Little Caesars Arena

Mezzanine 2 at Little Caesars Arena

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Little Caesars Arena Mezzanine 2 View

Mezzanine 2 Seating Notes

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Mezzanine 2 are labeled 1-5
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row 5
  • When looking towards the ice/court/stage, lower number seats are on the right

For Concerts, Mezzanine 2 May Have a Limited View

Mezzanine 2 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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  • Mezzanine 2 Reviews

    • Mezzanine Behind the Net (Hockey)

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      Sitting behind the nets on the Mezzanine Level is an excellent choice for fans who want a comfortable spot to watch a hockey game at Little Caesars Arena. The viewing height is ideal for clear sight lines to the ice, and you will rarely need to turn your head at any point between puck drop and the final horn. Most sections have just 5 numbered rows of seating in each, making it a breeze to move between the concourse and your seats.  The only spots where you can find a longer walk here is in Mezzanine section 1 or 4, which adds 5 lettered rows of seating closer to the ice for an impressive and unique viewing position. These seats are great for visiting team fans as it gets you closer to the net where the visitors attack twice. Conversely, home team fans will want to be at the south end of the arena (Mezzanine sections 18-21) for a closer position to the net where the Wings attack twice. Most of the Mezzanine sections behind the nets offer a unique Drink Rail ticket option at the top of the section. Fans should be aware however that views from the rail position will be limited. 

    • Mezzanine End (Basketball)

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      The most affordable of the Mezzanine options, seating sections here are a good option for fans who prioritize convenience over viewing experience. The majority of Mezzanine End sections have just 5 numbered rows in each, allowing you to move easily between your seat and the amenities on the concourse. At the north end of the arena, Mezzanine sections 1 and 4 are slightly larger and feature 5 additional numbered rows of seating at the very front. To avoid sitting in the direct line behind the baskets, fans will want to search for the lower numbered seats in Mezzanine sections 2 and 19, and the higher numbered seats in Mezzanine sections 3 and 20. Doing so will ensure you don't get stuck on the aisle directly behind the basket, where your view can be very difficult for action at the near basket. Standing drink rail tickets are often available at the top of most Mezzanine End seating, however fans should be aware that these tickets come with a limited view. 

    • Mezzanine Level

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      The Mezzanine Level at Little Caesars Arena is the second of three main seating bowls. This area circles the stadium and is located just above the main Suite Level and below the upper (200) level. This is the smallest of the seating bowls with each section containing five or fewer rows. With a minimal number of rows, these seats are ideal for guests who don't wish to walk up and down a lot of stairs or be distracted by other fans doing the same. For basketball and hockey games, Mezzanine sections 10-12 and 27-29 are the best of the bunch. These are located at center court for Pistons games and center ice for Red Wings games. For fans who want the most comfortable views of the action, these are tough to beat. Further, these center-most sections are part of the Mezzanine Sideline Club for most events, giving them even more amenities. For concerts, Mezzanine sections 18-21 are located at the opposite end of the arena from a typical end-stage setup. The head-on view is comfortable, but some might complain that the view is just too far away. Other options for a concert include sections 8-12 and 27-31 which are closer to the stage but have a side view. Additional notes: M1-M7 and M32-M34 are behind the stage for most end-stage concerts The Red Wings shoot twice towards the net in front of M15-M24 

    Event Schedule

    • Red Wings
    • Concert
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