See Katy Perry live at Madison Square Garden in New York on July 9. Katy Perry's Prismatic World Tour, which celebrates her newly released studio album "Prism," is her first tour since 2011. Watch this lauded singer perform fan favorites like "California Girls" as well as hit songs from her new album as she hits the stage with special guest Capital Cities. Surrounded by thousands of fans at the world's most famous arena, Katy Perry is sure to give the performance of a lifetime.
Madison Square Garden Seating Information
The stage for this Katy Perry concert will be positioned in front of Sections 110-114. There will be a pit area on the same level as the stage, with floor seating in Sections A-F behind the pit. The distinctive riser section, labeled 01-03, is situated behind the arena's floor sections. Levels 100-300 will all be available during the July 9 concert, but some of the sections will offer a limited view of the performance. In particular, Sections 109, 115, 213-214, 221-222, 315-316, and 324-325 only feature a side view of the stage.
Madison Square Garden General Information
Any bags or backpacks brought into Madison Square Garden must be small enough to fit under your seat. Additionally, all bags are subject to a security search. Outside food and drinks are not allowed, and all audio-video recording devices are prohibited. Binoculars will be allowed. All children over the age of two must have a ticket.
Madison Square Garden Parking Information
Although Madison Square Garden does not own any parking structures, there are public lots near the arena where parking may be purchased. As it is located above Penn Station, a number of public transportation routes lead directly to the venue. Take subway lines A, C, E, 1, 2 or 3 to Penn Station, or use the 34th Street-Harold Square subway station located just one block away from the arena.
Madison Square Garden Gate Times
Madison Square Garden doors are scheduled to open approximately one hour before show time. Katy Perry fans with Club Level tickets will be allowed to enter the arena two hours before showtime using the VIP entrances on 31st and 33rd Street.
Madison Square Garden Accessibility
Accessible seating is available throughout the venue. Wheelchair storage and a wheelchair escort to and from seats are available upon request. Assisted listening device and TTY rental are also provided. Escalators are available for all concertgoers, and elevator-use passes may be obtained from the venue staff in advance of the July 9 concert.