In the heart of the Big Apple, the Theatre at Madison Square Garden sits as one of the more versatile concert venues in the city. The landmark entertainment complex is a haven for all manner of musicians, and this year you can see Robin Thicke join the list of legendary global artists that have made this decades-old theater such an international icon.
The Theatre at Madison Square Garden Seating Information
The Theatre at Madison Square Garden offers four different levels of seating for concerts. Directly in front of the stage is an interchangeable section, which may be set up as reserved seating in sections 100-102, or it may be a general admission pit area. Next is the 200 level with Sections 200-206, which are followed by the 300 level, whose Sections 300-306 are furthest back from the stage. Private boxes also sit along the sides of the seating areas. On each side of the stage, there are 13 boxes which may be available during this concert. Refer to the Theatre at Madison Square Garden seating chart on this page for the specific layout and availability for Robin Thicke.
The Theatre at Madison Square Garden General Information
Binoculars are allowed inside the venue. Children under the age of two do not require a ticket, but must share a seat with a paying adult. Strollers are permitted but must be able to fit beneath a seat. Prohibited items include outside food and drink, professional cameras, audio/video recording devices, signs, banners, and large bags.
The Theatre at Madison Square Garden Parking Information
Madison Square Garden does not own any parking areas; however, there are several indoor and outdoor parking garages and lots within walking distance of the venue. arking is usually paid for on site, and most offer accessible parking spaces on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Theatre at Madison Square Garden Gate Times
Doors open one hour before show time.
The Theatre at Madison Square Garden Accessibility
The Theatre at Madison Square Garden offers accessible seating and restrooms on all levels. Wheelchair escorts, wheelchair storage, elevators, escalators, assisted listening devices, and sign language interpreters are available if the box office is given enough advance notice.