The Wharf Amphitheater is a premier music destination in Southern Alabama that is just steps from the Gulf of Mexico. This open-air venue attracts some of the country's biggest music acts.
There are three levels of common seating (each with their own experience) and one area containing box seats.
The closest seats to the stage are in the 100 Level. For some concerts this is a reserved seating area with sections labeled 100-104. These sections are made up of folding chairs and guests seated at the front have the best views.
Many Wharf concerts feature a general admission pit where sections 100-104 usually are. This is a standing-room-only area and spaces are first-come, first-serve.
The 200 Level is reserved seating on bleachers (with back support). Sections 200-203 are at the front of the level with sections 204-206 at the rear. Most of sections 204-206 are wheelchair-accessible.
Guests should avoid sections 202 and 205 completely due to the mixing stand setup in front. This blocks the view of the stage.
The cheapest tickets at The Wharf are usually in the 300 Level. These are bleacher-style seats (no back support) that rise above the lower levels.
The first ten rows of sections 304 and 305 are obstructed. For the best experience, choose a low row in sections 303 or 306.
Box Seats at The Wharf Amp are located between the 100 and 200 Levels. These are semi-private areas and amenities (wait service, club access, etc.) varies from show-to-show.
The Wharf is an open-air amphitheater. None of the seats are covered, allowing fans to enjoy the smell and breeze of the Gulf.
The mixing booth at The Wharf is located behind Section 102. This obstructs the view to the stage from the following sections:
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