The Fox Theater has three seating sections: Orchestra, Mezzanine, and Balcony.
The Orchestra (main floor) level is tiered to ensure that those standing/sitting towards the back of the level can still have a great view of the stage. The Orchestra section can be seated, or can be opened up for standing room only. The Mezzanine and Balcony levels will always be reserved seating. See below for more information on the theater’s seating configurations.
There are three seating configurations: General Admission, Reserved Seating, Cabaret Seating.
For general admission concerts the Orchestra level will be standing room only and filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The Mezzanine and Balcony levels will be reserved seating with each ticket listing an assigned seat. Typically all tickets to general admission shows will be the same price.
For reserved seating shows, all sections will be seated, and each ticket-holder will have an assigned seat. You will be able to see the exact seat location at the time of your purchase. Often, but not always, the different seating areas will also have differently priced tickets. You can select which seating section you'd like to sit in when purchasing your tickets. Your ticket will list your specific seat, and any Fox Theater usher can help you find your seat in the theater.
Balcony Seating Chart
Orchestra Seating Chart
For cabaret seating shows, the Orchestra level will be seated, with groups of chairs around small tables. Cocktail waitresses will circulate throughout the night to take any food/drink orders you may have, and you are of course free to visit any of the six bars on the Orchestra level. The Mezzanine and Balcony levels will be reserved seating with each ticket listing an assigned seat.