For most Jaqua Concert Hall concerts, the best seats on the main floor are on the two inner aisles, both in the center section and the 4 inside aisle seats in the outside sections. Balcony supports cause some sight obstructions. Most seating on the main floor is church pews with a padded seat and wooden back; rows A-B are padded chairs. Space for wheel chairs is provided on the outside left aisle and in section 101, row B-C (marked "W").
The Jaqua's middle section balcony seats are excellent for their high quality sight lines and sound. The seats in the center lower balcony are particularly noteworthy, seats in the upper balcony also provide a great experience. The seats in rows B and C on either side of the lower balcony horseshoe or Rear Balcony are partially obstructed--they lose a portion of the near side of the stage. All seating in the balcony is 1920s theatre-style, with padded seats and wooden backs, which are uncomfortable to some