Tropicana Field

At which row is the lower level walkway at Tropicana Field?

Mar 2017

Answered by staff...

For fans seated in lower level sections 101-134 at Tropicana Field there is a walkway that separates these sections into lower and upper portions. The walkway runs around most of the lower bowl and provides access to the concourse tunnels where fans will find concessions and restrooms. In each of these sections, row JJ is the last row before the walkway begins. The walkway is comprised of space for fans to walk, along with a single row of wheelchair seating commonly labeled WCH. This accessible seating space is located directly behind row JJ.

Tropicana Field lower level walkway
Club seats on the first-base side of the field. These are just above the walkway (pictured in front of the section with wheelchair seating at the front).

The walkway and wheelchair seating space occupy what would be rows KK-OO. Therefore, the first row above the walkway is labeled PP. For fans seated on the third-base side of the field, rows PP and higher are sometimes called the Loge seats, while the same seats in even-numbered sections 106-126 are part of the exclusive Rays Club.

Because the walkway can become crowded with fans, views from the rows just above the walkway can sometimes be interrupted. Unless you're looking to sit in the Rays Club for its club benefits and comfortable seating, we recommend seats just in front of the walkway in rows FF-JJ. These seats will provide a nice elevated view of the field, quick walks to the concourse and no walkway distractions.

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