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SEATING AT THE LES SCHWAB AMPHITHEATER

There are two types of concerts at the Les Schwab Amphitheater. General Admission (GA) only concerts and concerts with both Reserved Seating and General Admission (GA). For all shows, and for both seating types, ADA seating is available through the same methods of purchase and at the same price for either the Reserved Seats or General Admission ticket.

The venue is a shallow-sloping grass venue. We take great pride in our grass so you can sit or dance in comfort.

The details page for each concert will identify the chair/blanket/towel guidelines (if allowed) for that concert. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We are always deligted to talk through what to expect with you. 541-312-8510.

Reserved Seating chart
General Admission Seating chart

Accessible Seating
Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

 


  • General Admission Seating

    General Admission Seating

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    General Admission Seating

    General Admission (GA) seating is first-come-first-serve. For the majority of our GA concerts, you may bring blankets and/or low-profile chairs, but neither are necessary to enjoy the concert. There truly is not a bad "seat" in the house.

    Low Profile Chairs: The specific measurements for a chair to qualify as low-profile are: no more than 8 inches from the ground to the seat, and no more than 33 from the top of the chair to the ground.

    Reserved Seating: Concerts with reserved seats have a small section immediately in front of the stage with chairs in place for guests who purchase a resrevd seat.

    Maximum Capacity Concerts: For ONLY the sold out Maximum Capacity concerts, LSA cannot allow chairs, blankets and strollers for the safety of our guests. This is a strict venue policy. Guests are welcome to sit on the grass, if not standing or dancing. For all shows ADA seating is available. There are no maxamium capacity concerts for the remainder of the 2016 season.

     

  • Reserved Seating

    Reserved Seating

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    Reserved Seating

    GA and Reserved Seating concerts have the first-come-first-serve area for GA tickets but also a Reserved Seating area at the front of the venue. Each ticket in the Reserved Seating area has a specific seat assigned to the ticket. The row and seat number will show on your TicketFly ticket. There are accessible seats available in the reserved seating section. Please purchase an ADA designated ticket. If you require a signer, please read our information here.

  • Accessible Seating

    Accessible Seating

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    Accessible Seating
  • Low Profile Chairs

    Low Profile Chairs

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    Low Profile Chairs

    Low Profile Chairs: The specific measurements for a chair to qualify as low-profile are: no more than 8 inches from the ground to the seat, and no more than 33 from the top of the chair to the ground.

  • Dancing!

    Dancing!

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    Dancing!

    A note about dancing. We are asked every year if people are "allowed" to dance at our concerts. We love dancers, and we also love music. We have no problem with people standing and dancing at the concerts. Quite frankly, it makes us happy! We do ask that all guests try to be respectful to one another. Follow the golden rule. We also ask that you do not stand or dance immediately in front of the accessible seating area. If you find yourself taken away by the music and groovin' in the wrong area, security will also find you and ask you to share the love elsewhere. Thank you for your consideration and understanding. Enjoy the music!

  • Seating Charts

    Seating Charts

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    Seating Charts