In the fall of 2014, Bob Dylan will headline four concerts at New York's Beacon Theatre, with the second performance of the multi-night run scheduled to take place on Nov. 29. Dylan, who was recently named the 2015 MusiCares Person of the Year, will fill this concert hall with the sounds of his successful 50-year career when he takes the stage at this Saturday night concert. Hear a medley of influential protest songs like "Blowin' in the Wind" along with other staples from his prodigious catalog when this legendary folk artist takes over the Beacon Theatre stage.
Beacon Theatre Seating Information
When selecting seats for this Bob Dylan New York concert, you'll note that Beacon Theatre features four levels from which you can select seats. There are three elevated levels that area situated above the ground floor, beginning with the five sections of the Loge Level, which stands roughly halfway up the length of the theater. There are also two unique tiers of the Balcony Level (Lower and Upper) that each contain seven sections of seating across the Beacon Theatre. If you prefer to be closer to the stage where Dylan will be performing, you can browse available seats in the Orchestra Level, which is situated on the main floor of the Beacon Theatre.
Beacon Theatre General Information
Strollers are not permitted inside the theater, although children under two years of age are generally admitted for free if they share their seat with an adult. In addition to strollers, prohibited items include banners, signs, recording equipment, cameras, and food or beverages purchased outside the venue. Beacon Theatre staff will not let you exit and re-enter the concert for any reason, including smoking. A number of special amenities, like assisted listening devices and wheelchair transport, may also be available for guests with special needs. Just speak with a theater staff member on the night of the show for assistance.
Beacon Theatre Parking Information
Driving to the Bob Dylan New York concert is generally discouraged, as there are no parking lots or garages directly affiliated with the theater, and parking may be limited in the area. There are, however, plenty of public transit options that will bring you to the Beacon Theatre. Subway Lines 1, 2, and 3 have a station just three blocks away. You can also take the M7, M79, and M104 buses to the concert. Be sure to check public transit schedules before heading to the show.
Beacon Theatre Gate Times
Beacon Theatre doors should open no later than an hour before the concert's start time of 8 p.m. EST.