Spectrum Center

Floor Seats For Spectrum Center Concerts


Sitting Here for a Concert

For most concerts at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte (formerly Time Warner Cable Arena) the stage is set up at the end closest to sections 107-112. In this end-stage setup, the floor is typically divided into six sections labeled Floor 1 - Floor 6.

More often than not, all floor sections are the same size. That is, they typically include roughly 20 rows of lettered seating with Row A at the front of each section. Seat numbers vary by performance, but the most common setup has 14 seats in each row with seat 1 located on the right aisle (as you face the stage).

While the previous notes describe reserved seating, the floor is occasionally turned into a general admission section. When this is the case, all general admission ticketholders will have access to all parts of the general admission area. If you have a general admission ticket and want to be close to the stage, we recommend arriving to the early a few hours before doors open. Once the doors open, GA ticketholders will be able to occupy standing spaces on a first-come, first-serve basis.  - RateYourSeats.com

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Awesome"

      (Floor 2) - -

      Best seat I ever had.

    • "Fantastic location! "

      (Floor 4) - -

      We were right in the middle of the excitement - we stood and danced the entire concert!!! LOVED OUR SEATS!

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