Tennessee Performing Arts Center Seating Chart
NOTE: Seating layouts can change depending on the type of event. The individual seating chart for the event can be seen when selecting your tickets.
Each TPAC theater has a variety of available seating as detailed below.
Andrew Jackson Hall Seating Chart
Andrew Jackson Hall has continental seating on the far right and far left sides, with no center aisle. Tier seating overlaps to Orchestra Row T and the Balcony overlaps the Tier to Row H. The Loges attach to the front of Balcony seating on either side and extends over Tier seating to Row J of Orchestra. You can find easy access rows in the upper levels at Row E of the Tier (access through Tier lobby) and Row P of the Tier (access through Balcony Lobby). These seats have no steps leading to them once you exit the elevators on their respective levels. Accessible seating is available on Rows Y & Z.
James K. Polk Theater Seating Chart
Polk’s Orchestra level has two center aisles and two outer aisles. Rows AA-CC is removed when musicians use the Orchestra Pit. Seats 108-110 and 301-303 in rows A-E and DD (36 in total) are removed when Vomitorium is installed. You can find accessible seating behind row Wr. There are eight (8) available accessible spaces behind seats R101-R112 and eight (8) available accessible spaces behind seats R301-R312. Polk Theater does not have row I or row O. The Tier level of the theater does not have elevator access.
Andrew Johnson Theater Seating Chart
Andrew Johnson Theater is accessed by elevator. Due to the configurable nature of seating, arrangements for Johnson Theater change depending on the show. Most common seating arrangements require steps to reach except for accessible seating located in front of the main seating bank.
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