Schottenstein Center

Entry Level Side Seating at Schottenstein Center Concerts


Sitting Here for a Concert

The lower level at the Schottenstein Center is commonly known as the entry level. For concerts, sections at the side of the Entry Level rate as some of the best in the entire venue. These sections are known for their close proximity to the stage and for their elevation over the floor.

The closest of the side sections are 107 and 121. The first row (usually labeled C or D) of these sections is mere feet away from the stage and rival the first few rows of the floor as the best seats in the arena.

Most rows in these side sections contain 21 seats, labeled 1-21. When looking towards the floor from these seats, seat 1 is always on the right aisle. For fans seated in the aforementioned sections 107 and 121 for an end-stage concert, the side of the section closest to the stage (seats 12-21 in 107 and 1-10 in 121) may provide a less-than-ideal siteline. Instead, we recommend sections 106 and 122 for a guaranteed clear view of the stage.   -

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Michael Buble - Jul 21, 2019"

      (Section 107) - -

      Amazing seats! Great entertainer! Great concert! was great work with! Thank you!

    • "Great seats!"

      (Section 121) - -

      A lot of good interaction with the artist as she used the entire stage, but would probably purchase seats the next section over in the future time to get more of a front view instead of the side. We had a great time though!

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