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 A1-B seats are padded chairs. Space for wheel chairs is provided on the outside left aisle and in section 101, row B (marked "W").
The Jaqua's middle section balcony seats are excellent for their high quality sight lines and sound. The A seats in the Lower Balcony are particularly noteworthy, but B and C seats in the Upper Balcony also provide a great view and sound. The O seats are partially obstructed: rows B and C on either side of the lower balcony horseshoe or Rear Balcony D1 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.