Don't miss your opportunity to see the legendary Billy Joel continue his residency at Madison Square Garden on April 18. This will be Joel's fourth performance at the venue since beginning his tenure as the arena's first music franchise, and the demand to see him perform is as high as ever. Rock out to Billy Joel's biggest hits and some fan favorites as you see first-hand why this rock superstar was invited to play monthly shows at "The World's Most Famous Arena."
Madison Square Garden Seating Information
The stage for the Billy Joel concert on April 18 will be set up in front of Sections 111-113, with floor seating on the same level as the stage in Sections A-C closest to the stage, D-F in the center, and 01-03 located to the rear. Fans will also be able to find stadium-style seating in all remaining levels of Madison Square Garden. Many sections might provide only a limited view of the performance. Seating options with limited, side, or no view of the stage will include that information in the listing.
Madison Square Garden General Information
Bags and backpacks must be able to fit comfortably under your seat. All bags are subject to a security search. Any outside food or drink is not permitted in the arena. Audio-video recording devices are expressly prohibited. Only non-professional and disposable cameras are permitted in Madison Square Garden. Every attendee over the age of two must have a ticket to enter, and children under two must sit in the lap of a parent or guardian. Smoking is not permitted anywhere within the venue, and guests are not permitted re-entry once they exit the premises.
Madison Square Garden Parking Information
Madison Square Garden does not own any parking structures or endorse any local parking garages, but there are a number of public parking lots surrounding the venue. The arena is also conveniently accessed by public transportation. Madison Square Garden is located above Penn Station, which provides access to train lines A, C, E, 1, 2 and 3. The arena is also located one block away from the 34th Street-Herald Square subway station.
Madison Square Garden Gate Times
Doors at the Billy Joel concert are scheduled to open an hour before show time, but fans with club level tickets will be allowed to enter the building two hours before the concert. Club suite ticket holders may also enter through the VIP entrances on 31st and 33rd Streets. Note that all times may change in the weeks leading up to the concert.
Madison Square Garden Accessibility
Contact the venue directly for accommodations, including relocation from non-accessible seats. Guests with limited mobility can contact a security officer for a wheelchair transport from the Main Lobby to their seats. Elevators are available for guests who use mobility aids such as a wheelchair or crutches, and guests with limited mobility who need to use the elevator can request an elevator pass in advance. Assistive listening devices are also available from the Guest Relations office for use during the concert.