On July 8, the famed singer and recording artist Michael Bublé will be bringing his smooth voice to Madison Square Garden. This will not be his first time performing at the famed concert venue, as the artist recorded his GRAMMY Award-winning album, "Michael Bublé Meets Madison Square Garden," here. Expect to hear his recent favorites at this show, such as "It's a Beautiful Day", "Close Your Eyes," and "After All."
Madison Square Garden Seating Information
The stage for the Michael Bublé concert at Madison Square Garden will be set up on the far side of the floor farthest from Sections 101-103. Floor Sections A-F are closest to the stage, while floor riser Sections 01-03 are located on the far end. The first elevated level includes Sections 101-120, and the second level includes Sections 201-227. The 300 and 400 Levels include small sections situated above the stadium. Suites are also available for this July 8 concert.
Madison Square Garden General Information
Outside food and drinks, including water, are strictly prohibited at Madison Square Garden. Professional cameras, video cameras, and other recording devices are not permitted at any time, but small digital cameras and disposable cameras are allowed. All bags are subject to inspection, and bags must fit under your seat.
Madison Square Garden Parking Information
Madison Square Garden does not have its own parking facilities or any affiliates; however, a number of indoor and outdoor parking lots are available nearby, many of which offer prepaid parking. If you are arriving via public transit, your options include buses, trains, ferries, and the subway.
Madison Square Garden Gate Times
The Madison Square Garden gates will open roughly one hour before the Michael Bublé concert begins. However, guests with club-level tickets are typically allowed to enter the premises two hours before the concert.
Madison Square Garden Accessibility
Accessible seating is available throughout the stadium for this concert on July 8, and ramps are located on both sides of the main entrance steps. Many services are available upon request to make Madison Square Garden more accessible, such as wheelchair storage, wheelchair escort, interpretive services, rental of TTY machines, and assistive listening devices. Most bars and restaurants are accessible, and accessible restrooms are available throughout the venue. Elevators and wheelchair lifts are scattered throughout the arena, and escalators are in each of the four towers.