Rogers Place

Rogers Place Floor Seats for Concerts

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Features & Amenities

For most concerts at Rogers Place, all floor seating is in a single section. The most common layout has the floor as a reserved seating section, while other shows will have the floor as general admission.

Floor Row and Seat Numbers

When seating on the floor is in a single reserved section, there are typically 45 rows of seats with row 1 closest to the stage.

Seat numbers will usually run from 1-48 with seat 1 on the far left as you look towards the stage from the floor.

Although the floor is a single section, aisle breaks typically run between seats 14 and 18 and 31 and 35 (seats 15-17 and 32-34 are usually removed).

Aisle breaks are also found every 12 rows or so, but the exact placement of these varies by performance.

General Admission Floor Tickets

When the floor is a general admission section, there will be no seats on the floor and ticketholders must stand for the duration of the show.

All standing spaces are first-come, first-serve, and fans are encouraged to arrive early for the the best chance at being near the stage.

Most general admission tickets are labeled GA (e.g.: GA Floor, GA Pit).

Note: These seats are highlighted on the map

Interactive Seating Chart


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    Floor Seats Reviews


    Jan 2019

    Concert Review
    Floor, Row 13, Seat 29

    Doesn’t get much better than this! I sat in the exact center of the floor seats to see Dierks Bentley this past Thursday. The extra money was definitely worth it! It was practically a giant party on the floor. Everyone was into the show, and being located in the center, I could feel the energy of those around me. Additionally, I had an incredibly clear view of Dierks the entire show. Last added bonus, there is a special bar and restroom accessible to only people with floor tickets. This made getting beers in between sets super quick.

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