Tucson Music Hall Seating Chart

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End Stage - IntZone
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Oct 16, 2021
7:30 PM
John Cleese
Rescheduled - 10/16/21
Nov 6, 2021
7:00 PM
Zach Williams
Rescheduled - 11/6/21
Nov 13, 2021
8:00 PM
REO Speedwagon
Rescheduled - 11/13/21
May 3, 2022
3:00 PM
Celtic Woman
Rescheduled - 5/3/22
View Tucson Music Hall seating charts for live shows! If you're planning to visit Tucson Music Hall in Tucson, you’ll want to make sure you have great seats. Get acquainted with Tucson Music Hall by using our seating chart below. This seating map features a complete layout of Tucson Music Hall seats and the locations of different ticket tiers. Simply click on a section to browse tickets and you’ll be on your way to an unforgettable event experience!

Tucson Music Hall Seat Numbers – Loge, Orchestra, Mezzanine and Balcony Seating

Theater seating is often arranged so that lower seat numbers are located closer to the center of the stage, while higher seat numbers are further from the center of the stage. Rows are typically organized in alphabetical order. Tucson Music Hall may be arranged in a similar fashion.

Loge seating, also sometimes referred to as Box Seating, features small, separated seating areas. The separate areas are large enough to fit a limited number of people for a more private viewing experience. Loge seats are typically situated immediately to the front, side, and above the stage level.

Orchestra Sections usually hold the most desired seats, putting the audience on the same level as the stage. Center Orchestra section seats are typically the most popular seats in the house. When looking at the side Orchestra sections, lower seat numbers indicate closer proximity to the Center Orchestra seats and the center of the stage. Seats located closer to the aisle usually provide a bit more legroom.

The Mezzanine Section is normally located one level above the middle of the Orchestra Section. Centrally located seats within this section are also highly sought-after, especially those within the first few rows. Seats in the Mezzanine Section are still located within proximity of the stage and are typically priced lower than those in the Orchestra Section.

Balcony Sections typically hold the cheapest seats in the theater. Oftentimes, Balcony seats are positioned closer together, offering less legroom in comparison to other sections. This section is generally situated on a steeper slope, meaning the difference in visibility between low and high rows may be significant.

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Are VIP Packages or Accessible Seating offered at Tucson Music Hall?

Tucson Music Hall 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.
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