For most shows, the Pit is a reserved seating split up into left and right sections. The Pit usually features twelve rows of seating with Row 1 right up against the stage. Given their proximity to the stage and head-on views, these tickets are usually the most expensive for performances at the Greek.
One common complaint amongst ticketholders in the Pit is the height of the stage relative to the seats. The Pit is not elevated, so ticketholders (especially those in the closest rows) have to look up to see the stage. For many fans, this is a small price to pay for an opportunity to be within mere feet of a favorite performer.
Other sections listed above are only set-up for select concerts and shows. To learn more about seats in those sections, select your event and click the section on the ticket map.