Below you will find detailed seating charts for Football games and concerts at the Rose Bowl. Select the appropriate interactive seating chart on the right hand side. Then hover over the Rose Bowl seating chart for row number information. You'll also find great tips on Rose Bowl Seating along the right hand side. Tips include details regarding how seat numbers work, which sections have seat backs, and general tips for choosing the best seats. Lastly, don't forget, if you are looking for Rose Bowl tickets for football, or for concerts, TickPick Never Charges Any Service Fees.No hidden service fees. 100% BuyerTrust guarantee.
Although the lettered row numbers K thru A are not marked obstructed, the sight lines for these seats are not good (which are the first seats). These rows are structurally flat, so people in front of you can block your view as well as the teams and staff on the field. For football do not sit in any row before row 10.
The seat numbers in Rose Bowl follow a simple pattern, yet it's very unique. Seat 1 of Section 19 is on the aisle, and it's on the side closer to section 18. Seat number 16 in section 19 will be next to seat number 116 in section 18. In section 19 seat 101 is on the aisle closer to section 20. Seat number 116 in section 19 will be next to seat number 16 of section 20.
Assuming you are trying to get closest to the 50 yard line here's what you need to do. If you are looking at tickets in Section 1-4, seat number 116 in every one of these section will be closest to the center. Therefore seat 101 is closer than seat 1, but seat 1 is closer to the 50 yard line than seat 16 (within a section). The same holds true for section 13 to 18. However, it is the exact opposite for sections 19 to 24 or sections 5 to 10. So in these other sections seat 16 will be closest to the center of the field and seat number 116 will be the furthest.
The rows at Rose Bowl Stadium start with row K then go to row A, the opposite of normal stadiums. After row A, is row 1, which then goes all the way up to row 77.
If your seat numbers are 1 or 101 they are on the aisle. The aisles at Rose Bowl split a section in half, so when you are going to your seat and you have tickets in section 18, there's only one aisle you can use.
The Rose Bowl Parking situation is known to be horrible, at least for concerts. You are often directed to park on a golf course for some events and at the end of the game or show there's no one directing traffic. We advise you to do research on the parking situation after you buy your tickets and any VIP access would be worth a lot.
Not all seats are the same. Sections 1 thru 8 and 15 thru 22 have seat backs, while the rest of the sections are benches. Keep in mind that not all seats in the fringe sections of 1, 8, 15, and 22 will have seat backs, only those closest to the 50 yard line. Seats in these sections provide you with more space in terms of leg-room and seat space. For football you are going to want to be between rows 20 and 40 for the best view. This height will help you see the play develop, while seats in the lower rows may seem cool, but will make it difficult to actually watch the game.
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