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Nassau Coliseum Seating Guide for the Renovated Long Island Arena

October 21, 2016 by Amy

Nassau Coliseum Seating

Located in East Garden City, New York, the Nassau Coliseum has been a home for incredible live events since 1972. Since its major renovation and reopening in 2017, the massive venue has attracted fans from around the world who travel to Nassau Coliseum for its insane event lineup.



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Nassau Coliseum Seating Chart

Through major renovations, Nassau Coliseum kept its multi-purpose nature for hosting a variety of sporting events, concerts, and theater productions. The venue capacity is roughly 13,000 for hockey and basketball, 14,500-16,000 for concerts, and 4,500 for theater.

The Nassau Coliseum seating chart below reflects the layout for hockey, but typically concert events have the same arrangement for reserved seating, plus additional seating throughout the floor, depending on the space available around the performance stage.


Nassau Coliseum Concert Seating Views

Seating options for every kind of music fan are available for Nassau Coliseum concerts. Whether you want to be close to the action or like to take in the scene from up high, there’s an option for everyone at Nassau Coliseum.

Nassau Coliseum Lower 100's Concert Seating Views 

The Lower 100 provides tiered seating surrounding the stage. Some fans prefer the 100 Level to the Floor since you may have a better view of the stage from this level’s elevated rows of seating.



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Nassau Coliseum Lower 200's Concert Seating Views 

The Lower 200's is next up in the arena, with seats that fully encircle the floor. This level has plenty of seating options for fans who like to watch Nassau Coliseum concerts from higher up in the venue.



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Nassau Coliseum Upper Concert Seating Views 

The final level of the Nassau Coliseum seating chart is the Upper Level. This section is great for those wanting a birds-eye view of the concert performance. 



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