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Palace Theatre Capacity

The Palace Theatre New York has a capacity of 1648 seats.Use our interactive seating chart to view 0 seat reviews and 0 photos of views from seat.

Palace Theatre is split across three levels; the Orchestra is the largest section of seating and is split into three blocks; Left, Right and Center. There is a good view from most seats, aided by a slight rake. The Mezzanine section is the home to the venue’s four boxes, with most seats offering a good view of the stage due to the angle of the rows. Access to the Mezzanine is via stairs. The Balcony is the smallest section and doesn’t offer step-free access. Views from the Balcony are more restricted than the other tiers and tickets are typically cheaper in this section.

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Good Value Seats

Seats towards the front of the Balcony offer good value for money with a great view. Although far away from the stage, you can see most of the action. Most tickets in the Balcony are a similar price, so we recommend sitting towards the middle within the first five rows.

Premium Seats

The most premium seats at the Palace Theater in Row A - J of the Orchestra. These seats offer the best views of the stage with no obstructions, giving theatergoers the perfect experience. Seats in Row K-M also offer a premium view, so it’s worth checking the prices for surrounding seats.

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