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As a ballpark with only 7,000 fixed seats, there isn't really a bad seat in the house. The best seats would traditionally be as close as possible behind home plate, which in this park would be section 100. Sections 101 and 102 offer great seating close to home plate, as well.
The Brewers' dugout is located along the first base side and is in front of sections 107-111. Fans of the visiting team looking to sit near their team's dugout should look for seats in sections 108-112 along the third base side.
This ballpark doesn't have any VIP seating, so all fans are able to share the same experience as any other. Also of note is that there are no obstructed view seats at all, so you can rest assured that whatever seat you're sitting in during the game will be full view and make for an enjoyable experience.
The Brewers bullpen is located down the right field line while the visitors bullpen is located down the field field line.
Fans looking to take cover from the harsh Arizona sun would be advised to sit on the first base side of the ballpark. Rows P and up from section 102 all the way wrapping around to 117 are the best bet to avoid the sun for as long as possible. Much of the third base side remains sunny throughout the game with shade creeping in around game's end.
There is a large paved lot that fills up quick as the tailgate crowd gets there early. Once the paved lot is full there is a grass field towards right field to park in.
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