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The Hammerstein Ballroom Seating Chart can be very confusing, and when we say confusing, we mean very confusing. But don’t worry, we are here to simplify it for you. The Hammerstein Ballroom seating chart will be one of these three configurations: Floor General Admission with assigned seating in the balcony (reserved seating). Floor General Admission with […]The post Hammerstein Ballroom Seating Chart | Info, Tips & Pictures first appeared on TickPick's Blog - News From Around The Live Event Industry. Read More →
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The interactive Hammerstein Ballroom seating chart includes the row numbers for each section (just hover over the section).Note, the First Balcony sections typically begin with row A and end with row K. The GA section is all unassigned seating. It is general admission, meaning, the earlier you arrive, the closer you can get to the front of the Hammerstein Ballroom stage. In the Second Balcony sections the first row is usually A and the last row is K.
The standard sports stadium is set up so that seat number 1 is closer to the preceding section. For example seat 1 in section "5" would be on the aisle next to section "4" and the highest seat number in section "5" would be on the aisle next to section "6". For theaters and amphitheaters (i.e. venues that don't have sections around the entire stage) seat numbers follow a different logic. Instead the lower numbered seats are typically closer to the center of the stage while higher seat numbers are further from the center of the stage.
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