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Note, depending the concert the first three sections will either be a general admission / Pit section, or it will be Section 1, 2, and 3 (which are sometimes called VIP seats). Typically the type of performer will dictate how Jiffy Lube Live will set up the seating layout. Both types of seats are very desirable and if one has the money, worth the premium.
Knowing where your seats are at the Jiffy Lube Live venue is somewhat easy. First off, when looking at the stage from your seats, the higher your seat number the more to the left you are going to be. What this also means is that the low seat numbers are towards the aisle next to the adjacent section with a lower section number. For example seat number 1 in section 103 is on the aisle towards section 102, while seat number 52 in section 103 is the farthest seat from the center of the stage. In the 200s and 300s sections some rows have up to 52 seats per a row.
"Our seats were decent (only about 40 rows back from the stage) but we were stuck looking at the monitors the whole time. My sister and I were too short to see over the people in front of us even though we were STANDING. Too bad there was no incline..." "The venue isn't bad at all, with lawn seating being plentiful if you arrive early you can even rent a chair for $5, also you may want to get a ticket in the pavilion to avoid a sunburn."
The venue is okay. The bathrooms need a facelift and to be cleaned, but there are a lot of them. Concession stands everywhere, which is nice, and the lines in them are not terrible. The actual grounds of the venue are nice, prior to the shows, the lawn looks lovely. The inside security guards are pretty cool. They do their jobs, but are not a**holes in the process. The parking lot... is a total and utter nightmare! Every freaking show it takes HOURS to get out. If you pay $35.00 for the premier lot, then you are in and out... but that is generally full by 3pm.
The interactive Jiffy Lube Live seating chart includes the row numbers for each section (just hover over the section). The GA floor section is typically a pit with standing room only. So to get as close to the stage as possible it's on a first come first basis since there's no seats. However, the 100s sections begin with row A and end at row X. On average, the 200s sections begin at row A or J and end at row P or Q. In the 300s sections the first row is usually A and the last row is S.
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