THE PARAMOUNT THEATRE > Seating Charts
The seating capacity of The Paramount Theatre is 2807.

Main Floor Reserved Seating

Main Floor
Reserved Seating

Main


Print Orchestra Level
Seating Chart.

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The main floor of The Paramount Theatre, often referred to as "orchestra level," is divided into four main sections. Each row is lettered A through Z followed by AA - KK. Each seat is numbered, seat 1 being an aisle seat and closest to center. Tickets in these sections will show the section as "MF" followed by the section number, 1, 2, 3 or 4.

Each side of the main floor is lined with smaller, slightly elevated sections, which are wheelchair accessible. Most of these sections contain three rows. Seat 1 in each of these rows is closest to center, but not an aisle. Row B has removable seats allowing room for a wheelchair. Tickets in these sections will show the section as "SEC" followed by the section letter A, B, C, D or E.

Occasionally orchestra pit seating is added. When this is done, the orchestra pit is lowered and padded, free-standing chairs are placed in the orchestra pit for seating, labeled as rows PB1 and PB2.
 

Balcony Reserved Seating

Loge and Balcony
reserved seating

Balcony


Printable Loge and Balcony
Level Seating Chart.

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The balcony of The Paramount Theatre is divided into four sections separated by walkways. The front section of the balcony, the loge, is available through a Paramount Club membership only. Go to The Paramount Club for information. The next three sections, often referred to as "mezzanines," are each divided into five sections. The first mezzanine sections are numbered 11 through 15 from right to left, each containing rows A - H. The second mezzanine sections are numbered 21 through 25 from right to left, each containing rows J - R. The third mezzanine sections are numbered 31 through 35 from right to left, each containing rows S - Z. For all mezzanine rows, each seat is numbered, seat 1 being an aisle seat and closest to center. Tickets in these sections will show the section as "MEZ" followed by the section number as described above.

The Paramount Theatre does not have an elevator to the balcony. Handicapped and wheelchair accessible seating is located on the main floor.


 
 

Main floor cabaret seating

Main floor
cabaret seating

Balcony


Printable Cabaret Table
Seating Chart.

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The capacity of the main floor with cabaret style seating is 568. Cabaret style seating consists of tables that seat two, four and six. Each row of tables is lettered A through L, with an aisle in the center of each row. Tables left of center are odd numbered and tables right of center are even numbered (for example, if you need two tables, purchase tables numbered 1 and 3, not 1 and 2). Row A seats two at a table and row G seats 6 at a table. All other rows seat 4 at a table. Wheelchair accessible tables are available.

Cocktails and light fare are available for purchase on the main floor for those with cabaret table seats. Food service is available beginning one hour prior to showtime and cocktail service is available throughout the performance.
 
Main Floor General Admission
Two types of general admission are sold for events at The Paramount Theatre-general admission with regular seating in place and general admission in The Paramount Ballroom. For events using The Paramount Ballroom, the seats are removed and floor becomes flat. The smaller, handicapped accessible seating sections (see description above under "main floor seating"), remain. For general admission, seats are available on a first come, first serve basis, by level. Tickets will show either "MF" or "BALC," with the row specified as "GA," which simply means general admission.
 
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