SEATING AT THE LES SCHWAB AMPHITHEATER
There are two types of concerts at the LSA: General Admission (GA) only concerts, and both GA and Reserved Seating concerts. There are accessible seats for both types of tickets.
Reserved Seating chart
General Admission seating chart
GA seating is first-come-first-serve. You may bring blankets to sit on and/or low-profile chairs, but neither are necessary to enjoy a show. There truly is not a bad "seat" in the house. The venue is a shallow-sloping grass venue and we take great pride in our grass so your feet can dance away in comfort.
Want to see why our grass rocks? Millsite Landscape, that's why. We invite thousands upon thousands of people to walk over their work and they still find a way to make it pretty.
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.
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. We do ask, however, that you remember to be respectful to the other concert guests. Enjoy the music!