Madison Square Garden

Floor Seats For Madison Square Garden Concerts


Sitting Here for a Concert

Most fans will agree that floor seats are the best seats for seeing a concert at Madison Square Garden. Given their proximity to the stage, tickets in these seats often command top-dollar.

For a typical end-stage concert, there are 26 rows of seating in sections A-C and 15 rows in sections D-F. As the floor seats are not elevated, shorter fans may have a difficult time seeing the stage in rows 15 and above in sections A-C.

When sitting in floor section B or E for a traditional end stage performance, seat 1 will be on the left aisle as you face the stage, while seat 18 is on the right aisle. So if you want the most direct view to the center of the stage, seats 8 and 9 are where you will want to be.

Sections on the left side of the floor (A and D) are slightly smaller for a typical end stage configuration with just 16 seats in each, and the higher numbered seats will get you closer to the middle of the floor. Right side floor sections (C and F) normally have 17 seats per row for an end stage show, however you will want to seek out the lower numbered seats here to stay closer to the center of the stage.

Not all performances will feature a traditional layout, and it is not uncommon to find the floor of MSG configured with general admission standing room only seating. Among the more popular GA Floor setups include a divided East and West general admission floor, full single section GA Floor, and a partial GA Floor with reserved seating located in front of sections 1-3.  -

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "The seats were incredible"

      (Floor 10) - -

      I'm just over 5 ft. tall and had no problem seeing the stage.

    • "John Mayer - Jul 25, 2019"

      (Floor A) -
    • "Elton John - Mar 5, 2019"

      (Floor E) -

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