Chicago Theatre

Chicago Theatre Balcony Seating

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The Balcony at the Chicago Theatre is made up of 9 sections, the standard large sections occupy the middle of the Balcony, and they are flanked with Balcony Boxes on either side. Like the Main Floor sections, the Balcony sections are divided with left and right sections. There are sections 1R-3R and sections 1L-3L, with just one section 4. These 7 sections all have no less than 19 rows and the rows are divided into sections of their own. After rows E and L there are walkways going across all the sections to make it easier for patrons to get in and out of their seats.

The Balcony Boxes are located along the left and right sides of the Balcony sections. The Balcony Boxes on the left are numbered 1-9, with the boxes on the right numbered 10-18. Each box has at least 4 chairs for patrons to sit and enjoy the show. The views are not the best because you are not getting that center view, but you are still able to see the entire stage from each box section.  - RateYourSeats.com

Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

  • "Nice Balcony View"

    (Balcony 1R) - -

    Seats were very nice. Venue is beautiful. Dream Theater are amazing. Seats are low in the balcony, but pretty far to the right. Still the view was just fine. Sound was great.

  • "Great for the Cheap Seats"

    (Balcony 1R) - -

    For being all the way in the last segment in the balcony these seats still felt awfully close. I was able to see all details and facial expressions of the acts on stage from where I was which I was not really expecting. The Chicago Theatre seats are pretty comfortable and everyone can see the entir...

  • "Very hard to see the stage!"

    (Balcony 4) - -

    These seats are the second row in the upper balcony. With the rail covered, when you sat back in your seat you could not see the stage at all. Booster seats are available and I would highly suggest them for both children and adults under 5'6". The people in front of us in row M could not see as well...

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