Seating Chart

Unfortunately, we do not currently have a seating chart for Webster Hall.

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Webster Hall Seating Chart/Seat Map Details

We spend a lot of time getting our seating charts/seat maps right because we know how important they are when deciding which event to attend. We also try to supply actual seat views from different parts of the venue to give you a sense of the view you'll have from your seat. You can go to our Webster Hall seat views page to see them. Webster Hall can hold up to 2,500 people but we unfortunately can’t provide 2,500 individual seat views, so the above seat views should be representative of the section you’re sitting in rather than the specific seat.

Every seating chart/seat map at Webster Hall can be a little different, therefore it's probably a good idea to double check you're looking at the one that matches the event you're attending. If not, you can always choose a different seating chart from the list above.

If you found the seating chart you're looking for and just want to see events in New York, please see below:

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Webster Hall
125 East 11th Street
New York, NY 10003

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