Lincoln Financial Field

Upper Level Side Seating at Lincoln Financial Field Concerts


Sitting Here for a Concert

When choosing seats on the upper level of LFF, you\'ll typically be deciding between a side view closer to the stage or a head-on view farther from the stage. If you prefer to be slightly closer, you\'ll probably pay a few extra dollars to sit in one of the side sections.

When looking at tickets in these sections, your first consideration should be the weather. With most summer concerts beginning around 7PM, the setting sun will be directly in the eyes of fans seated in east sections 223-227. Meanwhile, fans on the west side will have the sun behind them and a much more comfortable experience.

If rain is a potential issue, you may need to compromise and purchase a ticket in one of the higher rows of these sections that are underneath the roof. For the best chance of being covered, aim for tickets in rows 18 and above. Just keep in mind that the section tunnel is located near row 4, so the higher you are, the longer your walk will be.

After the weather, you\'ll want to strongly consider what kind of view you will be getting. If you are in one of the closer side sections (227/243, etc.), you may have trouble seeing the entire stage. Instead, we recommend tickets in sections that are slightly pushed back. You\'ll have a better view and likely save a few dollars.  -

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "The sound was horrible"

      (Section 201) - -

      Went to see Metallica, the view was fine and the food was fine, the sound was horrible. I will never see a concert there again.

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