The Palace of Auburn Hills

Floor Seats For The Palace of Auburn Hills Concerts

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Floor seating offers the closest views to the stage and exciting head on-views of the performance. Seating is comprised of folding chairs set up on the floor of the arena, which provides no elevation over the fans sitting in front of you. Aside from the lack of height over the rows in front, fans are also known for standing during most of the performance in the floor sections.

For most shows, floor seats are sub-divided into six sections labeled A-F. Floor sections A-C are part of the front floor and are typically comprised of 30 rows of seats labeled 1-30. Rear floor sections D-F are also made up of 30 rows with row 1 closest to the front floor.

When looking towards the stage from one of the floor sections, seat 1 is always on the right aisle. While actual seat numbers vary by show, sections B and E typically have 14 seats, while all other sections have 16 seats.

When the floor is set up as general admission, the entire floor is usually first-come, first-serve. All tickets give equal access to the floor and fans are encourage to arrive early for the best spot. When the floor is GA, there are no seats and fans will be standing throughout the performance.  - RateYourSeats.com

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