Below you'll find helpful information about Madison Square Garden that can enhance your Rod Stewart concert experience on December 9, 2013.
Madison Square Garden Concert Seating Chart
Fans sitting in MSG's distinctive Riser section will be seated directly behind the arena's floor sections. The Riser area is divided into sections 01-03. Select the highlighted sections on the seating map below to view all our Riser section seats for sale. *Please be aware that this information applies to the general seating arrangement used for Madison Square Garden concerts and is subject to change for specific shows.
Madison Square Garden Concert Suites
Host a private gathering during a concert at Madison Square Garden by reserving one of the facility's club suites. Madison Square Garden suite ticket holders should enter through the designated areas in the arena's mall. Invite up to twenty guests to join you in your very own party suite, while Rod Stewart puts on an incredible show. From all-inclusive Legends Night package to private loft boxes, Madison Square Garden has a great number of premium options available to concert goers.
Madison Square Garden Gate Times
The gates at Madison Square Garden will open precisely one hour before show time. However, Rod Stewart fans purchasing club level tickets will be permitted to enter the building two hours before the concert gets underway. Club suite ticket buyers may also have the benefit of entering Madison Square Garden through the VIP entrances on 31st and 33rd street.
Madison Square Garden Handicap Seating
Madison Square Garden offers many handicap services for all concerts, including wheelchair escort, wheelchair storage, assisted listening device rental, and TTY machine rental. Handicap seating can be found throughout the arena. Contact Vivid Seats or the MSG box office to get more details about available companion seating and aisle seating for the scheduled Rod Stewart concert.