Allstate Arena

Allstate Arena Lower Level Side

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Sections 103 and 110 are home to some of the best seats for a traditional end stage performance at Allstate Arena thanks to close proximity to the stage, good viewing height above floor level, and a clear line of sight to the center of the action. To be closest to the typical end stage here, you will want to either be in the higher numbered seats of section 103 (most rows have 28 to 30 seats), or the lower numbered seats of section 110.

For those looking to get as close as possible for a traditional stage layout, sections 104 and 109 are options to consider but fans should be prepared for an extreme side angle view from the majority of seats. To avoid the most difficult views, opt for the lower numbered seats in section 104, or the higher numbered seats in section 109.

Most lower level side sections feature double lettered rows at the very front, followed by single lettered rows above. Sections 104 and 109 are the exceptions during a traditional end stage layout, as they do not extend as far to the floor and begin have single lettered rows only.

Entry tunnels are located at the top of the sections, leaving the shortest walks to and from the concourse for those seated in rows J and higher.  - RateYourSeats.com

Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

  • "Very Close to the Band"

    (Section 109) - -

    The seats were next to the stage, I believe 8 rows up counting the double lettered rows (AA, BB, etc). Great to see the artist up close, and they had a large video screen in case they went to the other side of the stage.

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