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Best Seats at Bridgestone Arena
The best seats for a Predators game at Bridgestone Arena would be located at center ice in either sections 105-106, or 115-116. Keep in mind that if you're not on top of the glass in the first row, you may want to look for seats in rows 10 and higher so as to gain a better perspective. These center ice sections are also nearest the team benches and penalty boxes, depending on which side of the venue your seats are located.
Seat Numbers in the 100s, 200s and 300s
The 100s sections have 18 seats in row AA to GG and then 20 seats in rows HH to row F. Depending on the section rows G to P will have between 15 and 33 seats, although the average is 20 seats per a row. Note: Although our seating charts are not drawn to scale the sections that appear smaller do have less seats. For example section 216 has 10 seats in a row, while section 215 has 20 seats. The same holds true for the 300s. Rows A to C in section 325 have 21 seats, rows D to H have 15 seats and J to L have 22 seats.
Row Number Details
To see the exact row details (for a specific section) hover over the map above, or select your event use the interactive map. NOTE: the first row in the 100s sections start with the double letter rows, for example AA is the first row, KK is the 11th row and then A is the 12th row.
Bridgestone Arena Seat Numbers
For every section in the venue, seat number 1 will always be closer to the adjacent section with the higher section number. For example seat number 1 of section 116 is next to section 117 and seat number 20 of section 116 is next to section 115.
Bench and Penalty Boxes at Bridgestone Arena
The team bench for the Nashville Predators is in front of section 116, while the visitors' team bench is in front of 115. The penalty boxes are located in front of sections 105 and 106. The Preds shoot twice on the side of the ice that includes sections 107 through 114.
Premium Seating at Bridgestone Arena
There are suites offered exclusively for all Predators home games that are located on the end of the ice that includes sections 107-114 (where the home team shoots twice). These offer private restrooms, suite attendant service, and premium garage parking passes, among other amenities. There is also premium seating located in the Lexus Lounge, floor level boxes, and bench seats.
Bridgestone Arena Ticket Policy
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at Bridgestone Arena would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the Bridgestone Arena seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.
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