Best Seats For End-Stage Concerts

Section 301 offers a comfortable head-on view for end-stage shows

Head-on to the Stage: Seats directly across from the stage, like those in Section 101, Section 102, Section 201 and Section 301 provide the most comfortable looks of the performance. Even upper level sections offer unobstructed sitelines. Just keep in mind that you won"t be able to see as much detail from these seats as you would if you sat closer to the stage.

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Sections 101 and 102 at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory are some of the best seats for any concert at this venue. These seats are cushioned and spaced comfortably. Due to the pavilion"s flexibility, these seats are not permanent, but more of the folding chair variety. Armrests and cup holders are not available for this reason. However, it is a small trade off when considering the proximity to the performers on stage.

One of the downsides of being on floor level is not having that extra step in height above the row in front of you. If you are on the shorter side, you may get a better views from the 200 sections where each row is elevated slightly by a step allowing for better sight lines over the fans in front of you.

Sections 100 and 103 are close to the stage but off to the side. These seats are not as desirable as the Pavilion 1 Center sections, but will still offer very close views to the performers on stage. The stage at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory is very wide, so fans off to the side will not have to worry about obstructed views from the walls or speakers. Occasionally, bands will bring extra equipment on stage that could block the view of anything further back in the stage.

The seats are comfortably padded even though they are not permanent structures. There are concourses with concessions and restrooms on either side of the stage making it very convenient for fans sitting in the Pavilion 1 Side sections.

Pavilion 2 Center sections share similar sight-lines to the Pavilion 1 Center sections. Unlike the 100 sections, the 200 and 300 sections are permanent structures and are typical stadium seats. There are support poles that come in behind the 200 sections, but you do not have to worry about them blocking the view of the stage. For some seats, these polls will block one of the large video boards located on either side of the stage, but if one is blocked the other will be in clear view.

The Pavilion 2 Side sections are slightly off center to the performers, but since they are a little further back, it does not feel as dramatic of an angle as the Pavilion 1 Side sections. These seats still offer a great view to the performers on stage and since you are further back, you also have an easier view to the video boards that are on the left and right of the stage.

Sections 200 and 202 are perfect for fans that want to have a slightly elevated view over the fans on the floor. There are only 5 rows of seats, so no matter where you are in the section you will not be fighting to look around other fans. Instead, these sections are long, which means fans not near the aisle will have to climb through several others in order to reach their seats.

The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory Seating Reviews

Venue & Seating Questions

Which seats at Toyota Music Factory are covered?

Any seat in a reserved seating section is covered from any rain or weather conditions at the time of the event. The roof extends from the stage to the beginning of the lawn, so if you have a reserved seat, you won"t have to worry about the weather. However, if you are on the lawn, you should be prepared for the weather.

The Pavilion at Toyota Music factory is one of the most unique venues in the country due to the fact that it can raise and lower panels to convert from an outdoor amphitheater into an indoor theater. The capacity will change depending on the setup and size of the artist.

With the panels open, there is extra capacity of the general admission lawn that can almost double the amount of tickets for a show. This setup holds around 8,000 fans.

With the panels closed, the venue consists of 3 slightly tiered levels. Without the lawn space, this venue will hold around 4,000 fans.

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Located just on the other side of one of the bars is VIP seating at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory.
The are concourses on both sides of the stage at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory. They both feature an array of concessions and specialty bars.

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