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Disney On Ice shows have been around since the 1980s, and since then, people have debated where was the best place to sit for Disney on Ice. When the announcement dropped that Disney On Ice: Frozen was to be the latest movie to move from the silver screen to the ice rink, we figured it was about time […]Read More →
The Orlando Magic are fighting for their playoff hopes. With future stars Aaron Gordon and Evan Fournier in the starting five, expectations for this team continue to rise. As more fans head out to the Amway Center to see their favorite team play and hopefully win, many are going out on the town beforehand. So, that […]Read More →
The seat numbers in Amway Center work like most arenas. Meaning seat number 1 in a specific section is always closer to the adjacent section with the lower section number. For example seat number 1 in section 210 is next to section 209 and seat number 22 of section 210 is next to section 211. This is how the seat numbers work for all sections including the floor sections for concerts.
Amway Center is a great place for the Magic to play, and even in the nosebleeds it's a lot of fun, but for concerts I can't say the same. You have plenty of food and beverage options, and the atmosphere is always great. I sat in the nosebleeds for one concert last year, and I was terrified of falling over since everything was so steep. On top of that, the acoustics sounded like a bunch of noise when sitting in the 200s. I went to another concert and sat in Club seats and it was almost a different venue. The sound was much better (but not perfect) and the fear of falling due to the steepness was gone. For basketball any seat is good, but for concerts I wouldn't go unless you can afford to pay for seats that are lower than the 200s.
At the Amway Center the floor sections are typically set up (as displayed in the picture above) with section Floor 1 across the entire stage. The rows of the floor sections start at Row A in Floor 1 (which then goes to row F) before F2, F3 and F4 start with row G. Depending on the concert these sections may end at row S (or as early as row L). Floor 5, 6 and 7, start with row A and typically go to row Z, while the last rows will start with AA and may end there or something later like row BB.
Section F at the Amway center is LOGE seating while section C-F is club tickets. The seats / sections are on mirror ends of each other. Both seats come with great perks for Orlando Magic season ticket holders including a right of first refusal on tickets to any major event. However, Loge seats are considered the more exclusive / desired seats. This is mainly because Loge seating has four-seat and six-seat "boxes" with in-seat food service, an abundance of space and privacy.
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