Staples Center

Floor Seats For Staples Center Concerts


Sitting Here for a Concert

With the Staples Center attracting some of the biggest names in music, floor seats are some of the most sought-after tickets nationwide. For most shows, the stage is setup at the far end of the floor closest to sections 114-117. Floor seats are then divided up into six sections labeled 1-6. These sections should not be confused with Premier sections 1-6 which are found in the second ring of seating.

When the floor is setup as described above, floor sections typically contain 25 rows of seats with row 1 at the front of each section. Floor section 5 is usually reduced in size to about 10 rows to make room for the sound mixer directly behind. While seat numbers vary by performance, there are typically 14-16 seats in each row on the floor.

While an end-stage setup is the most common layout, there are times when the stage is set up at center stage. When this is the case, section locations and row and seat numbers can vary greatly from the base setup. Other modifications include general admission sections and pits where there are no seats and standing spaces are first-come, first-serve.


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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Uncomfortable chairs"

      (Floor 3) - -

      Chairs very uncomfortable, had to sit sideways to see Mr Buble, worse than airline seats.

    • "Couldn't see the stage for such a high price"

      (Floor 2) - -

      My daughter was excited to get floor seats to go see Panic at the Disco, but what a disappointment. For almost $200 you could barely see the stage. We were in the second row of the second floor section and our seats were right in the middle facing the stage. Should have been a great view, but cou...

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