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Little Caesars Arena opened its doors back in September of 2017, when it became the new home of the Detroit Pistons and the Detroit Red Wings, as well as the new go-to concert venue. But a new Detroit arena means unfamiliar seating arrangements, new club seating options, and where you can find the same Detroit […]The post Little Caesars Arena Seating Chart | Detroit Pistons & Red Wings first appeared on TickPick's Blog - News From Around The Live Event Industry. Read More →
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The Detroit Red Wings and Pistons will have a new home come the 2017 – 2018 season! The Little Caesars Arena is being built in downtown Detroit which brings up an important question: Where will I grab a drink or some food now before I see my favorite team? Below is a short list of suggestions that […]The post Where are the Best Places to Eat Near the Little Caesars Arena? first appeared on TickPick's Blog - News From Around The Live Event Industry. Read More →
The seat numbers at Little Caesars Arena follow a simple patter where seat number 1 will always be on the right side of a given section when facing the floor. Another way to visualize it, is that seat number one will always be on the aisle closest to the lower numbered sections adjacent to it. So for example, seat number 1 in section 122 will be on the aisle closest to section 121, and the highest seat number in section 122 will be on the aisle closest to section 123. What is a bit unique about the seat numbers at Little Caesars Arena is that sections 107-108, 110-111, 120-121, and 123-124 share seat numbers. What exactly does this mean? Well, sections 108, 111, 121, and 124 don???t have a seat number 1, but rather start at roughly seat number 11. It is unclear at this time if there is any sort of aisle separating these sections, so we will have more information on this as it becomes available.
The Detroit Pistons bench is located in front of section 120 and the visitors bench is located in front of section 124. We are waiting on confirmation of the exact location of the Detroit Red Wings bench, but they will shoot twice on the net in front of sections 115-116.
Opening in September of 2017, Little Caesars Arena will be the new home of the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Pistons. Located in downtown Detroit, Little Caesars Arena will be in the heart of a new sports and entertainment district that will be near other Detroit sporting venues such as Ford Field and Comerica Park. The multi-purpose arena is being built to replace Joe Louis Arena and The Palace of Auburn Hills, longtime homes to the Red Wings and Pistons. The move by the Pistons will be the first time the franchise has played routinely in Motown since 1978.
The Gondola seating is one of the more unique vantage points you can have of the court or ice, similar to the Chase Bridge at Madison Square Garden. These seats provide a much more personal experience due to the isolation from the other, larger sections. Plus the concierge service means you never have to miss a minute of action.
The Red Wings are offering several club seating options for the opening season at Little Caesars Arena. Club seat holders are able to take advantage of in-seat concierge service and all-inclusive food and beverages.
Ticket holders in back half of sections 121-123 will be granted access to the West Club. This club is more intimate than the East Club, and is conveniently located on the VIP parking side of the venue for easy access.
Tickets holders in sections 108-109 will be granted access to the East Club. This is Little Caesar Arena???s largest club, located just off the Via, and provides easy access to the main concourse. The liveliest club of all, this is a go-to spot before and after games.
Tickets holders in sections 201-205 will have access to the North End club, on the side where the Red Wings shoot once. The club is two levels, offering a unique vantage point of the action, and will be covered with memorabilia from past Red Wing and Pistons legends.
The Comerica Bank Players Club is the most premium club in the arena, offering the opportunity to come face-to-face to the Red Wing players as they walk to and from the bench and lockeroom. With only 250 guests having access, this intimate experience also includes premium food and drink options (alcohol included) at no additional cost. The seats are located in the front half of sections 121-123
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