Use this seating overview when choosing your Trans-Siberian Orchestra tickets for the concert in Washington DC on December 17, 2014.
Verizon Center Concert Seating Chart
Sections 100-112 and 120-121 will be the most highly sought areas when Trans-Siberian Orchestra stops by the Verizon Center. These first-level seats get you close to the artist while offering the best combination of sound and visuals the venue has to offer. Fans buying tickets parallel with the stage (Sections 228 and 217) should keep in mind that their view may be partially blocked. Rows A-L in sections 210-216 provide an aerial view of the stage with a prime location for acoustics in the second level. Sections 406-412, located in the upper bowl, are the best places to find affordable ticket options for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert. *Please note, this information is based on general seating configuration for Verizon Center concerts and is subject to change based on the particular artist.
Verizon Center Concert Suites
Acela Club Level seats and Lexus suites allow you to watch Trans-Siberian Orchestra perform in preferred luxurious Verizon Center locations. The Acela Club Level is positioned just above the 100 Level and features reserved parking and deluxe concession options. This combination of proximity to the stage and first-class amenities is hard to top. Lexus Suite tickets are also available for group outings. These luxury boxes include catering from Levy Restaurants and hold 12-24 people for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert. Guests will also be able to enjoy a fully furnished living room area with plush seating, a wet bar, and a private restroom.
Verizon Center Gate Times
Unless otherwise noted, doors at the Verizon Center will open an hour early for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert.
Verizon Center Handicap Seating
Vivid Seats has a complete selection of Trans-Siberian Orchestra Verizon Center handicap tickets. Each level of the arena offers wheelchair and companion seating with ramps and escalators. The Verizon Center also features Braille signage, accessible bathrooms, and lowered concession counters for disabled fans attending a concert at this venue.