Located in the heart of Downtown Orlando, Amway Center is home to the NBA’s Orlando Magic. Fans of Arena Football and Minor League hockey have had plenty of reasons to visit the Amway Center since it opened in 2010. Presidents have campaigned inside Orlando’s arena. Great musical acts like Elton John, Billy Joel, Cher, and Lionel Ritchie have performed for the fans at Amway Center. Wrestling, Disney on Ice, Trevor Noah, and Joyce Meyer are other great events that have or will be taking place at Amway Center.
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Where to Sit
For Sporting Events: Affordable seats are available in the Promenade (upper level) or the 200 sections of Amway Center. Sections 201 and 217 places you right behind the basket, while sections 209 and 225 put you at half court or center ice.
Lower-level seats at half court are available in sections 105-106 and 114-115. Sections 101 and 110 put you directly behind the basket. For hockey games, check out sections 101, 102, and 118 to sit in the attack twice zone.
For Magic games, floor seating is available on all four ends of the court. North and South floor seating put you directly behind the basket. Floor East seats cover the entire east sideline. A select number of seats are available on the west side of the court between the two-player benches. Those who sit courtside or in the first five rows of lower bowl seating receive access to all-inclusive food and beverage and in-seat wait service.
Handicap accessible seating is available in sections 101, 104-107, 113-116, and most odd-numbered sections in the Promenade level. For guests with sensory sensitivity concerns, Amway Center offers bags free of charge with noise-canceling headphones among other items to ensure all ticket holders can enjoy the event.
For Concerts: If finding a cheap ticket is all you are concerned with, check out sections 205 and 229. These are obstructed view seats behind the stage, but you’ll have no issues listening to your favorite performers or seeing them on the Jumbotron. Sections 103 and 117 are lower-level seats with a similar obstruction issue.
Find affordable seats that give you a clear view of the performers in sections 216-218. Avoid the nosebleeds while maintaining a straight-ahead shot of performers in section 110.
Eight sections of floor seating are available for those who want the most up-close view of their favorite artists. Section F1 is a horizontal section going all the way across the stage with the closest view of all the best acts that play at Amway Center.
Premium seating options include Loge Seating with complimentary dining and in-seat wait service and Club Seating with access to exclusive alcohol and dining options.
What to Expect When You Arrive
Expect to have your items checked when you enter Amway Center. Also, there is a whole list of prohibited items not allowed inside the Amway Center. Be sure to check the website so you know what not to bring.
Parking: Amway center offers a select number of affordable parking spaces in the GEICO garage located at 400 West South Street. These tickets can be purchased by the public on Ticket Sites. There are many other parking options available around the city for a fee. There’s also a ride-sharing pick-up and drop-off option if you prefer not to deal with downtown streets and traffic.
Amway Center Experience
Expect a great experience for any event you want to see inside Amway Center. The state-of-the-art facility is a great home for some of the world’s finest entertainment options. There are plenty of great seats to choose from so be ready when you see them available.