Madison Square Garden

100 Level Side Seating at Madison Square Garden Concerts

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For fans who can\'t/don\'t want to sit in the first 15 rows of the floor, sections 108 and 116 are the next best thing for a traditional end stage performance. Unlike being on the floor, these seats are permanent and elevated, meaning more comfortable seating and less standing all while remaining very close to the stage.

To get even closer during an end stage show, choose seats on the right aisle (seat 13 in row 1) of section 115 or on the left aisle (seat 1) in section 109. Being on the opposite aisles of these sections will still have you close to the action, but you will be left with a difficult side angle view of the performance.

Sections 107 and 117 are also good options for an end stage performance, but are best if the show features a main stage right in the middle of the floor.

100 Level Side sections typically have 22 numbered rows of seating in each, with concourse entry tunnels located near the back of the section, just above row 17. For a convenient option which doesn\'t require a ton of walking up and down the aisles, opt for seats in rows 13-17.  - RateYourSeats.com

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Khalid - Jul 31, 2019"

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    • "Billy Joel - Aug 28, 2019"

      (Section 115) -
    • "Clear view, closer than I thought I'd be"

      (Section 106) - -

      Was very surprised how close this was. It wasn't that close overall, but it was much better than I thought it would be. There were 30 rows on the floor before their aisle, and we were directly in line with the aisle. So glad we were in these seats, as the height was great to see over the crowd....

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