Orchestra sections are separated into a front and rear portion, with the double lettered rows being located in the Front Orchestra (closer to the stage), and the single letter rows located in the Rear Orchestra.
Front Orchestra seating is home to the best and closest views of a performance at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. These sections are however much shallower than most at the Colosseum, which can make for difficult views if you should have taller fans right in front.
Sections 2 and 6 in the Front Orchestra begin with Row CC at the front and end with Row NN at the back, while Sections 3-5 extend a bit further down starting at Row AA. Handicap accessible seating is available behind the even numbered sections in the Front Orchestra.
For fans that want to stay on the main seating level, but don't want to pay the higher prices in the Front Orchestra, the Rear Orchestra sections are a great option. Good views from the lower seating tier and excellent elevation to the stage provide great sight lines from any area.
Rear Orchestra sections start with Row A at the front, and end with Row P at the back. Handicap accessible seating is available at the back of Rear Orchestra sections 3 and 5.
Our research shows that there are a total of 6 seats in Front Orchestra Section 2 Row FF at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. As you face the stage, Seat 201 will be on the aisle at the right side of the row, while Seat 206 is on the aisle at the left side of the row.