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Since opening in the summer of 1968, PNC Bank Arts Center has established itself as one of the most popular outdoor music venues not only in the New York Metropolitan area, but entire country. PNC Bank Arts Center can hold up to 17,500 people, with 7,000 seats and 10,500 on the lawn. In 1996, PNC Bank Arts Center went through a large expansion, doubling the size of the lawn to its current capacity of 10,500 and adding 2,000 seats to the amphitheatre. Originally named the "Garden State Arts Center", PNC Bank Arts Center has been home to artist such as Bruce Springsteen, James Taylor, and Whitney Houston to name a few.
The PNC Bank Arts Center seat numbers follow a basic pattern where seat number 1 (or two) will always be on the aisle closest to the center to the venue. The seat number at PNC are also split into odd and even numbers depending on which side of the venue you are on. The sections on the left side of the venue when facing the stage (sections ending in 3, 4, or 5) will be odd-numbered seating, and the right side of the venue when facing the stage (sections ending in 1 or 2) will be even-numbered seats. Keeping this is in mind, the lowest seat number will be closest to the center of the stage. So for example, seat 2 in section 101 will be closest to section 102, and seat 1 in Section 104 will be closest to section 103. So in conclusion, the lower your seat number, the closer you will be to the center of the venue and thus, the better your seat at PNC Bank Arts Center.
The VIP and Premium seating at PNC Bank Arts Center include prime location for seats and box suites, VIP parking with a private entrance, and often access to a VIP club.
The interactive PNC Bank Arts Center seating chart includes the row numbers for each section (just hover over the section). Note, the 100s section typically begin with row A and end with row Z. On average, the 200s section begin at row A and end at row H. In the 300s sections the first row is usually A and the last row is W. The 400s sections typically begin with row A and end with row V. Although lawn seats are completely unassigned, the earlier you arrive at PNC Bank Arts Center, the more options you will have as where to sit, stand, or lay down.
Since expanding in 1996, the lawn now holds over half of the seating at PNC Bank Arts Center. With a capacity of 10,500, the lawn is a great option for any fan who is looking to see their favorite artist for as cheap as possible. With no assigned seating in the lawn section, it is recommended to arrive early in order to secure a good spot on the lawn. Blankets and lawn chairs are popular in this seating area as well.
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