Continuing on with his historic Madison Square Garden franchise, the legendary Billy Joel is scheduled to perform his 11th MSG residency show on Nov. 25. With fan demand showing no signs of stopping, it is expected that Joel will keep good on his promise to continue returning to the noted New York venue at least once a month for as long as needed. However, for 2014, the show will mark one of the last of the year for the "Piano Man," so be sure not to miss the hit-maker's Thanksgiving week performance.
Madison Square Garden Seating Information
As is the case with most concerts at the venue, Billy Joel's Madison Square Garden concert on Nov. 25 will feature a stage positioned in front of Sections 111-113. Note that some seating will be offered in the areas behind the stage, which may have limited or obstructed views throughout the performance, so make sure to read through any instructions included in the listing regarding restrictions. Meanwhile, MSG seating in front of the stage consists of Floor Sections A-C, D-F, and a final set of three in the back, 01-03, plus standard stadium seating across the 100 and 200 Levels and Balcony, in addition to numerous suites.
Madison Square Garden General Information
While Madison Square Garden staff reserves the right to search all guests and belongings upon entering the venue, in general items, such as small personal cameras (without flash) and binoculars are permitted inside for events. Prohibited items typically include any kind of professional recording devices or equipment, outside food and drink, large bags, banners, laser pens, and noisemakers.
Madison Square Garden Parking Information
Public transportation is highly recommended for those attending this Billy Joel MSG concert. No on-site parking is offered, though you may find availability in nearby parking lots and garages, though space is usually offered for a fee and on a first-come, first-served basis only. In some cases, though, prepaid parking may be a possibility at certain locations for those wishing to secure a spot in advance of the performance.
Madison Square Garden Gate Times
Gates generally open an hour before the start of concerts at Madison Square Garden, though this is subject to change ahead of the Nov. 25 Billy Joel show.