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Beacon Theatre Seating Guide and Events Schedule

December 29, 2015 by Alyssa

Beacon Theatre Seating Chart

Since the 1970s, the Beacon Theatre has stood as one of New York’s most important concert venues. The Manhattan concert hall draws major touring bands and comics throughout the year, and it has also been the site of several high-profile residencies by New York natives Jerry Seinfeld and Mariah Carey.



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Whether you’re a fan of stand-up comedy or live music, the Beacon Theatre schedule of events is full of appearances from today’s leading bands, singers, and comedians. Jump straight to the schedule via the link above or keep reading for more information on seating at the Beacon Theatre.


Beacon Theatre Seating Chart

Capacity on the Beacon Theatre seating chart peaks at nearly 3,000 fans. These seats are spread across four levels in the theater. The Orchestra is on the main floor, while the Loge, Lower Balcony, and Upper Balcony are all elevated above stage level. Depending on the show, any or all of these levels may hold reserved or general admission seating. A reserved seating chart is displayed below.


Beacon Theatre Views

For more insight into the Beacon Theatre seating chart, we’ve pulled together a compilation of fan videos and photos taken from different levels of the theater. This way you can get a better idea of the view from your seat, wherever you want to be in this New York concert hall.

Beacon Theatre Orchestra Seating Views

Most Beacon Theatre concerts will feature a general admission floor layout, where your proximity to the stage depends on how early you arrive.



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For concerts with reserved seating and stand-up comedy, you can select your section and row, so you’re more in control of where you can watch the show. For most comedy performances, it’s preferable to be closer to the front so you get a more personal experience, as well as a chance to interact with the comedian.



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Beacon Theatre Loge Seating Views

One step above the Orchestra is the Loge Level. This is the first elevated level on the Beacon Theatre seating chart, and it always includes physical seats. The Loge is a good option for fans who want to sit but want to be close to the stage.



Beacon Theatre Lower Balcony Seating Views

The Lower Balcony sits one step above the Loge Level. The seven sections across the Lower Balcony are tiered, so the farther back you go, the higher you’ll be in the level.



Beacon Theatre Upper Balcony Seating Views

The Upper Balcony is the uppermost seating area in the Beacon Theatre seating chart. Upper Balcony seats will be the farthest from the stage, but with tiered rows, you can have a bird’s-eye view of the stage wherever you sit.



Beacon Theatre Schedule

Now that you know what every level of the venue has to offer, it’s time to pick your seats for a specific show on the Beacon Theatre schedule. Clicking the “Tickets” button below will bring you to a complete listing of upcoming events for this New York venue.


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