Buy Tickets To The Current Show At The Theater at Madison Square Garden
The entrance to the Theater at Madison Square Garden is located on 7th Avenue at 32nd Street.
Best Seats In The House:
The seating in the Theater at Madison Square Garden varies between 2,000 and 5,600 depending upon the event. The views are good all around, and they boast that even the last row is only 177 feet away from the stage.
Theater at Madison Square Garden Background:
Part of the mammoth Madison Square Garden complex, the Theater at Madison Square Garden is an appropriately enormous space, far larger than any Broadway theater. Its size makes it ideal for concerts and popular annual family shows like A Christmas Carol and Peter Pan. The Theater at MSG, which was formerly called the Paramount, is also used for comedy acts, awards shows, and even boxing matches. Madison Square Garden, which opened in 1968 with a ceremony hosted by Bing Crosby and Bob Hope, is actually the fourth arena to bear the MSG name. The first incarnation (as well as the second) was located in and named for New York City's Madison Square Park and opened in 1879.
Previous Shows at The Theater at Madison Square Garden:
The Theater at Madison Square Garden has presented numerous shows and presentations of every type imaginable over the years. In addition to concerts by everyone from Sting to Franz Ferdinand, and family shows from Sesame Street Live to The Wiggles, the Theater at MSG has also been the venue for the
NFL and NBA Drafts, Democratic and Republication National Conventions, and all kinds of corporate meetings, college
graduations, and religious conferences.
MSG Theater Design:
Madison Square Garden is between 7th Avenue and 8th Avenue, stretching from 31st to 33rd Street. It encompasses the huge Arena that New York sports teams like the Knicks and the Rangers call home (and that features spectacular concert performances by major artists like Elton John and U2), the Expo Center, a terrace, and the Theater at Madison Square Garden. 'The Garden', as it is usually referred to by local sports fans, was built over the always-busy Penn Station, so the area gets quite congested on game nights. Directions:
Take the 1/2/3 or the A/C/E to the 34th Street/Penn Station stop.
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Seating Map for the Theater at Madison Square Garden: