Air Canada Centre

If section 111 is behind the stage at a concert, can we even see the artists perform?

I have 3 tickets for Row 18 at the Air Canada Centre. I'm worried it may be better to trade in for Section 120.
Sep 2013

Answered by RateYourSeats.com staff...

From Section 111 you will be looking from behind stage right to the front of the stage, and therefore the majority of the views will be of the backs of the performers (you will not be able to see the faces of the performers for the majority of the show). The stage will be set up between sections 110 and 117, so while that does keep you close to the stage in section 111, the views will not be ideal from behind the front of the stage.

Section 111 Seat Map
For end-stage shows at AAC, Section 111 is close to the stage - but also behind the performance

Consider Side Sections as an Alternative

If exchanging your tickets is an option for you, we recommend search for seats in sections 118-120, and 107-109, as these will still keep you close to all the excitement, however will also provide a much better view of the performers and the stage from a face to face perspective.

Asked September 29, 2013 for Drake on Oct 24, 2013

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