Bradley Center

Bradley Center Floor

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In a traditional end stage configuration, the floor at the Bradley Center consists of floor sections 1-3 closest to the stage, sections 5-7 near the middle of the floor, and sections 9-11 at the very back of the floor. Each section typically features triple lettered seating rows with Row AAA being located closest to the front of the section.

As most of the floor sections have 14 seats per row in a traditional setup, seats 7-8 in floor sections 2, 6, and 10 will have the most direct line of sight to the center of the stage. If sitting on the right side of the floor (sections 1, 5, or 9), you will want to be in the higher numbered seats to be closest to the stage during a typical end stage layout at the Bradley Center. Conversely, the lower numbered seats on the left side of the floor (sections 3, 7, and 11) will have the closer positioning to the stage.

Not all performances at the Bradley Center will feature the traditional end stage layout, and for some events the seating row setup can switch from triple letters to a combination of single letters and double letters. Shows can also have the potential for a full general admission floor, where spots are standing room only and will be occupied on a first come first serve basis.  - RateYourSeats.com

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