck circles, and also have amazing views of the pitches as they cross the plate. As a premium option, these seats also come with in-seat wait service, allowing you to order and receive food and beverage without having to miss a minute of the game. Just about every seating row is a phenomenal option here, although we recommend not going any higher than row I in sections 124 and 126 due to additional railings off the sides of the seating sections.

Sticking with the behind home plate views, there are also excellent options to be found on the second tier Club level in sections 222-225. You will have straight away views of the entire field from an ideal seating height, and with 6 rows of seating in each section you can really focus on the game while having short trips to and from the concourse.

Also located on the Club level, seats in rows H-M of sections 303-304 have very good views which are right in line with the Reds Dugout. These are further up in the club tier which can be a big benefit on bright summer days thanks to the better shade you will get. July sun in Cincinnati is no joke, so being able to find some relief is a significant benefit which helps keep you in your seat watching the action.

Should you be priced out of many of the lower and club level options when searching for great views, we recommend considering select options on the 400 level down the third base line. Also known as the Mezzanine, these seats extend closer and lower to the field than 400 level sections down the first base line. The views from rows C-H in sections 417-418 are some of the best you can find on the Mezzanine, with great alignment to the heart of the infield. Just be sure to avoid rows A-B where the safety railing at the front of the section can be a distraction.

Sections Section 128, Section 129, Section 130 and Section 131

  • Close to the infield and the Reds dugout
  • Covered by the seating deck above for good protection from the weather
  • Close to the entry tunnel at the top of the section

Sections Section 110, Section 111 and Section 112

  • Close to the infield diamond with good seating height
  • Nice viewing angle to the heart of the infield
  • Beyond the protective netting for clear sight lines to homeplate

Rows A-I in Sections Section 22, Section 23, Section 24 and Section 25

  • Impressive views of the batters box and on deck circles
  • Excellent positioning just behind home plate
  • Less time away from the game thanks to in-seat food and beverage service using Ballpark App

Sections Section 222, Section 223, Section 224 and Section 225

  • Prime position on the second tier club level and right behind home plate
  • Small seating sections help keep your focus on the field
  • Shorter trips to and from the concourse with all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic drinks

Sections Section 303 and Section 304

  • Good angle to the heart of the infield
  • Excellent viewing height from the club seating tier
  • Better protection from the sun than most areas as GABP

Rows C-H in Sections Section 417 and Section 418

  • Lower seating position than comparable seats on the first base side
  • Good viewing angle near the middle of the infield
  • Clear of the safety railing at the front of the section

Recommended Seats for Impressing a Guest

For Reds Games: Sections 220, 221, 222 and 223

  • Great elevated view from behind home plate
  • Club level seats with access to a lounge and all-inclusive buffet
  • Multiple bars including one in an expansive outdoor area

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Recommended Seats for Kids and Family

For Baseball: Sections 132, 133, 134 and 135

  • Good chance to stay cool on the side of the field with the most shade
  • Near the Fan Zone which has activities including a playground for kids
  • Close to a large concentration of concessions, makes it easy to get refreshments

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Recommended Seats for Partying and Socializing

For Baseball: Sections 138 and 139

  • Very close to the Bud Light Bar
  • Cheaper seats down the line and far from home plate
  • Good view of scoreboard to catch replays

For Baseball: Fioptics District

  • Access to the District rooftop patio
  • Upscale furniture and drink rails make it a great place to gather
  • Gigabar featuring new technological developments

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Seating Tips & Advice

  • "The cheapest seats in the house are also my favorite." - You are right on the end of the upper deck with fantastic views of the river.

Great American Ball Park Seating Reviews

  • "Great...If you don't care to see the game!" - - Our seats were 24 rows up, section 144 row X. We literally could not see 40 percent of the outfield....
    Section 144, Row X, Seats 7,8,9,10 / Baseball Review
  • "The ultimate seats for pure baseball interaction" - - These seats provide a completely different baseball experience for those looking to stay engaged wit...
    Section 104, Row A / Baseball Review
  • "Decent price/view at the cost of direct sunlight" - - These seats came at a decent price ($28 on the Reds website) and offers an exceptional view with a g...
    Section 412, Row G, Seat 24 / Baseball Review
  • "Great Scoreboard View" - - Section 435 is very small with only 5 total rows, so I loved the benefit of being able to get to the...
    Section 435, Row D, Seat 11 / Baseball Review
  • "Good view of the field and home plate" - - The seats were close to the aisle, food vendors and restrooms. Fan behavior is out of your contro...
    Section 416, Row P, Seats 3-4 / Baseball Review
  • " VIEW WAS GOOD, SHADED FROM THE SUN, PERFECT !!!!" - - We had a great game. we was under the seats above us, shadey. we could see the game great. and if i ...
    Section 411 / Baseball Review
  • "Awesome view" - - Great seats! No need to get up to get a hotdog or anything- wait staff will get that for you but pla...
    Section 122, Row D, Seat 8 / Baseball Review
  • "Arizona Diamondbacks at Cincinnati Reds - Sep 6, 2019" - - First time sitting in the Fox Club. Best experience I’ve had at GABP. Pizza, burgers, dogs, philly...
    Section 302, Row F / Baseball Review   Verified Customer
  • "Nice park!" - - We bought these seats last minute for a day game. Good view and not far from concessions. Recommen...
    Section 117, Row AA, Seat 1 / Baseball Review
  • "Fantastic, and affordable seats!" - - If you don't want to pay for infield seats these are a great alternative. I sat in the front row, o...
    Section 119, Row A, Seats 9,10 / Baseball Review
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    Venue & Seating Questions

    • What is the tall stack seating called at Great American Ball Park?

      The tall structures in right center field are the Pepsi Power Stacks, and the seating sections located just below are sections 145 and 146. There are no additional amenities that come with these seats, however there is a common standing area located above the sections for socializing while watching the game.

      Tower Stacks at Great American Ball Park
      The Pepsi Power Stacks are shown in the image above. (CreativeCommons)
    • Which seats at GABP are covered in case of rain or foul weather?

      The Cheapest Seats are the Best Protected

      GABP Roof
      The top rows of 500 level seating are among the only rain-proofed seats at Great American BallPark


      There are not many covered seats at Great American Ballpark, but some of the most well protected ones will be located at the very top of the 500 level as these seats are underneath a roof which sits atop the stadium. The seats with good coverage in the 500 level will be found in rows R-V in sections 520-537, and rows N-R in sections 509-519.

      Lower Level and Club Seat Options


      The last 3 rows of sections 127-134 (along the first base side) will also have decent coverage from the overhanging seating deck above, and you may also want to consider the
      Club Seating options which will give you access to a private club lounge where you can get out of the weather.

    • Is there wheelchair seating available at Great American Ball Park?

      Great American Ball Park has many handicap accessible seating options available, with the best options located at the top of most lower level sections (100 level) in the infield. Other good handicap accessible options are also available at the top of the Club level (200 sections) and Lower View Level (400 sections).


      For handicap seating, we recommend contacting the Reds Box Office directly to request these seats as they are not often available through any other seller. Fans can reach the Reds Ticket Department at 877-647-REDS.

    • Where are the best Level 1 concert views at Great American Ball Park?

      The best place to sit on the lower level is in a place that gives both a good angle toward the stage and is also not too far away from it. Sections 111, 112, 134, and 135 are two sections on each side of the stadium that are in great locations to watch the concert. These sections are the closest to the stage that are angled the right way for a concert. It would be better to sit in these sections than some on a higher level because they are much closer to the stage, but it would be a good idea to sit in a row near the middle of the section on the lower level to get some elevation to see over all of the people on the field.

      It is important to avoid seats in the outfield (Sections 140-143 and 102-105) on the lower level because these seats are almost behind the stage and have very poor views.

    • Where are the single lettered rows at Great American Ball Park?

      The single lettered rows are always located closer to the front of the seating sections at Great American Ball Park, with the double lettered rows located behind.

    • How many rows in each section at Great American Ball Park?
      Each section has a varying amount of rows and seats. Find a section to see row and/or seat numbers.
    • Is seat number 1 on the left or right side of sections?
      As you look towards the field from your seats, lower number seats are on your right.
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    Other Photos From Great American Ball Park

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    Balcony seats at Great American Ball Park in right field.
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    View from the right-field balcony.

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