The Eagles Toyota Center Concert Ticket Information
Here are all the venue details to assist you in your purchase of The Eagles tickets for the Toyota Center show in Houston, TX, on October 14, 2014.
Toyota Center Concert Seating Guide
Lower Level - (Sections 102-125) - The Lower Level seats rest a level above the floor seats and offer a great view of the concert as they wrap 270 degrees around the stage. These seats get you close to all of the action, but keep in mind that sections 103-105 and 122-124 are located on the side or behind the stage.
Upper Level - (Sections 404-432) - The Upper Level seats are a great way to enjoy all of the action at a great price, while still being able to enjoy everything to the max. These seats also have sections that are behind or to the side of the stage that you should be aware of, including sections 404-408 and 428-432.
Toyota Center Premium Seating for Concerts
Floor - (Sections A-H) - When you want to be right in front to see The Eagles face to face, then the floor seats are the choice for you. These seats are broken up into 6-8 areas (A-H), depending on if there is a Pit or not. You can click on individual floor sections in our seating chart to check out specific tickets and pricing.
Pit - (GA) - When available, the Pit is where fans can get together to enjoy the closest and most intimate experience with The Eagles. These seats generally come on a general admission basis, and many consider this the best spot to witness a concert at the Toyota Center.
Suites - (Sections 201-220, 221-240, 301-320, 321-340, P1-P10). These suits are located 270 degrees around the arena and come in a variety of options, including Party Suites, Traditional Suites, Woodhouse Suites, Penthouse Suites, and Courtside Suites. Inside you'll find luxurious amenities and premium options to make your experience that much better. *All suites are not available for every show.
Toyota Center Gate Times
The doors at the Toyota Center will open one hour before the concert begins.
Toyota Center Handicap Access
The Toyota Center was designed to ensure that disabled and wheelchair bound patrons can enjoy every performance, so there is accessible seating in all areas of the building. And if you need any additional assistance, you can find Guest Relations across from Section 125 on the Main Concourse, or across from Section 434 on the Upper Concourse.