Welcome to TickPick's detailed Nassau Coliseum seating chart page. We have everything you need to know about Nassau Coliseum from detailed row and seat numbers, to where the best seats are. Have a question about seat obstructions, concert configurations, venue parking or anything else relating to Nassau Coliseum? Ask below in the comments!No service fees. 100% BuyerTrust Guarantee.
The New York Islanders went back to Long Island starting in 2018-2019 at the renovated Nassau Coliseum but for only some of their games, as they played the rest in Brooklyn at the Barclay’s Center. However, that arrangement is temporary, as the State of New York will be building a $1 billion, state-of-the-art arena and ...Read More →
It’s been almost a year since a live event took place in the state of New York. At long last, live events are eligible to return with fans at games of the Brooklyn Nets, Buffalo Sabres, New York Islanders, New York Knicks and New York Rangers starting on February 23rd! Capacity at the events will ...Read More →
Welcome to TickPick’s New York Islanders Seating Chart with Nassau Coliseum Seat Views. The Islanders are now playing at the Barclay’s Center, and we have all the details over on our Barclays Center Seating Chart page. If you are looking for a detailed guide to buying tickets for the New York Islanders then you have ...Read More →
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 →
Everyone talks about floor seats, but if you are not in the first 10 rows of section A1, B1, or C1 we suggest that you look at the sections right off the floor. Unlike many venues, Nassau Coliseum rarely sells tickets that are side view or obstructed. In addition, the sound quality towards the side of the stage is equivalent to the rest of the venue. If one is sitting in seat number 1 of section 101 (rows A to J), you are going to be the last seat. This may sound bad, but from this vantage point you will be very close to the stage and you will be directly in line with the artist (however, we do not suggest sitting in any section past 302 or 324). Lastly, we do not recommend sitting in the last 5 to 10 rows of any of the 300 sections (rows N to T).
The 100s sections and 200s sections are hardly different sections, instead there's a small break between the last row of the 100s (row J), before row A of the 200s. By knowing this one should not pay a large premium price between these two sections. However, the difference from the 200s and 300s is significant because the 300s start at a higher elevation.
The first couple of rows on the floor are some of the best seats in Nassau Coliseum but we believe that section 102, row A, seat 1 or section 117, row A, seat 15 (and the seats around it) provides a similar VIP experience for less money. When looking to buy tickets you should use TickPick, this is because there are no buyer fees and tickets are ranked based on the price and seat quality, thus helping you get the best deal.
For every section in the venue, seat number 1 will always be closer to the adjacent section with the lower section number. For example seat number 1 of section 102 is next to section 101 and seat number 15 is next to section 103.
The Islanders bench is right in front of section 116 and 117 and the visitor's bench is in front of section 115 and 116.
The Islanders shoot twice on the side between sections 104 to 108 and 205 to 209.
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at Nassau Coliseum would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the Nassau Coliseum seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.