Chris Stapleton

Best Seats to see Chris Stapleton

Chris Stapleton Concert Tour and Seats

We love a great tour and with a tour coming from Chris Stapleton, we can expect many great things. You’ll find all kinds of great information about Chris, right here. We’ll kick things off with where you should sit at his concerts, then we will go into some history, and then we’ll finish things off with popularity statistics to help determine the expected supply and demand for tickets.

Before we get into all of these great details we want to share some of the tickets available for the upcoming concerts. You will see a significant list below, but for some reason, if you aren’t seeing the venue near you, the load more button will take you where you need to go.

June 15
09:00 pm
June 15, Sat, 09:00 pm
Globe Life Field - Arlington
June 27
02:00 am
June 27, Thu, 02:00 am
Hollywood Bowl - Los Angeles
June 28
02:00 am
June 28, Fri, 02:00 am
Hollywood Bowl - Los Angeles
June 29
11:45 pm
June 29, Sat, 11:45 pm
Rice Eccles Stadium - Salt Lake City
July 11
11:00 pm
July 11, Thu, 11:00 pm
Darien Lake Performing Arts Center - Darien Center
July 12
11:00 pm
July 12, Fri, 11:00 pm
The Pavilion at Star Lake - Burgettstown
July 13
09:45 pm
July 13, Sat, 09:45 pm
Ford Field - Detroit
July 18
11:00 pm
July 18, Thu, 11:00 pm
Huntington Center - Toledo
July 19
11:00 pm
July 19, Fri, 11:00 pm
Value City Arena - Schottenstein Center - Columbus
July 20
10:45 pm
July 20, Sat, 10:45 pm
Soldier Field - Chicago
July 26
01:00 am
July 26, Fri, 01:00 am
Amphitheater at Ford Idaho Center - Nampa
July 27
02:00 am
July 27, Sat, 02:00 am
RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater - Ridgefield

Best Seats to See Chris Stapleton

We have a wide variety of seating charts on this current tour. Our goal is to help you find the best seats for a Chris Stapleton concert. The bottom line is, that you may have to spend more money than you would like to when finding that perfect location.

From Petco Park and Lucas Oil Stadium to Bank of America Stadium and T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, there are all kinds of stage setups to think about. He is playing the BankNH Pavillion three times so we are going to use this venue as our seat breakdown. You can apply everything we talk about here to any of the other similar locations.

We will list all of the major sections and provide the best deals that we can find. Again, remember, the seating chart per venue is random vs. someone playing all basketball arenas or stadiums.

GA Pit – Take advantage of the warmer months with hundreds of your new best friends. If you can get in early enough, the Pit is an amazing way to watch a concert at least once in your life. It will be loud and crowded for sure. Ticket prices in the pit are fairly reasonable considering the next section back is way more. Obviously, the major negative here is there are no seats. The views and sound will be spot on for sure.

Section One – This is a super expensive section, especially in the middle. There are no deals happening right now. You’ll find big drop offs on the wings of section one. We are talking nearly $300 for the same row. If the budget is there, consider the interior wings of section one.

Section Two – This section shows some fairly expensive tickets as well. You’re almost better off looking in the outside wings in section one. If you can find a good deal in the center of this section in the deep back, the visual will be very good and the sound quality will be some of the best.

Section Three – You would expect the price difference to drop here but it isn’t dropping that much. We are seeing back rows of sections two and three having similar price points. Be sure to check each section and row carefully for the best seat.

Lawn – Even the lawn is really expensive right now. This is a hot tour. Try to commit to a seat inside the pavilion. You may pay more than you want to but the views and sound will definitely be that much better.

Random Thoughts – If you are watching for the best Chris Stapleton seats you have to watch carefully. This is a sold-out event but tickets are available if you are willing to pay. Keep a close eye out for different sections and see if you start to see a price drop. You may have to make your move earlier than you wish so you don’t get left out.

A Look Back in Time

Someone who keeps making headlines in the country music scene is without a doubt, Chris Stapleton. We are going to take a quick look back in time and see how he got to where we are now. If you are playing venues like the Bridgestone Arena, MetLife Stadium, and Allegiant Stadium, you must be doing something right.

Chris’ music journey spans various bands, including The Steeldrivers and Jompson Brothers, but his solo career marked a significant rise in his profile. He’s collaborated with notable figures across genres, working with Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, Adele, and Ed Sheeran in pop, and partnering with country artists like Miranda Lambert and George Strait.

His upcoming tour, relevant even beyond 2024, features artists such as Little Big Town, George Strait, Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow, Allen Stone, Nikki Lane, Grace Potter, and Marcus King. These collaborations underscore the tour’s significance.

Chris’ presence at major music festivals like Coachella, Glastonbury, Bonnaroo, and Austin City Limits highlights his stance in the industry. While his past includes tours with artists like Tom Petty, Margo Price, and Brent Cobb, it’s his future projects that hold the most promise. Attending his shows with the best seats will change the way you listen.

The Popularity Metrics

If you’ve been around us for other guides to concerts you know we like to look at two specific services when determining the popularity. We use YouTube and Spotify to help us understand some of the metrics. This gives us the insight we need to determine how the supply and demand will be for the Chris Stapleton Concert.

We’ll start things off with Spotify. We were slightly surprised when we checked the statistics for Chris Stapleton. We were positive he would be over 30 million listeners each month but he is only close to 20 million listeners. This makes sense that there are two other performers with him at some of these bigger venues.

In terms of YouTube, Chris has  2.5 million subscribers and only 20 videos. We expect this number to rise. Although his most popular video which is actually audio only, has almost 800 million views. The song Tennessee Whiskey is super strong on Spotify as well. With nearly a billion listens you know there are a lot of people listening.

These numbers are average for a big performer, but to play these huge venues it will take the other acts to help push some of those seats. The bigger the venue the better ticket prices you will find.

Going to the Show Near You

You have a chance to see Chris Stapleton in a venue near you. You’ll probably have to wait a long time before he heads your way again. This is the best time to buy seats so act now. With everything we provided, you should be able to make a good decision on your seating preference. Always try to upgrade your seat location if you can while keeping your budget intact. This concert will provide some good times and memories. If you have any questions about seating you may send us a message and we will do what we can to help.


Written by Ticket Man

I've been in the ticket industry for many years. I want to share with you the best ways to get the best prices for the best seats.