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Madison Square Garden
Madison Square Garden is one of those national venues that nearly everyone has heard of at some point of another. It has a fascinating history as a venue, because it has shifted into different locations and been adorned with different names since its first incarnation in 1879. From an open-air arena to a 10,000-set fixture near Central Park, it is the ultimate shapeshifting venue, surviving over a century. To learn more about Madison Square Garden and what’s available there today, keep reading.
Although The Garden has taken on many forms over the century and beyond it’s been around, the current embodiment is a stunning figure. A round space with horizontal light pillars, it is a standout part of the skyline. Another marvelous and rare architectural feature is that its ceiling is concave, rather than convex – the only arena ceiling in the world to be designed that way. Sound absorption acoustic insulation gives it a quality contour for music events. Another stunning and unusual feature are the bridge seats, called the Chase Bridges, inspired by the especial bridge in the city. 233 feet long and 22 feet wide, they hang in the air, offering one-of-a-kind seating and views to those who manage to get tickets in that section.
Holding over 20,000 people, it is not as big as some of the country’s other arenas, which can be massive, it is a staggering size for its location. Real estate in the Manhattan borough is a scarcity. Due to the demand of entertainment loves in the city, highly coveted tickets sell out incredibly fast.
For those who obtain tickets, there are a number of state-of-the-art amenities to satisfy. This includes club seating, suites and group lounges, a locker room experience (for both home sports teams) and more. Top shelf liquor and customizable menus are other assets, available as a luxury, high-end experience. For all ticket holders, there are four beer rooms or beer gardens serving in total 33 kinds of beer. The typical arena fare is also available year-round. Disability and emergency services also received a revamp in the latest round of remodels.
Trademarked as the World’s Most Famous Arena, it is no surprise that some of the biggest acts 0r all time have taken stage at The Garden. From John Lennon, to The Beatles, to Bob Dylan, to Elton John, to Madonna, to the Rolling Stones, to U2, to Bruce Springsteen, to Billy Joel, to Taylor Swift and beyond, The Garden has hosted it all.
When it comes to sports, The Garden is known for the New York Knicks and the New York Rangers, the NBA and NHL, respectively. Other upcoming events include monthly Billy Joel concerts, a staple act. Then, there are a variety of touring stars, including Mariah Carey, Andrea Bocelli, Phish, and Chance the Rapper. Other events include dog shows, WWE matches, and bull riding throwdowns. Madison Square Garden is located at 4 Pennsylvania Plaza in New York, NW 100001. For up-to-date ticket options, check below.