Each section has a varying number of rows and seats per row. If you already have tickets, find your seats for row and seat numbers.
As you face the stage from your seats, lower number seats are on your right.
For traditional end-stage concerts at the Toyota Center, floor sections A, B and C are closest to the stage. These sections typically have between 12 and 16 seats each, with seat 1 on the right aisle as you face the stage. In section A, seat 1 is farther away from center stage than high-number seats.
For most concerts at the Toyota Center with an end-stage layout, the first three floor sections - A, B and C - typically have about 15 seats per row. When looking at the stage from Section C, seat 1 is closest to the middle of the stage. Therefore, seat 12 is on the far left side of the section.
While the proximity to the stage makes these a desirable choice, your actual view of the stage might be somewhat disappointing as you won't have a desirable head-on view.