T-Mobile Arena

Section 16 at T-Mobile Arena

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T-Mobile Arena Section 16 View

Section 16 Seating Notes

  • For hockey games, desirable view from near center ice
  • Views from near midfield for Fighting games
  • Premium seating area as part of the Center Ice Club Seats
  • Rows GS1-GS2 are part of the Glass Seats for Golden Knights games

Row Numbers

  • For most events, rows in Section 16 are labeled 1-2, AA-DD, A-Z
  • For hockey games, row GS1 is usually the first row
  • Row AA is usually the first row for Fighting games
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row Z
  • When looking towards the stage/ice/field, lower number seats are on the left

Interactive Seating Chart

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  • Section 16 Reviews

    Great Seats, But Stuck in the Middle

    Feb 2019

    Hockey Review
    Section 16, Row W, Seat 11

    Amazing seats for hockey. At the top of the section so easy access to the club lounge at the top of the section. High enough to see over the boards right at the blue line. I had a pretty big guy sitting next to me but wide comfortable club seats were super comfy. Club lounge is semi-private. There are concessions, but you still have to pay for them. Nothing overly special. You're sitting here for the outstanding view!

    Incredible Seats Just a Few Rows From the Front

    Sep 2021

    Concert Review
    Section 16, Row A

    Easily the best concert tickets I've ever had at such a large arena. There was a catwalk and another stage that was literally just a few feet from where we were sitting. It's not going to be like that for every show, but when it it is, these are going to be tough to beat. View of the stage and the sound were absolutely incredible. Lighting for the iHeart Festival was also top-notch since it was being televised.

    • Center Ice Club Seats

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      On the T-Mobile Arena seating chart, sections 5, 6, 15 and 16 are considered Center Ice Club Seats. In addition to one of the best views in the arena, ticketholders will have access to the lounge area adjacent to these sections. The Bud Light Lounge is located near sections 15 and 16, while the Jack Daniel's Lounge is on the opposite side of the ice. These areas contain upscale seating, multiple televisions and statement bars. For hockey games and fighting events, these sections have a perfectly centered view of the action. For most concerts these are some of the best side sections on the Main Concourse. 

    • Glass Seats

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      On the Vegas Golden Knights seating chart, lower level sections are known as the Main Concourse. For VGK games, rows GS1 and GS2 in Main Concourse sections are Glass Seats. Owing to their amenities and proximity, these are widely considered some of the best seats in the arena. The experience of sitting in these seats is un-matched. Guests will sit within just a few feet of the action and will have up-close views of the players crashing into each-other and scoring goals. Glass Seats tickets give fans access to some of the stadium's most exclusive lounges on the Event Level. For Golden Knights games, fans will enjoy an all-inclusive experience with complimentary food and beverage. 

    • Main Concourse Side (Concert)

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      With the exception of floor seating, side seats on the lower level are among the most desirable tickets for a T-Mobile Arena concert. These sections offer (mostly) unobstructed views of the stage, comfortable seating and great proximity to the stage. The safest bets among section in this seating zone are lower sections 5 and 16. For an end-stage concert these seats offer excellent angles to the stage without any obstructions. You'll only have to turn your head modestly to see the entire stage and you'll still be very close to the performance. While sections 5 and 16 are safe bets, sections 4 and 17 offer a chance to be incredibly close to the stage - but they also run the risk of being too much to the side of the stage. If your budget can handle it, we recommend being within the first ten rows of these sections. Because the sections flare out behind the stage as you go higher up, seats in the lower rows have a better chance of a great siteline to all areas of the stage. Another reason to be in a lower row in these sections is that there are fewer seats in these rows (this is also the case with lower rows in sections 7 and 14). Unlike the rest of the arena where Row A is usually the first row, Row 1 is the row closest to the floor in these sections. Rows AA and BB then follow Row 1, before giving way to rows A-Z. 

    • Main Concourse Sides (Fighting)

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      The Main Concourse Sides at T-Mobile Arena offer some of the best views for fighting events. With 30 rows in each section there is plenty of seating in these lower level sections. The lower rows will give you a view that is almost level with the ring, and if you are at an MMA event you will have to watch the fight through the cage. For the most optimal views we recommended sitting in the higher rows so you can look into the ring. Furthermore, the cage links do not hinder your view as much when sitting in higher rows. 

    • Main Concourse Sides (Hockey)

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      The most desirable seats at T-Mobile Arena are located in sections 4-7 and 14-17. All seats in these sections are within 30 rows of the ice and provide some of the best sightlines for Golden Knights hockey. If you're visiting from out of town, consider section 6 where the visitor bench is located. Meanwhile, the Knights will occupy the bench in front of section 5. Each of these sections include VIP Glass seating in the first two rows (commonly labeled GS1-GS2). Meanwhile, other rows in sections 5, 6, 15 and 16 are part of the Center Ice Club and have access to a private club lounge behind that section. If you're looking for one of the more outstanding views, we recommend rows M and above in any of these sections. The glass does not disrupt your view as much from this elevation, and you'll be able to see side-to-side more comfortably. 

    Event Schedule

    • Concert
    • Other Fighting
    • Other Hockey
    • Other
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