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Chicago Theatre Ticket Information

One of the most recognizable landmarks in the Windy City, the Chicago Theatre has been a main fixture of the city’s theater district since it opened in 1921. The ornate theater has held performances by all types of entertainers, from jamband Widespread Panic to comedians Jo Koy, Chris Rock and Ricky Gervais. In 2022, the Chicago Theatre will host a number of top musicians and comedians including ParamoreJames Blake, Doobie BrothersDarius RuckerVan MorrisonLorde, The War on Drugs, Chelsea Handler, Amy Schumer and Ricky Gervais. Choose an event from the list above to see your preferred musician, comedian, or theatrical production in this National Historic Landmark. Make a selection from the seating options on the next page, using the sorting and price range tools to locate the Chicago Theatre tickets that best fit your needs. Make sure the quantity displayed reflects the number of seats you want to reserve. You must log into a Vivid Seats account before submitting the order with your billing information. Remember that once we’re able to confirm your purchase, you can rest assured you’ll receive valid, authentic tickets in time for your event under our 100% Buyer Guarantee.

Chicago Theatre Seating Information

Between the main floor, mezzanine, and balcony levels, there are more than 3,500 seats available in the venue. Check the Chicago Theatre seating chart on the individual event page to see how seating will be set up on a particular date. Click the Live Chat link at the top of the page or call 866.848.8499 for help choosing seats.

Concerts at Chicago Theatre

Since opening in the 1920s, the Chicago Theatre has been a hub for live music and theater in downtown Chicago. Though it originally opened as a film venue, over the years the Chicago Theatre has become one of the city’s most popular hosts for a wide range of touring musicians and comedians stopping in the “Windy City.” In addition to the intricate splendor of the theater’s interior, the Chicago Theatre marquee has become an iconic part of the city’s downtown landscape.

Next time you’re planning to see one of the many upcoming Chicago Theatre events, you can bookmark our guide to the Chicago Theatre seating chart to help you pick out seats. You can also take a look at the Chicago Theatre schedule to start planning your visit today.

Chicago Theatre Seating Chart

For most events, Chicago Theatre seating capacity is around 3,600. The Chicago Theatre seating chart divides these many seats across just three levels. The Main Floor Level sits lowest in the theater and closest to the stage. There are also two elevated levels, the Mezzanine and Balcony, which provide ample seating well above stage level.

Chicago Theatre Seating Chart

Chicago Theatre Main Floor Level Seating Views

The Main Floor Level holds some of the most coveted seats from the entire Chicago Theatre seating chart. If Pit Level seats are available on the Main Floor, you’ll be right in front of the stage and close to the performers, which is great for high-energy concerts and live comedy performances.

The seats in the center of the Main Floor Level are also considered prime for their proximity to the stage and the clear view they offer of the full performance area.

Chicago Theatre Mezzanine Level Seating Views

With its central position in the Chicago Theatre seating chart, the Mezzanine Level is another top choice for fans attending concerts and theater events at this historic venue. As you can see fro the photo below, there are also fewer seats available in the Mezzanine Level, so you’re less likely to be crowded by other theatergoers when you sit in this level.

Chicago Theatre Balcony Level Views

Last up is the Chicago Theatre Balcony. Although these seats will be the farthest from the stage, some concert attendees prefer this level so they can be perched high above the performance area. This offers a more complete view of the entire stage, which can be ideal for concerts featuring more band members to keep track of.

Even the seats in the rear rows of the Balcony offer a great sweeping view of the stage and the breathtaking interior design of this storied Chicago theater.