Ball Arena

Balcony Side Seating at Ball Arena Concerts


Sitting Here for a Concert

The Ball Arena Balcony is split up into lower balcony sections and upper balcony sections. The lower balcony sections are all labeled with an odd number and are almost always far superior to the even-numbered upper sections.

The most significant differences between the lower and upper sections are elevation and size of the sections. The lower balcony sections are far closer to the floor and require just a few steps down to access your seats. Meanwhile, the rear balcony is accessed via a separate staircase before continuing up more seats to your row. Because the front balcony sections only include three rows, and there is an abundance of wheelchair-accessible seating in this area, non-accessible seating tickets are rarely available. When they are put up for sale, they tend to offer very good value for Ball Arena concerts.

If lower balcony tickets are unavailable, we recommend upper balcony tickets in the lowest row possible. Among side sections, 302 and 342 begin with row 4, while all other sections begin with row 6. Spending a few extra dollars to sit in a lower row will ensure a closer view, will limit the number of stairs you have to walk and will keep you from the \"nosebleed\" seats that draw poor reviews from previous ticketholders.   -

Interactive Seating Chart


  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Jonas Brothers - Oct 1, 2019"

      (Section 302) - -

      We liked that we had a rail in front of us so there were no other guests right there. However, we thought the ‘scoreboard’ was going to show video of the concert.

    • "Good seats for the price"

      (Section 338) - -

      With the tv screens there is no bad seats.

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