Guests visiting Orpheum Theatre can enjoy fantastic views of the stage and superb acoustics, wherever they are sat, due to the excellent design of the building. The seating at Orpheum Theatre is varied and available at a range of prices, so there’s a seat to suit everyone! Please be aware that at Orpheum Theatre, as is common with many theatres, the right side is even-numbered and the left side is odd-numbered, with a few exceptions. The only sections that are consecutive are the center of the Balcony section.

orpheum theatre san francisco seating chart

The Orpheum Theatre San Francisco brings Broadway hits, premieres, and performances to life, making every seat in the house feel front row. From orchestra seats close to the stage to the balcony offering a killer view, there are so many options (2,200 to be exact!) to suit different preferences and budgets! Whether you’re aiming for a close-up experience or a bird’s-eye view of the whole show, the Orpheum’s got you covered. Just pick your seat, settle in, and get ready for a performance of a lifetime!

Assigned Seating

The seating arrangement is clearly set out, and friendly staff are available to guide you to your designated seat. Patrons are asked not to deviate from their assigned seats to avoid any disturbance among fellow audience members. Your cooperation ensures a seamless and enjoyable experience for everyone.

Accessible Seating

For patrons needing wheelchair-accessible seating, each individual may purchase up to three additional contiguous seats within the wheelchair-accessible section for their companion(s). This section includes Integrated-Row R with spots for wheelchairs and fixed theater seats for companions, as well as Platform-Row CC at the rear of the Orchestra section, featuring spaces for wheelchairs and movable hardback chairs for companions.

Please note: There are no elevators servicing the upper levels of the theater. Guests who are unable to climb the stairs may opt for Limited Mobility Orchestra seats.

To comply with local fire code regulations, patrons with walkers, crutches, or similar mobility devices will have these items escorted to the lobby by an usher.