Toyota Center

Floor Seats For Toyota Center Concerts


Sitting Here for a Concert

Most concerts at Toyota Center utilize an end-stage setup where the stage is placed in front of sections 101 and 126 and all seating on the floor is reserved. For this layout, floor seats are usually divided into six sections labeled A-F. Row 1 is the first row in each of these sections, and most rows contain 14-16 seats.

While an end-stage layout with reserved seating is most common, a number of setups feature a general admission floor or pit section. All general admission sections are first-come, first-serve and fans are encourage to arrive to the venue early to get the best spot. General admission sections rarely feature chairs to sit on.


Interactive Seating Chart


  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Standing room only"

      (GA Floor) - -

      Of course very close to stage and great photo ops but expected to have floor seats as indicated from seating diagrams. Other patrons expressed same issue as there were still plenty room to put floor chairs.

    • "Great seats!"

      (Floor A) - -

      We had a blast and the seats were amazing!

    • "AC/DC Best view!"

      (Floor F) - -

      We arrived just on time after AC/DC jump on the stage. When we got to our seats they were occupied but fortunately the Toyota Center Staff member who take us there had our seats free after talking with the two people seated there. After that everything was perfect! The view was excellent, the pe...

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