United Center Tickets

Making it out to a concert is a big ordeal. This year could be a great opportunity to head out to the United Center for one of the biggest concert tours. Dozens of artists stop through on their world tours each year. Since it is one of the biggest venues in the United States we expect plenty of events to show up on the schedule. After the ticket listings below we will go over some of the best seats to choose from as well as other pertinent information to make your event more enjoyable.

United Center Seating Chart

There is a lot to take into consideration when looking at a venue seating chart. In the case of the United Center, we have a pretty straightforward layout for most concert tours. We want you to find the best seat inside the United Center. It's critical to have a location that can not only see the stage but provide the sound of the concert in great detail. If you are about to spend a lot of money on Madonna or Sam Smith tickets, we hope you get the most out of it. Some locations will have floor general admission while others will have floor seats. Try to get floor seats when available. If you aren't seeing a reasonable ticket price for a United Center floor seat, head up to the lower bowl. The 105, 106, and 107 will bring you straight on with great sound. Try to avoid the 300-level sections as these will make you want to see the big screens versus the stage itself. 

United Center Tour Dates


Some Cool Things to Know About the United Center

The United Center can hold around 20,000 fans for a big concert. Performers such as Bruce Springsteen will certainly cover this number. The Michael Jackson tour was one for the ages back in 2001.

The United Center includes a cutting-edge sound system that can deliver premium audio for performances.

It offers a range of seating options, such as club seats and opulent suites, which provide concertgoers with first-rate amenities.

With more than 200 events every year, including concerts, athletic events, and other exhibitions, the United Center is one of the busiest venues in the world.

The biggest names and concert tours have passed through at one time or another. Some names from recent history include:

Ed Sheeran
Kings of Leon
Michael Buble

We talk about venues a lot and it's important to compare ticket prices for similar locations. Check the venues below and see if the cost of tickets is similar. This will give you a baseline on whether you should make your move.

Tip - Tour dates could affect the supply and demand as well. A summer event inside might not be as heavily sought out as a cold temperature event.

Biggest Indoor Venues in the United States

FedEx Forum Chase Center Barclays Center
TD Garden United Center Gainbridge Fieldhouse
Toyota Center Ball Arena Crypto.com Arena
Spectrum Center Little Caesars Arena The Kia Forum
American Airlines Center Paycom Center Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
Footprint Center AT&T Center Wells Fargo Center
Moda Center Vivint Arena Capital One Arena
State Farm Arena Prudential Center  Bridgestone Arena 
Fiserv Forum Target Center Golden 1 Center
Smoothie King Center Madison Square Garden Scotiabank Arena
Kaseya Center T-Mobile Arena  Nationwide Arena 

You are now ready to buy some tickets for an event at the United Center. You've done your research on the best seats and like what you are seeing. We are here to help you buy those tickets if you need them. It's a simple process to get this done. Once you finish the purchase you will soon be on your way to the event. Always keep in mind that seating could determine the memory you make. Ticket prices will always be expensive so be sure to budget for those future world tours coming to the United Center.

Recently Viewed Links