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Are you trying to find the seating chart for Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club? Unfortunately, some sites still show his old location’s map, making it confusing for visitors.
But good news! The chart in this article is correct. I’ve been to the club many times since it relocated, and I even have photos of it to show you.
So in this guide, I’ll share the current map, go over the seating, and cover the differences between the tickets.
And then, at the end, I’ll tell you how to get the best seats in each section.
About the Venue
Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club is in “The District” at the MGM Grand. It’s brand new, as Brad recently relocated from the MGM Basement after being there for ten years.
His new theater is very nice! It’s an intimate space that feels classy and elegant yet full of Vegas charm. There are memorabilia on the walls and cocktail servers attentive to your beverage needs.
You’ll also have some view of the performers, no matter where you sit. But, unfortunately, the floor isn’t elevated. So if you’re in the back, seeing around the people in front of you can sometimes be tricky.
The map below shows the current club layout and ticket category locations. Please note that the zoning and number of seats in each section may be subject to change.
Tickets for Brad’s club are priced based on how close you are to the stage. So typically, Category C costs the most, A is the mid-price point, and B is the cheapest.
Pricing varies depending on the day and who is performing. You can check out the Brad Garrett Comedy Club schedule for the lineup.
- Category C (Premium): Seating in the first three rows
- Category A (Zone 1): Seating in the middle of the theater and on the sides
- Category B (Zone 2): Seats on the far sides and back two rows
Club Seating Options
The majority of the seats in the club are chairs. But there are some bar stools in the middle and back of the room. And then a few booths are spread throughout.
I’ve sat in the chairs and bar stools and found them both comfortable. They have a good cushion and are essentially identical except for the height.
Also, every chair and booth has access to a table, so you’ll have a place to put your drinks. And for those at the bar stools in the middle of the room, you’ll have a ledge for your beverages there.
In this next section, I’ll show you photos from the three categories. I took some of these pictures after the show, so please disregard any messiness.
Category C Tickets
Category C is the most expensive ticket option for Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club. And that’s because this zone is closest to the stage.
So sitting here will give you an excellent view. But I will warn you – guests seated here may also become “material” for the comics on stage.
This section is primarily chairs, but there are also three booths available.
In the following picture, you can see just how close you’ll be with a Category C ticket:
Category A is usually the most popular ticket choice. This is because these seats are priced right in the middle, so they’re not the most expensive nor the cheapest.
You’ll find Category A in the center of the theater and on the right and left sides. Seats in this zone aren’t too far away from the stage, so you should have a decent view no matter where you sit.
This zone also has all three seating options available – chairs, bar stools, and two booths.
The following is a photo of a Category A table. The guests seated on both sides of this table and directly in front are also in Category A.
This next photo is the stage view from my seat in Category A. It’s still at an angle, but not as much as a Category B side seat:
Category B is the cheapest ticket option in the comedy club.
These seats are either on the far sides of the room next to a wall or in the very back of the theater. And in this zone, you’ll either sit on a chair or bar stool.
The chairs on the side have a sideways viewing angle. So, most often, you’ll be looking at the profiles of the comics.
This photo is an example of a Category B side seat:
Now, if you’re at a table in the back in Category B, you’ll be at a slight angle to the stage and have a lot of heads in front of you.
The club does stagger the tables, though, so there are “windows” you can see through. But having a clear view from these rows is still sometimes challenging.
Here’s a photo showing Category B bar stools at a table in the back of the room:
Best Seats for Brad Garrett in Vegas
If you’re after the best place to sit in the house, tickets in Category C (Premium) are what you’ll want to book. These seats are all centrally located and within the first three rows.
But again, many of the club’s comedians get inspiration from guests sitting close to the stage. So if you don’t want to risk a roast, buy a Category A or B ticket instead.
Best Value Seating
Category A tickets are my pick for the best value seats. And that’s because you’ll have a pretty good view regardless of location.
But in my opinion, one area in particular in this category offers tremendous value for the money. And that’s the bar stool seating in the center of the club.
These seats are behind the booths in Category C. But because they’re stools, you’ll have an elevated view with a direct sightline to the stage. So there won’t be any heads in your way.
Just look at this view:
How To Get The Best Seats In Any Category
Unfortunately, seats are not assigned at the Brad Garrett Comedy Club. And that’s true even if your ticket has a seat number and row listed on it.
Instead, seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Or what the venue deems “best available.” So the earlier you arrive, the better your location will be in your category.
Your ticket will also list the door opening time. It’s usually 7:00 pm – one hour before showtime. So if you arrive then, you should get one of the best tables in your zone.
How Many Seats Are In Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club?
The new Brad Garrett Comedy Club has a seating capacity of 200 seats. One hundred thirty-six are chairs, 44 are bar stools, and 20 are in the club’s five booths. And that’s based on my count when I last attended the show.
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Get Your Tickets Now
I can’t stress enough the importance of arriving early. It can significantly affect your location, especially if you get Category A seats.
I know that first hand because I’ve gotten to the club late – about 5 minutes before showtime. Although the host let us choose from the remaining tables, the view could’ve been better.
Unfortunately, someone’s head was in my sightline, so I had to keep adjusting to see. I still loved going, but I found it a little annoying while trying to enjoy the comedy show.
Also, it’s way better to order your drinks earlier. Otherwise, you might not get them until halfway through the show (which was the case for us).
So for the best experience possible, get to the club early. And if you’re still on the fence about going, I hope my Brad Garrett Comedy Club review will help!