There is no other arena in the nation filled with the spirit of so many legends; iconic athletes, chart-topping musicians, celebrated performers, and even presidents and popes are all part of its legacy. As “The World's Most Famous Arena,” there's no debating that championship history happens here in the greatest city in the world. Beyond the main 19,500-seat venue, Madison Square Garden offers a variety of state-of-the-art spaces to accommodate special events.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get tickets? Madison Square Garden sells most of its tickets online through TicketMaster. Find up-to-date ticket links and info for each event at thegarden.com.
How do I pick seats? You can view seating-chart configurations at thegarden.com. The most novel perspective may come from the Chase Bridges, which are suspended from the ceiling. They offer a view that’s closer to directly above the playing surface than a traditional upper-level perch, if not exactly giving a bird’s-eye view. The seats also put you close to the Garden’s distinctive ceiling.
Can I take a tour? As long as scheduled events don’t get in the way, guided tours run every day. They go behind the scenes to places like pro athletes’ locker rooms. For more info, visit thegarden.com.
Where should I eat before the game or concert? You may want to try the Pennsy, a fancy new food court just outside the arena. Of course, like any newer stadium (it was renovated just a couple of years back), MSG has a wide variety of concession options inside as well.