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Unfortunately, we do not currently have a seating chart for Golden Gate Park.

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Golden Gate Park Seating Chart/Seat Map Details

We take great care in providing the most accurate seating charts/seat maps because we know how important they are when deciding which event to attend. We try to also provide you with seat views that show you what kind of view you can expect from different parts of the venue. You can go to our Golden Gate Park seat views page to see them. Golden Gate Park can hold up to 60,000 people but we unfortunately can’t provide 60,000 individual seat views, so the above seat views should be representative of the section you’re sitting in rather than the specific seat.

We also try to provide you as many seating charts/seat maps as we can, because each one can be a little different. You can browse the various Golden Gate Park seating charts/seat maps by scrolling up top and choosing one from the list.

That's all we've got on seating charts but you can always browse events in San Francisco by visiting one of the following pages:

Lastly, you can also check out:

Golden Gate Park
501 Stanyan St.
San Francisco, CA 94117

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