Interactive Seating Charts by SeatGeek

Mar 21, 2014


Kristen Humphries

At SeatGeek we have the best seating charts for the most venues. And when we say best, we mean the most helpful, easiest to use and most pleasant to look at. Not-in-Kansas-anymore type distances from where we started. They are the key component of our event pages, the hallmark of the SeatGeek user experience. Our maps feature an interactive, insightful and one-of-a-kind experience for our users. Let's dive into some specifics.

View From My Seat Feature

SeatGeek's "Seat Views" allow you to check out the seat before you buy the ticket. Ever bought a ticket just to sit behind a pillar? Or further from the performer than you expected? Seat views give you perspective and help you choose the best viewing experience before you buy.

Seat View is the name for the images embedded in our venue maps that show the view from a particular section. If we have images for the venue where you're looking, you can find the Seat View images by clicking on one of the pins on the venue map. SeatGeek also has webpages for individual sections at some venues. These pages include large, high-res Seat View images.

SeatGeek's interactive seating charts also allow you to:

  • Pan, zoom and drill into ticket listings by section and row

  • Experience high-res, meticulously designed and built from scratch maps

Access our charts below or by searching for any venue using the search bar at the top left of your screen.

SeatGeek Interactive Seating Charts

Sports Seating Charts by League

Top SeatGeek Seat Views and Charts

Madison Square Garden Seating Chart

KeyBank Center Seating Chart

Capital One Arena Seating Chart

Toyota Center Seating Chart

Comerica Park Seating Chart

Test out these features when you're buying your next tickets! And use code BLOG20 for $20 off your first eligible purchase of $100 or more.

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