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Wrigley Field Club Seats & Premium Areas

  • 1914 Club (Cubs Games) - The 1914 Club at Wrigley Field opened after significant renovations and is now one of the most impressive in all of baseball. The first 7 rows for...
  • Catalina Club - The Catalina Club brings everything about Chicago into the ballpark - the skyline, Lake Michigan, grilled food, and of course Wrigley Field and the Cu...
  • Cree Lighting Club (Cubs Games) - The Cree Lighting Club at Wrigley Field is the only club located on the suite level. The suite is located down the third base line and offers great vi...
  • Maker's Mark Barrel Room (Cubs Games) - The Maker's Mark Barrel Room at Wrigley Field is a club located underneath the seats on the first base side. Fans with tickets in rows 1-7 of sections...
  • The W Club (Cubs Games) - The W Club opened at Wrigley in 2019 and is the ultimate club for the ultimate Cub fan. Fans seated in the first 12 rows of sections 3-5 down the left...

Best Seats For a Concert at Wrigley Field

The most common seating layout at Wrigley Field for concerts is an end-stage setup with the stage located near sections Bleachers. For many concerts there are also slight variations to the layout, which may include General Admission seats, fan pits and B-stages.

Field seats, like those in Field P are among the most sought-after tickets

On the Field: Sections Field A, Field AA, Field AB and Field B are Field Seats, which offer some of the closest views of the performers. For many concerts, field sections are added or removed. These performer-specific adjustments may alter the field layout and the views from each field section.

To the Side of the Stage: For close views of the stage with a little bit of elevation, consider seats to the side of the stage in Section 10, Section 11, Section 12 and Section 13. The view is not head-on like on the field, but many of the seats are closer to the stage, provide better elevation and are actual stadium seats.

Section 218 offers a comfortable head-on view for end-stage shows

Head-on to the Stage: Seats directly across from the stage, like those in Section 15, Section 16, Section 18 and Section 19 provide the most comfortable looks of the performance. Even upper level sections offer unobstructed sitelines. Just keep in mind that you won't be able to see as much detail from these seats as you would if you sat closer to the stage.

Consider the Following When Buying Concert Tickets

Seats behind the stage are occassionally sold: Unless your main objective is to just get in the building, you'll want to completely avoid anything behind the stage - like those in/near or above sections Bleachers. It's unlikely the performer will turn around to salute you - and you're more likely to be completely blocked out from seeing the show.

If you're on the shorter side (or bringing kids), consider field seats only in the first few rows: The most common complaint amongst field ticketholders is that they can't see the stage because of taller people in front of them. As an alternative, consider side sections near the stage that will still have you close and high enough to see.

Lower level side sections are not created equal: While the side sections closest to the stage are top-notch, side sections farther from the stage may leave you with a cramp in your neck. Sections 16 and 18 are not well-angled towards the stage - leaving you to turn your head for an ideal view. Instead, consider head-on sections in the lower level or even close side seats in the upper level like Sections 125 and 110.

Bleachers Seating for Baseball

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  • Bleachers Seating - The Bleachers at Wrigley Field are one of the most iconic tickets in all of sports. Located behind the ivy-covered outfield wall, bleacher seats of...

Budweiser Patio Seating for Baseball

Cubs Budweiser Patio
  • Budweiser Patio Seating - Located beneath the new right field videoboard, the Right Field Patio is another group seating option found near the Bleachers.   Reserved for gr...

Club Boxes Seating

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  • Club Boxes Seating - Club Box seats at Wrigley Field are the closest seats to the field and run from sections 3 through 32.  All club box seats are within 15 rows of ...

Field Boxes Seating

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  • Field Boxes Seating - Field Box seats at Wrigley Field make up the middle portion of lower level seats at Wrigley Field. When looking at the seating chart, Field Box sectio...

Field Seats for Concerts

Wrigley Field Concert Field Seats
  • Field Seats - Field seats for a concert at Wrigley Field are a pretty special place to take in a show. Although it isn't for a Cubs game, many fans will find it fu...

Cubs Dugout & Visitor Dugout

Cubs Dugout - The Cubs players sit in front of Section 9, Section 10, Section 11 and Section 12

Visitor Dugout - The visiting team sits in front of Section 23, Section 24, Section 25 and Section 26

Standing Room Only for Baseball

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  • Standing Room Only - Standing Room Only tickets are rarely made available for Cubs games. Most often, these tickets are released by the Cubs ticket office on a per-game ba...

Terrace Boxes Seating

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  • Terrace Boxes Seating - The Terrace Boxes at Wrigley are the first 6 rows of the 200-numbered sections and most importantly are the only Terrace seats with no obstructions...

Terrace Reserved Seating

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  • Terrace Reserved Seating - Terrace Reserved is the largest seating group at Wrigley Field and is home to the famous obstructed views behind poles. Rows 7 and higher in sectio...

Upper Boxes Seating

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  • Upper Boxes Seating - Upper Box seats at Wrigley Field are all 300-numbered sections. These seats are at the front of the upper deck and provide outstanding elevated views....

Upper Reserved Seating

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  • Upper Reserved Seating - The highest seating tier at Wrigley Field are the Upper Reserved sections which includes all 400 sections labeled 403-431. Each section is made up of ...

Shaded & Covered Seating

Wrigley Field Covered Seats
  • Late Afternoon - For an afternoon start at Wrigley Field fans will find some of the best shade in the sections which run along the third base line.  Most Field Le...
  • Early Afternoon - For a mid day start at Wrigley Field, the most prevalent shade is found in some of the less desirable viewing areas.  Mezzanine (200 Level) and U...

Obstructed Seating

  • Section 210 - Column in Section 210, Row 6, Seat 24. - (Baseball Review)
  • Section 212 - Column in Section 212, Row 6, Seat 23. - (Baseball Review)
  • Section 212 - Column in Section 212, Row 6, Seat 110. - (Baseball Review)
  • Section 214 - Column in Section 214, Row 6, Seat 10. - (Baseball Review)
  • Section 215 - Column in Section 215, Row 6, Seat 5. - (Baseball Review)
  • Section 216 - Column in Section 216, Row 6, Seat 1. - (Baseball Review)

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Wrigley Field Seat Views

Best Seats for Great Views of the Field

Baseball purists will find some of the best spots for watching a game at Wrigley in upper rows of the Field Box (100 Level) seats. Close views and near perfect seating height are a big plus, and the smaller sections with entry tunnels both above and below the aisles ensure less time away from the game.

Opt for seats in Rows 10 and higher in Sections 110 through 115 for amazing views on the third base line. Though they are behind the extended netting, these seats are close to the Cubs dugout and offer beautiful views of the entire playing field. On the first base side, Sections 123-127 offer a similar experience in Rows 10 and higher for those who want to be closer to the visitor dugout.

Best Home Plate Views

For those looking for that scout style view (right behind home plate), Rows 10 and above in Sections 115 through 120 are an excellent choice. You will be behind the netting from here, but will have a great vantage point for watching the entire field. Additional bonuses include straight away views of the scoreboard and good angles to both video boards.

So why Rows 10 and higher? Not only will you be closer to the upper entry tunnels and have a great viewing height, but you'll also be up enough to see over fans passing by in the walkway at the bottom of the aisle.

However if the budget doesn't allow for a lower level seat, there are still some good options to consider on Wrigley Field's upper deck. The last 5 rows of Sections 310-314 (Rows 4 and higher) are some of the best from the upper tier thanks to the great positioning near home plate, and will keep you far up enough where the front railing doesn't impact your view. Sections 319-323 offer similar benefits in Rows 6 and higher, and they are near the visitors dugout. These upper tier options are all very close to the entry tunnels as well, making for quicker trips away from your seats.

Rows 10-15 in Sections Section 108, Section 109, Section 110 and Section 111

  • Excellent viewing height while staying close to the field
  • Well above the lower walkway where views can get obstructed by foot traffic

Rows 10-15 in Sections Section 116, Section 117 and Section 118

  • Great seating height with views from right behind home plate
  • Views are clear of the foot traffic on the lower walkway
  • Perfect viewing angle to the scoreboard, and great angles to both videoboards

Rows 4-8 in Sections Section 316, Section 317, Section 318 and Section 319

  • Good straight away views from behind home plate on the upper deck
  • Higher in the section to prevent the front railing from impacting the view
  • Access to the Catalinia Club

Rows 6-10 in Sections Section 310, Section 311 and Section 312

  • Straight away views of the pitchers mound and middle of the infield
  • Closer to the Cubs dugout on the upper deck
  • No more than 5 rows from the entry walkway for quick trips to and from the concourse

Rows 6-10 in Sections Section 323, Section 324 and Section 326

  • Good head on views of the pitchers mound and the middle of the infield
  • Closer to the visiting team dugout on the upper deck
  • Entry tunnels are no more than 5 rows away for quicker trips to the concourse

Best Seats for Impressing a Guest

When it comes to impressing your guest at a Cubs game, the best options are all the brand new clubs that have been added at Wrigley Field in recent years. These include the 1914 Club, The W Club, Marker's Mark Barrel Room, and The Catalina Club. Most of these clubs have all-inclusive amenities including alcoholic drinks.

Outside of club seating, you can find undeniably unique experience in the first five rows behind the Cubs dugout in sections 9-12. Not only are the views of the field amazing from so close, you will also get some great face time with the Cubs players as they enter and exit the dugout.

Should you find yourself lucky enough to sit in the first 6 rows of Section 18, these seats have an amazing view from right behind home plate and are a part of the 1914 Club. Its also one the very best spots in the park to get yourself on the TV broadcast.

Cree Lighting Club

Although not as close to the players as other options, the Cree Lighting Club is another area where you will have no problem making a lasting impression on your guests. These seats are located on the Suite Level down the third base line, and offer a premium all-inclusive experience and are among the very best in luxury at Wrigley field. Finding single game tickets here is extremely rare, so we recommend acting fast if you find these seats available for purchase.

Rows 1-5 in Sections Section 9, Section 10, Section 11 and Section 12

  • As close it gets to the Cubs dugout - within just 5 rows!
  • Great views of the players as they enter and exit between innings

Rows 1-7 in Sections Section 13, Section 14, Section 15 and Section 16

  • Access to the 1914 Club
  • Comfortable seating with the best views of the game and field
  • One of the best spots for getting on TV during the game

Rows 1-2 in Sections Section 13 and Section 14

  • Incredible views of the Cubs hitters taking swings in the on deck circle
  • From the first two rows you can even sneak a peek inside the Cubs dugout

Rows 1-2 in Sections Section 21 and Section 22

  • Incredible views of the visiting hitters taking swings in the on deck circle
  • From the first two rows you can even sneak a peek inside the visitors dugout

Assurance Club

  • All-inclusive food and beverage with access to the luxurious climate controlled lounge
  • Watch in the comfort of padded indoor/outdoor seating
  • Top shelf bar and full concierge service

Sections Section 315, Section 316, Section 317 and Section 318

  • Home Plate views
  • All-inclusive food and beverage

Best Seats for Kids and Family

Unlike some other ballparks, Wrigley Field doesn't have a dedicated family section, however there are some areas we recommend over others.

Along the third base line, Sections 210 and 212 are not far from the Cubs dugout, and also put you close to Clark's Clubhouse (home of the Cubs new mascot, found on the third base concourse ramp). Nearby you will also find a number of concession stands and a merchandise kiosk. Stick with seats in Rows 1 through 6 to be close to the entry tunnels at the bottom of the aisles and you'll also avoid the viewing obstructions from the support beams. Seats here will be under cover of the upper deck, and get the sun at their back sooner.

Upper Deck Seating

On the upper deck there is a good concentration of concessions located behind the seats on both the first base and third base sides (Sections 312-309 and 321-324), along with both men's and women's restrooms. Seats nearby will make sure everyone in the family has something to choose from, and trips to the restrooms shouldn't require a very long walk. Seats in Sections 319-322 will have unobstructed views of the field and no more than 10 rows to walk to reach the seats, but do not have any overhead coverage. If you prefer more protection from the weather, consider the first 5 rows of Sections 423-425 where you will be under cover while staying close to the amenities (just be sure to avoid seats near the aisles which is where the viewing obstructions are most noticeable).

Bleachers Seating

While the Bleachers are among the best places for getting a game ball as a souvenir, we would recommend not bringing the kids out there as the Bleachers are known more for a party atmosphere and see the most sun during day games.

Rows 1-6 in Sections Section 208 and Section 209

  • Close to Clarks Clubhouse
  • Overhead coverage from the upper deck above
  • Good number of family friendly concessions nearby

Rows 1-5 in Sections Section 419, Section 420 and Section 421

  • Quick access to nearby concessions and restrooms
  • Good overhead coverage and shade for summer day games
  • Be sure to avoid seats close to the aisles as you may have obstructed views

Best Seats for Partying and Socializing

For those looking for a social outing at Wrigley Field, the Bleachers are absolutely the place to be. Known for years as the top spot among party goers at the ballpark, the Bleachers are an ideal option for soaking in the sun and the suds. And as a general admission seating area during the regular season, there are a few different options for where you might want to be.

Left Field is the better option for snagging a home run ball, and while you can find smaller seating areas near the foul pole to make it easier to move from the seats to the beer stands, it also means less fans nearby to mix it up with.

In Center Field you can sit either in the lower or upper portion. Lower center bleacher seats are the most convenient options for grabbing that next round of beverages as you'll be right by the vendor stands, and very close to Platform 14 behind the iconic Wrigley scoreboard. You won't see many home run balls land nearby and viewing the video boards is difficult, but all that shouldn't matter as you come here to party it up!

Right Field is a great choice for an energetic outing at Wrigley. Large seating areas leave you with a lot of neighbors, and unlike left field which has the Porch located above the seats (reserved for private groups), right field has standing rail above the seats - prime real estate for a party atmosphere at the ballpark.

If you can get to Wrigley early enough, a seat in the front row of the bleachers is always a good time. You can lean up against the small wall just in front, reach for a home run ball if it lands in the baskets, and heckle the opposing outfielders.

Bleachers

  • Legendary for enjoying a few beers and soaking up the sun
  • General admission seating during the regular season lets you pick your own spot
  • Close access to unique food and beverage at Platform 14 behind center field

Best Seats for Getting a Ball

Getting a ball at Wrigley Field has gotten a little harder with the addition of extended netting to protect fans from foul balls during the game. However some creativity and good placement can help you bring home a souvenir.

The front rows of Sections 9-12 and 23-26 keep you right up against the dugouts, where you not only have incredible views, but will also be remarkably close to the players. It used to be that you send the guys a few well placed compliments and a request or two, and you would get tossed a warm up ball over the roof of the dugout. Unfortunately, the home plate netting has extended in front of these sections. We have seen players pass balls under the netting but it is no longer as easy as it was before. For a ball between innings, the best place to be now is a few rows back in Sections 9, 12, 13, 22, 23, and 27 where the players typically pass by after the third out.

If it's a foul ball you're after, you'll want to be in either Sections 108-106 (down the third base line), or Sections 127-130 (down the first base line). These seats are in prime territory for foul balls over the netting with very good views of the game to go along.

Getting a Home Run Ball

For a home run ball, the only option is out in the famous Wrigley Field Bleachers. Left center (below the new videoboard) is a hot spot for the big hitters, and if you can get a seat in the front row you'll also have a chance to pick a long ball out of the baskets. The Bleachers are also a good option for getting tossed a ball after warm-ups between innings, so you also might want to stick close to the outfielders.

Sections Section 103, Section 104, Section 105 and Section 106

  • Prime foul ball territory down the third base line
  • Walk down near the Cubs dugout during pre-game warmups

Sections Section 127, Section 128, Section 129 and Section 130

  • Prime foul ball territory down the first base line
  • Walk down near the visitors dugout during pre-game warmups

Bleachers

  • Left center is a hotspot for home runs
  • Sit near the outfielders for a chance at a warm-up ball

Best Seats for Visiting Team Fans

If you're at Wrigley to cheer on the visitors, there are a number of excellent options which keep you right by your favorite players.

Often the best place for a visiting team fan to sit is right behind the dugout, however these seats also come with a higher price tag. Sections 23 through 27 put you right by the dugout, offering impressive sights of the team running on and off the diamond. While the new protective netting has separated players and fans a bit more, be sure to wear your best visiting team gear sitting in these seats and you may still be able to get a souvenir.

Sitting in the 1914 Club

Some of the most expensive, but most impressive seats for a visiting team supporter are in the first seven rows of Section 22. These seats are within just a few rows of the field and part of the 1914 Club which has some of the best amenities Wrigley Field has to offer. Beyond that these seats have absolutely stunning views of the on deck circle and batter's box. After crossing home plate, it feels as if the players are coming right at you as they make their way back to the bench. At the very front of Section 22 (Rows 1 and 2) you can even see right into the dugout.

Visiting Fans in the Bleachers

And then there are the Bleachers, a hallmark of Wrigley Field which provides a unique experience unlike any other in the ballpark. The party atmosphere is second to none, and its a great opportunity to catch a home run ball, but visiting fans should be prepared to throw a long ball back if it doesn't come off of a Cubs bat. Bring your thick skin if rooting for the visitors, as you are sure to get some heckles from the Chicago faithful sitting nearby.

Rows 1-5 in Sections Section 23, Section 24, Section 25 and Section 26

  • No more than 5 rows behind the visitors dugout!
  • Close up views of the visiting team as they enter and exit the dugout between innings

Rows 1-4 in Sections Section 21 and Section 22

  • Directly beside the visitors dugout
  • Visiting players pass right in front after crossing home plate
  • Amazing view of the visitors on-deck circle

Bleachers

  • The most well known seating area at Wrigley Field
  • Legendary party atmosphere with unique general admission seating
  • Be prepared to get heckled when cheering for the visiting team

Recommended Seats for Neighborhood Views

For Cubs Games: Sections 308, 309, 310 and 311

  • Lakefront buildings and Sheffield Ave rooftops in the background
  • Great lines of sight to the iconic center field scoreboard and right field videoboard

For Cubs Games: Sections 408, 409, 410 and 411

  • Lakefront buildings and Sheffield Ave rooftops in the background
  • Great lines of sight to the iconic center field scoreboard and right field videoboard
  • Avoid seats near the walkway aisles as these can have obstructed views

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Best Seats for Comfortable Viewing

When searching for a comfortable seat at Wrigley, we recommend sticking to the areas where you'll have a good natural line of sight to the infield, and close access from the concourse.

Down the left field line fans can find some very good, and often affordable, options in the first 10 rows of Sections 202 and 204. Although near the foul pole, the seats are well angled at the infield minimizing the amount of head turning throughout the game. You'll be close to the lower walkway and also have the sun at your back sooner than fans on the first base side.

Just below, Sections 101-105 are similar options with good seating angles, but are closer to the field. Concourse access is always close by in these sections, and you again get to have the sun at your back earlier.

Another excellent option is Rows 1-6 in Sections 215-218 behind home plate. The seats keep you just steps away from the walkways and tunnels at the bottom, and have excellent straight away views from right behind the action. In the first 6 rows you will also be free of any of the 200 level viewing obstructions, while still getting good overhead coverage.

Rows 1-10 in Sections Section 203 and Section 204

  • Seats angled towards the infield for a comfortable view
  • Within 10 rows of the lower walkway
  • Sun at your back sooner than the 1st base side

Sections Section 102, Section 103 and Section 104

  • Never far from an entry tunnel
  • Good viewing position with seats angled comfortably towards the infield
  • Sun at the back during the afternoon

Rows 1-6 in Sections Section 215, Section 216, Section 217 and Section 218

  • Just a few rows from the concourse entry tunnel
  • Excellent straight away views of the game
  • Overhead coverage without any viewing obstructions

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  • "Better the earlier you arrive" - - I frequent the bleachers at Wrigley Field. I am a big baseball fan and enjoy arriving early and wat...
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  • "Best value view" - - This is quickly becoming my favorite section - especially for hot day games. Here, we got shade the...
    Section 307 / Baseball Review
  • "Great bargain views behind home plate" - - These seats were an absolute bargain with great views of the game. We paid under $10 per ticket and...
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    Section 429, Row 3, Seat 7 / Baseball Review
  • "Excellent Seats Behind Home Plate" - - Excellent spot behind home plate. No concerns about obstructed views or poles, just a clear view of ...
    Section 317, Row 8 / Baseball Review
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    Venue & Seating Questions

    • Where is the lower level walkway at Wrigley Field?

      At Wrigley Field, a set of field level sections (all numbered below 32) are closest to the action. Behind those sections are 100 level sections numbered between 101 and 134. The first row in these 100s sections is Row 1. While these rows seem to have enough legroom to park a small truck, it's due to the walkway that separates field and 100 sections.

      Lower level walkway
      A walkway separates low-number sections (under 32) and 100 level sections.

      For some, instant access to this walkway is seen as an enormous bonus. More often than not, it allows for a quick retreat to the concourse with its restrooms and concessions. For others - usually those who keep a close eye on the game - the walkway is as bad as an obstructed seat. With fans constantly moving to and fro, the walkway can become crowded with people and may limit your view - especially while the ball is in play.

      If you're not in it for the extra legroom, we recommend choosing row 4 or 5. You'll still be close to the walkway, but you'll have enough elevation to see over the people occupying it.

    • Are there any handicap accessible seats at Wrigley Field?

      There are multiple areas of Wrigley Field which offer handicap accessible seating, including the Field Box sections behind home plate (100 Level), the Upper Deck Box behind home plate (300 Level), Terrace Reserved (200 Level) and the Bleachers.


      When looking to purchase handicap accessible seats at Wrigley Field, we recommend contacting the Cubs box office directly to inquire about availability. They can be reached at 1-800-843-2827.

    • Where are Field T & Field U seating??

      For concerts with a GA Field, Field T and U seating will be on the Field itself (where the Cubs would play during a baseball game) in front of the stage and behind the general admission field. Field T will be directly behind the GA Field on the far left side when looking at the stage. Field U will be on the far right side of the stage located behind the GA Field and Field L.


    • Is section 107 row 14 covered from rain?

      No, all 100 level sections at Wrigley Field are uncovered. With rain in the forecast all fans sitting in these seats should be prepared!

    • How many rows in each section at Wrigley Field?
      Each section has a varying amount of rows and seats. Find a section to see row and/or seat numbers.
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