Billy Joel is headed to one of the world's most famous concert venues, Madison Square Garden in New York City, with a one-of-a-kind concert residency. Instead of moving from place to place, Joel plans to plant his flag at the Garden by performing one concert a month there. See this legendary performer on Sept. 17, and enjoy his monster hits including "Piano Man," "She's Always a Woman," and the ever-appropriate "New York State of Mind."
Madison Square Garden Seating Information
The stage for the Billy Joel concert at Madison Square Garden is positioned directly in front of Sections 110-114. Same-level floor seating is available (from closest to furthest away) in Sections A-F and Sections 01-03. Seating is available all across the 100-400 levels for the concert; refer to the arena seating chart for placement. Some sections will be situated behind the stage with rear and obstructed views of the stage.
Madison Square Garden General Information
Upon entering the Garden, all persons and their belongings are subject to search, which may include hand wands and/or metal detectors. Prohibited items include weapons, laser pens, alcohol and illegal drugs, outside food and drinks, oversized bags, and anything else considered risky by security personnel. Video recording devices are also prohibited, while non-professional cameras and binoculars are welcome inside Madison Square Garden. All children two years of age and older must have a ticket to the Billy Joel concert to be granted entry.
Madison Square Garden Parking Information
Though there are no private structures or lots owned by MSG, there are several indoor and outdoor public lots in the vicinity for parking on Sept. 17. A number of public transportation routes, including several subway lines, all feed into Penn Station at 34th Street.
Madison Square Garden Gate Times
Doors for the Billy Joel concert are scheduled to open one hour before show time, but this time may be changed on Sept. 17. Guests are encouraged to plan travel accordingly in the event of delays at the gate.