Air Canada Centre

Air Canada Centre Floor

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Floor seating for traditional end stage concerts at Air Canada Centre is made up of three sections (left, center, and right) which are located in front of the stage. The floor sections are very large with as many as 47 numbered rows of seating, and in the traditional setup the sections feature aisle breaks located between rows 10 and 11, as well as between rows 26 and 27.

During a performance featuring a traditional end stage configuration, seat numbers begin with seat 1 on the far edge of the left floor section, and continue through the center floor section later ending with the highest seat numbers at the far edge of the right floor section. Therefore, seating typically runs from seat 1 through seat 14 in the left floor (seat 14 being closest to the stage), seat 15 through seat 28 in the center floor (seats 21 and 22 being closest to the center), and seat 29 through seat 42 in the right floor (seat 29 closest to the stage).

It is not uncommon for performances to feature a unique setup on the floor, including the possibility of a shortened center floor section (ending at row 26 to accommodate a mixing booth behind), as well as a single general admission standing room only floor configuration.  - RateYourSeats.com

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    Crowd, spacing , access to washroom and food.

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