Nationals Park Seating Chart
Nationals Park Seat Numbers, Sections and Seating Chart
When looking at seating charts for sports events, seats are arranged so that the lower numbered seats within a section are located closer to the preceding section. For example; if a venue shows three sections (A, B, and C), seat #1 in section B will be located next to section A. As the seat numbers progress within section B, they move closer to section C. Nationals Park, a venue designed to host sports games, may be set up in a similar fashion.
While concerts and other events held at Nationals Park may not follow this layout, most sports events happening at Nationals Park will follow this configuration. Concert seating is typically laid out so that the higher the seat number, the further you are from the stage/performance area. If you’re seeing a concert at Nationals Park, it’s likely that the seats closest to the stage will have low seat numbers and low section numbers.
Nationals Park Reviews, Interactive Seating Charts and Seat Views
Finding Nationals Park seating charts with seat views or 3D views from your seat has proven to be a difficult task – until now. Event Tickets Center provides fans with unbiased Nationals Park reviews on our venue guides, including information on Nationals Park seat numbers, row numbers, and tips on how to find great seats!
Are VIP Packages or Accessible Seating offered at Nationals Park?
Nationals Park VIP seating packages and accessible seating section locations may vary per event. Please click the seating chart below or contact our customer service department to discuss options for accessible seating or VIP package purchases.
|Where is the Washington Nationals Sideline at Nationals Park?|
|The Washington Nationals home bench is located in front of Section 128 and Section 129 and the away team bench is in front of Section 116 and Section 117.|