Elton John will return with his band to the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Oct. 4, marking the first time this master showman has played in this southern California city in 13 years. This highly anticipated performance is part of John's 2014 All the Hits Tour and is said to feature selections from his most recent album, 2013's "The Diving Board," in addition to timeless tracks like "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" and "Crocodile Rock." Don't miss the chance to see this legendary British musician in action during his first of two nights on stage at this landmark arena.
Staples Center Seating Information
For the Elton John Los Angeles concert, there are six seating sections on the Floor Level. Sections 1-3 will be closest to the stage, and Sections 4-6 will stand behind that. Following the Floor Level, you can select from seats in the Lower Level's Sections 101-119, the Middle Level's Sections 205-210 and 214-219, or the Premier Level's Sections 1-9 and 10-18. These reserved seats are followed by a ring of several private and luxury suites. Finally, the highest seating options from the stage can be found in the Upper Level, which is comprised of Sections 301-334.
Be aware as you look through the Staples Center seating chart that a number of sections will be open that stand behind or to the side of the stage where Elton John is performing. As such, many seating options will have an obstructed or limited view of the performance.
Staples Center General Information
Staples Center attendees and their bags are subject to inspection. Weapons, cameras with flash, recording equipment, computers, and outside food and beverages are all prohibited in the venue for the Elton John show. In addition, no one is permitted to bring in any kind of can, bottle, flask, noisemaking device, or cooler to the performance.
Staples Center Parking Information
Several thousand parking spots are located in lots associated with the Staples Center, and many more additional spots are located in various parking structures within walking distance of the arena. In addition, Staples Center can be reached via public transit from the Pico Station on the Metro Blue Line.
Staples Center Gate Times
Doors should open about 90 minutes before Elton John's scheduled start time of 7 p.m. local time.