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EventDay, Date, TimeTickets on Sale
5 Seconds of SummerFri, Jul 15 2016 7:30 PMSee Tickets
Amy Schumer TicketsThu, Jun 23 2016 7:00 PMSee Tickets
Billy Joel Tickets6 dates scheduledSee Tickets
Chicago w/ Earth Wind & FireMon, Apr 18 2016 7:30 PMSee Tickets
David Gilmour TicketsApr 11-12, 2016See Tickets
Ellie Goulding MSG TicketsTue, Jun 21 2016 8:00 PMSee Tickets
Justin Bieber TicketsJul 18-19, 2016 7:30 PMSee Tickets
New York Knicks Tickets2015-2016See Tickets
New York Rangers Tickets2015-2016See Tickets
The Cure TicketsJun 18-20, 2016See Tickets
Twenty One Pilots TicketsAug 10-11, 2016See Tickets
Schedule update2016See more tickets

Madison Square Garden’s schedule includes 5 Seconds of Summer “Sounds Live Feels Live” Tour date in The Garden July 15, 2016. Showtime is scheduled for 7:30 PM. Tickets are on sale. Rent a 5 Seconds of Summer MSG Luxury Suite for the show. Find General admission floor tickets or preferred section B or C section tickets.

Justin Bieber Purpose 2016 Tour Madison Square Garden tickets went on sale for the second Justin Bieber concert Tuesday, July 19, 2016. Showtime is 7:30 PM. Today there are 1,189 ticket listings offered from $113 to $4,331 each for Tuesday’s show. There are 967 Justin Bieber ticket listings offered from $105 to $15,571 (Luxury Suite) each for Monday July 18th. Secure your Justin Bieber MSG tickets today.

The Who Tickets Madison Square GardenThe Who concert New York City – The Who tickets are on sale for the rescheduled concert date in 2016. See The Who live in NYC with thousands of Who fans! There is one show at the Garden March 3rd, 2016. Showtime is scheduled for 7:30 PM. Experience the ultimate live Who concert with a group of family and friends. Find preferred Floor tickets. The Who was last in New York City at The Garden December 5th, 2012 on their Quadrophenia Tour.

Chicago Concert MSG 2016Chicago Heart & Soul Tour is in New York City for one show only. Make your plans now, share this schedule with your friends and book your seats in the Garden for concert like no other with 70’s timeless sound. Formed in Chicago, Illinois as a rock band with horns, in 1967 the sound was groundbreaking. At this point only drums, guitars, and maybe tamborine, was cool on stage. The horns enhanced the rock beat and filled the melodies with a depth unrealized in rock music to date. It attracted a new genre of fan; Fans more attuned to a more traditional musical sound, attracting growing classical music fans. The sound was a perfect canvas and palette of sounds to render a softer sound for ballads too. Chicago produced a stream of chart topping hits in the 70’s and into the 80’s. Chicago, the band, is one of the most successful rock groups in history and has sold more than 100 million records!

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Madison Square Garden
Address: 4 Pennsylvania Plaza, New York, NY 10001
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Madison Square Garden Information

Access by Subway/Train
Madison Square Garden is located above Penn Station and may be accessed by taking the 1,2,3, A, C, E trains to 34th Street/Penn Station. You can also take the B, D, F, V, N, R, Q, W trains to the 34th Street/Avenue of the America’s stop and walk one block west to MSG. PATH trains from New Jersey also stop at 33rd Street/Avenue of the Americas. If you are coming by Metro-North, you may take the Shuttle from Grand Central to Times Square and transfer to the downtown 1,2,3 trains.

Emergency Contact Information
To be contacted during an emergency, it is recommended that you set your cell phone or other device to vibrate. For Arena events, the Event Manager’s office may be reached at 212-465-6292. For all other events at 212-465-6299. Please leave your seat location information with your caregiver or babysitter, as Madison Square Garden will not page or find guests during MSG events.

Madison Square Garden History
The current Madison Square Garden is the 4th building to be called Madison Square Garden or MSG. The Grand Opening was February 11, 1968. The event was a salute to the USO. It starred Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. Since MSG opened The Garden has hosted thousands of world-class events. For more information on the history of The Garden you may want to take a Madison Square Garden Access Tour.

Lost and Found at Madison Square Garden
Speak to the Event Operations personnel for assistance is you loose an item while at an event and are still at MSG. You may also contact the Sergeant’s Office Lost and Found. Phone 212-465-6299.


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