Experience the full spectrum of the current Fleetwood Mac lineup when the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band takes over Madison Square Garden for the first of two New York nights on Oct. 6. The dual performances in the Big Apple will be two of the earliest concerts featured during the highly anticipated On With the Show Tour and both Fleetwood Mac MSG concerts are sure to feature an eclectic collection of hits from the legendary group's extensive discography.
Madison Square Garden Seating Information
Floor level seating for the Fleetwood Mac Madison Square Garden performance on Oct. 6 will be available in Sections A-F as well as in rear riser Sections 01-03. If you prefer the more traditional Lower Level seating, numerous areas will be offered across Sections 101-114. In the second tier, seek out seats in Sections 208-215 and 220-227. Note that some sections of the Lower and Upper Levels may have obstructed, limited, or side views of the stage (set up in front of Sections 111-113), so be sure to read through details included within the listings for more information. Additionally, luxury suites also may be available throughout all levels of Madison Square Garden while supplies last.
Madison Square Garden General Information
Tripods, monopods, recording devices, and cameras with professional lenses are strictly prohibited for this Fleetwood Mac show, but guests are generally free to photograph events with a personal, non-professional camera. Other items typically prohibited include outside food and drink, large banners, laser pens, and oversized bags and purses. All concertgoers entering MSG are subject to search.
Madison Square Garden Parking Information
Madison Square Garden does not own or have affiliations with any parking facilities, however, outdoor and indoor parking is usually available in a number of lots and garages located within walking distance of the arena. Fees and availability may vary, and guests are advised to arrive early to ensure a spot and on-time arrival to the concert.
Madison Square Garden Gate Times
Madison Square Garden gates typically one hour before the start of performances, but this is subject to changed ahead of the concert on Oct. 6.