Canadian Tire Centre

Canadian Tire Centre Floor

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Floor seating at the Canadian Tire Centre consists of 3 sections for most standard end stage performances. Floor Section B provides some of the best views thanks to the head on alignment with the center of the stage, and is also smaller with just 25 rows of seating (compared to Floor Sections A and C which have 45 rows of seating for an end stage performance).

In the standard setup, Floor Sections A, B, and C typically have 14 seats in each row. As you face the stage, Seat 1 is on the right side of the row leaving Seats 7 and 8 as the best for a center angle view to the Stage in Floor Section B. Conversely, you will want to be in the higher numbered seats when sitting in Floor Section A, or the lower numbered seats in Floor Section C, as these seats will prevent being on the outer edges of the floor. Aisle breaks are typically found in front of rows 13 and 25, while the mixing booth is located behind Floor Section B Row 25.

Floor configuration can vary greatly between performances including the potential for a full general admission floor where spots are standing room only and first come first serve. Doors typically open at least 60 minutes prior to show time at Canadian Tire Centre, and we recommend arriving as early as possible if you have floor tickets for a GA floor performance.

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