Section 101 at Lakewood Amphitheatre
Lakewood Amphitheatre Section 101 View
Section 101 Seating Notes
- For most concerts, rows in Section 101 are labeled A-W, VIP
Interactive Seating Chart
Section 101 Reviews
The closest seats to the stage at Lakewood Amphitheater are the reserved seats. Reserved sections are split into 100 and 200 level sections. In the middle, dividing the two levels of seating, are the VIP Box seats. 100 Level Sections (101-103) Sitting in a 100 level section gives fans some of the best views for a show at Lakewood Amphitheatre. The sections run right up the the front of the stage - bringing fans closer than anywhere else in the venue. Sections 101 and 103 feature 24 lettered rows of seating (starting with Row A in the front and ending at Row X in the back), while Section 102 has 25 lettered rows of seating (ending at Row Y). Pit For some shows, a general admission pit area is placed in front of the 100 level sections. Fans with GA pit tickets will not have a reserved seat and will have to stand for the concert. 200 Level Sections (201-207) Fans that are looking for a reserved seat at a more affordable price will want to search for tickets in one of the seven sections that make up the back reserved seating area known as the 200 level. It is important to note that not all seats in this area will be under the roof, which could be an issue in the event of inclement weather. Support beams located right at Row VV also make for difficult views, so look for tickets within Rows AA-RR for the best overall experience. Fans sitting in triple-lettered rows (e.g.: AAA) should expect to be outside of the pavilion roof.