TD Garden

Floor Seats For TD Garden Concerts

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Sitting Here for a Concert

TD attracts the biggest names in music - and when these performers come to town, tickets on the floor are usually the most desirable. Different performers will have different floor and stage setups, but the most common setup at TD Garden is to have nine floor sections labeled A-J. Sections A-C make up the front floor, while sections D-F and G-J make up the middle and rear floor, respectively.

Row labels on the floor are almost always numbered with row 1 closest to the stage. The floor holds about 50 rows of seats with the front floor usually spanning about 20 rows. The middle floor usually holds 10 rows per section, while the the rear floor rows are commonly labeled 1-16. An aisle break can be found behind both the front and middle floor sections.

Seat numbers on the floor are fairly standardized with most rows containing 14 seats. Again, this is subject to change by performance, but most shows use this traditional end-stage setup. When looking towards the stage from the floor, seat 1 is the right-most seat in each section.   - RateYourSeats.com

Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

  • "Must be Tall"

    (Floor D) - -

    Thank god for the big screen behind the stage or I would have not seen a dang thing! If you want floor seats and you're not NBA tall - buy closer to the stage! Or lodge for a perfect view!

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