Gerald Ford Amphitheater Seating Chart
The Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater audience space can host up to 2,800 guests within the pavilion and lawn seating areas. Please note that the venue tends to fill up quickly, so if you want the best seats, we recommend arriving early. Just like any other outdoor venue, the Gerald Ford Amphitheater boasts of plenty of space and seating areas to choose from! With 1,260 seats in the covered stage area or a place to relax on the spacious 1,300 capacity lawn.
For most shows, seating is general admission. But some shows may have reserved seating. Section 2 and 3 seating offers the best view of the show but all seating should have a great view of the on-stage performance. Rows are numbered alphabetically starting with the rows nearest to the stage. Row A being the closest seats possible to the stage.
Lawn seating is available on a first come-first served basis. The lawn area is popular throughout the summer as you can bring your own picnic and set up a space that is truly yours for the entire day! So what are you waiting for? Check out what’s coming up, get your friends and family together for a wonderful outdoor experience. Bring a cold refreshing drink and a bundle of delicious food – and get ready to take in the views and of course, the wonderful music!
Under the pavilion roof, reserved seating in Section 1 Row L and Section 4 Row O feature wheelchair-accessible and accessible seats. You can find lawn general admission accessible seating is available behind Section 2 of the pavilion; Lawn ADA tickets are required for this section. If you have already purchased tickets and now require accessible accommodations, please contact the box office at 970.845.8497 to inquire about an exchange. Unfortunately, the venue cannot guarantee accommodation in accessible seating without a ticket during reserved/ticketed performances.
Wheelchairs are not available for rent. You may choose to remain in your wheelchair or transfer to a venue-provided folding chair.
By purchasing accessible seats, you are attesting that you or a person in your party require the features of those seats. If accessible seating is purchased fraudulently, the purchaser will be subject to investigation and/or relocation.