Target Center

Target Center Floor

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Floor seats at the Target Center are the best way to ensure a head-on view of the performance from within 40 rows of the stage. Because the Target Center is a basketball-first arena, the floor is much smaller than a lot of stadiums that double as hockey venues. The resulting intimacy means that even the worst seats on the floor aren\'t that far away.

Floor and stage setups vary from show-to-show, with the most common setup being an end-stage layout with either 2 or 4 floor sections. When there are just two sections, they are labeled 1 and 2 and are side-by-side. When there are four sections, 1 and 2 are in the front floor and 3 and 4 are in the rear floor. Regardless of the setup, there is usually an aisle break after row 20 and a total of 40 rows on the floor.

Seat numbers also vary by performance, although the seat direction does not change. When looking at the stage from the floor, seat 1 is always on the right side of the section.

While the information above describes the reserved seating setup, general admission sections are sometimes added. These sections sometime take up the entire floor, while other times they are located close to the stage and are sometimes called a PIT. Either way, these general admission sections do not provide seats and there are no reserved standing spaces.  - RateYourSeats.com

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