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How are Sections 111 and 207 for concerts at Barclays Center?

Should I go with Section 207 Row 5 or Section 111 Row 9 for the Luke Bryant show? I am trying to find a better view and better experience, wondering where would you think would be the best option. Thank You.

Jun 2014

Answered by Steve at

As there are two levels of suites between the 100 and 200 level sections along the sides of the Barclays Center, Section 207 will sit much higher and further from the floor from Section 111. And while Section 207 may be further towards the position of a traditional end stage at Barclays Center, you may have difficulty seeing the front of the performers as the Luke Bryan concert features a larger stage setup which extends further toward the middle of the floor.

The view from Section 111 provides a better vantage point to the front and center of the stage, and you won't find yourself looking at the performance from behind or on the side. And at Row 9 in Section 111, you will also be in the last row of the section with a wall at your back, which allows you to stretch your arms out more and not have to worry about disrupting any fans sitting behind you.

Given the lower seating height to the floor and better angle to the center of the stage, we recommend opting for the tickets in Section 111 over Section 207.

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