Chase Center Seating Chart | New Warriors Arena

The Chase Center, located at the corner or Third Street and South Street in Mission Bay, will become the new home of the Golden State Warriors starting in the 2019 season. In addition to hosting the Warriors, the venue will also host concerts and other events, with plans to reach roughly 200 live events each year. The first event to take place at the Chase Center will be Bay-Area Natives Metallica on September 6th.

It is never too early to familiarize yourself with the seating configurations of a new venue. In this regularly updated post, you will find the most up to date Chase Center Seating Chart information, including row and seat numbers, seat views, Warriors face value ticket prices, club and suite information and much more.

Chase Center Seating Chart


The seating chart above covers the layout for the grand opening Metallica concert on 9/6.

  • Section Numbers
    • The lower bowl will be noted as the 100 level (sections 101-124), with premium sections around the court numbered in single or double digits (sections 2-17 & C1-C32).
    • The upper bowl will be noted as the 200 level (sections 201-225).
  • Seat Numbers
    • The center sections in the lower bowl of the chase center will have an average of 20 seats per row.
    • The center sections in the upper bowl of the Chase Center will have an average of 18 seats per row.
    • The seat numbers in the corners and behind the baskets of the Chase Center will vary greatly by row.
  • Premium Seating
    • The number of suites at the Chase Center will total 136, 52 more than Oracle Arena.
      • 44 of the suites will be in a ring between the upper and lower bowl.
      • 32 of the suites will be know as the courtside lounges.
      • 60 theatre boxes will be located on top of the ring of suites, but only along the sidelines of the arena.

Major Difference Between Chase Center and Oracle Arena

Fans are going to experience significant difference between the Chase Center and Oracle Arena. Here are some of the major differences:

  • Chase Center will have a smaller seating capacity of 18,061, Oracle Arena seated 19,596.
  • Chase Center will have 11 acres of land to develop surrounding the venue for parks, shops, restaurants and office spaces. Oracle Arena had no additional property surrounding the venue.
  • New public transportation access to Chase Center includes Muni, Caltrain and Central Subway, none of which provided access to Oracle Arena.
  • Main Concourse width at Chase Center is 10 feet wider than Oracle, Upper Concourse width is 8 feet wider.

Chase Center Seat Views

You can check out 3D seat views of the Chase Center here.

As more seat views become available we will update this post.

Golden State Warriors Tickets Face Value

While the exact face values for the Golden State Warriors at the Chase Center haven’t been released, general pricing for the personal seat licenses have been.

Once official face value prices for Golden State Warriors Tickets become available we will have the information here.

Chase Center Parking

The Chase center will have three levels of parking on the premises with 950 spaces, with an additional 6,000 parking spaces within a half-mile of the arena. The Chase Center will have 300 bike parking spaces available, making it one of the most bike friendly venues in the United States

Handicapped & ADA Seating at Chase Center

For those who are confined to a wheelchair and/or those looking to attend a game at Chase Center with somebody who is, there is some important information that you’ll want to know. If you’re seeking ADA or handicapped seating, you’ll find that there are accessible rows at the top of most sections within the ballpark and spread throughout. If necessary, folding chairs will be provided with guests, such as ones looking to sit with a fan confined to a wheelchair. One trick you can use to filter tickets that are handicapped or ADA accessible is by using our “Additional filters +” button on the event page that allow you to select “ADA (wheelchair accessible),” which shows all seats that the seller has marked as handicapped seating.

How to Get the Cheapest Golden State Warriors Tickets

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Chase Center Schedule with Ticket Prices

Apr 307:30 PMStraight No ChaserPeace Concert Hall At The Peace Center – SC – Greenville, SCFrom $30
May 37:30 PMStraight No ChaserLuhrs Performing Arts Center – Shippensburg, PA
May 53:00 PMStraight No ChaserProvidence Performing Arts Center – Providence, RIFrom $42
Sep 68:00 PMMetallica & San Francisco SymphonyChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $497
Sep 88:00 PMMetallica & San Francisco SymphonyChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $271
Sep 108:00 PMDave Matthews BandChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $95
Sep 117:30 PMEric ClaptonChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $135
Sep 167:30 PMJohn MayerChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $97
Sep 288:00 PMEric ChurchChase Center – San Francisco, CA
Oct 97:30 PMThe WhoChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $91
Oct 178:00 PMPhil CollinsChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $92
Oct 268:00 PMSara BareillesChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $84
Nov 207:00 PMThe Black Keys, Modest Mouse & Shannon and the ClamsChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $52
Nov 217:30 PMCherChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $103
Nov 247:00 PMBad BunnyChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $113
Nov 297:00 PMThe Chainsmokers & 5 Seconds of SummerChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $81
Dec 57:30 PMAndrea Bocelli & San Francisco Symphony and ChorusChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $187
Apr 117:30 PMCeline DionChase Center – San Francisco, CAFrom $158


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