See Billy Joel's third residency concert at New York's Madison Square Garden when the "Piano Man" performs at the venue on March 21. At his first residency show, Joel performed songs from nearly every one of his studio albums, including his 1971 debut "Cold Spring Harbor," so fans can expect to hear a wide selection of chart-topping hits and deep cuts at this March concert.
Madison Square Garden Seating Information
All of Madison Square Garden's seating levels--from the floor to the upper balconies--will be open during the Billy Joel concert. In some of the seating options, fans will only have a limited view of the stage. If any available seats have obstructions, that information will be featured in the form of a "Note" on the individual ticket listing next to the Madison Square Garden seating chart.
Floor seats are divided between Sections A-F and 01-03, and stadium-style seats can be found in the 100-400 Levels. There also will be seats available on the venue's new sky bridges (Sections 310-316 and 324-328), which offer an aerial view of the stage.
Madison Square Garden General Information
Prohibited items at MSG include banners, signs, outside food and drink, and audio-video recording devices. Small bags and backpacks will be permitted inside the arena. Children two and older must have a ticket to attend the concert.
Madison Square Garden Parking Information
No parking structures are directly affiliated with Madison Square Garden. However, many privately owned lots and garages will offer parking on March 21 for varied fees on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you prefer to take public transportation to the concert, there will be numerous options available. As the venue is located directly above Penn Station, all of the train lines (A, C, E, 1, 2, and 3) that run through that station will bring you near the venue. The 34th Street-Herald Square subway station is also very close to MSG, and is serviced by trains B, D, F, M, N, Q, and R.
Madison Square Garden Gate Times
Doors to Madison Square Garden are scheduled to open at 7 p.m. EST, but that time is subject to change.
Madison Square Garden Accessibility
Following renovations in 2013, Madison Square Garden boasts a more accessible venue than ever before. Fans can find accessible seating distributed between each of the levels, and each level is accessible by elevator or escalator. In addition, there are assisted listening devices and wheelchair transport services available from the guest services department upon request.