The Beacon Theatre may have originally started as a venue designed for vaudeville and musical theatre productions, but it has turned into one of New York's preferred venues for the chance to see Ray LaMontagne on Thursday, November 13, 2014.
Beacon Theatre Seating Information
The Beacon Theatre is a 2,800-seat indoor theatre that provides all concert-goers with an intimate, yet unforgettable experience. The seating at the front of the venue starts with the orchestra pit, which is labeled with the Orchestra Center section in the middle with Orchestra 1-4 on the sides (odd numbers on the left, even on the right). The same goes for the Loge sections, which include Loge Center and Loge sections 1-4. The balcony sections consist of the lower and upper balcony sections, which are both labeled by the center section and sections 1-6, with the odd numbers on the left side and the even numbers on the right.
Beacon Theatre General Information
All outside food and water will not be permitted inside the venue, and the following items are prohibited as well: signs, large bags, bottles, alcohol, cans, video cameras, audio recordings, and in some cases, cameras and flash photography. All guests and bags are subject to search upon entering the theatre, so it is recommended to pack light and bring the bare minimum. No smoking is allowed in the venue, and anyone that leaves the building for any reason will not be allowed to re-enter.
Beacon Theatre Parking Information
The Beacon Theatre does not have any garages associated with the venue, but there are several in the vicinity that guests can park at for a fee. Street parking is also available, but you must have a city parking sticker that matches the street signs. Penn Station, Grand Central Terminal and the Port Authority Bus Terminal are all located close by for trains, subway, and bus options. Amtrak, the MTA, NJ Transit and Path are all available for use, as are buses M104 M79 and M7.
Beacon Theatre Gate Times
The doors for events at the Beacon Theatre typically open one hour prior to the expected start time for Ray LaMontagne.
Beacon Theatre Accessibility
Beacon Theatre staff will do its best to accommodate all guests with disabilities attending the concert. ADA accessible seating is available for guests along with wheelchair transportation, but please be sure to note your needs before attending the concert. You can contact the staff at the Beacon Theatre with any questions or special requests.