The Forum

The Forum Lower Bowl Side Seating


Sitting Here for a Concert

While lower level side seating for a concert is usually one of the best ways to see the show, these seats aren\'t as good at the Forum as they are at other venues. There are two main issues with these sections. First, the over-sized floor results in these seats being farther away from the performance when compared to side sections in other arenas. Second, the best side sections (110-112 and 125-127) are angled slightly away from the stage, creating somewhat uncomfortable sitelines when sitting in your seat.

Despite being farther from the stage than expected, the front rows in these sections are highly recommended. Because the 100 level is elevated above the floor, the front rows of these side sections offer excellent unobstructed views without any distractions from the floor.

If the front rows are outside of your budget, the most comfortable seating can be found in the upper rows of these sections. The additional elevation will allow for comfortable sitelines and the steepness of the upper rows makes it easier to see over ticketholders in closer rows.

Each lower level section at The Forum contains just 16 rows of seats and up to 12 seats per row. These are relatively small sections by comparison, making them easy to navigate in and out of. When sitting in your seat, lower number seats are on your left. For example, in section 125 seat 1 is the closest seat to the end-stage.   -

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Best seats in the house"

      (Section 112) - -

      No one in front of you at all. These seats are as close as you can get to the stage without being on the floor. Past the barricade! REALLY GOOD SEATS!

    • "Bob Seger - Feb 23, 2019"

      (Section 131) -
    • "Great view, no one in front of you"

      (Section 110) - -

      The seats were in the Chase Lounge; wheelchair accessible.

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