There's no better way to experience a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band like The Eagles than inside an equally legendary venue such as Madison Square Garden in New York City. Scheduled for Sept. 13, this concert will be the first of two at MSG, and is part of the extensive History of The Eagles that originally launched in summer 2013 but has since added several new legs to accommodate consistent nationwide demand.
Madison Square Garden Seating Information
For The Eagles concert at MSG, the stage is expected to be constructed in front of Sections 110-114. All seating areas for the performance are reserved only. Floor Level seats can be found in front of the stage, separated into Sections A-C and D-F, while the Riser seats behind them are separated into Sections 01-03. The first main level of traditional stadium seating includes Sections 101-120, and the Suite Level is located above that and wraps completely around the venue. The next level includes Sections 201-227, while Sections 300-317 make up the Balcony and the Chase Bridge, and the 400 level includes Sections 412-421. Keep in mind that some seating sections may have a limited or obstructed view during The Eagles show, though this will usually be noted within the ticket listing.
Madison Square Garden General Information
To ensure a safe and enjoyable concert experience on Sept. 13, all guests and bags will be subject to search. Keep in mind that items such as video cameras, professional camera equipment, outside food and beverages, and large bags and banners are prohibited. Small, personal cameras are generally allowed provided it's in line with the artists' preference.
Madison Square Garden Parking Information
Madison Square Garden does not offer any on-site parking, but there are numerous privately owned parking garages and lots located within walking distance of the venue. Most lots offer accessible parking spaces, and many offer pre-paid parking. However, public transportation is generally the best way to travel to MSG.
Madison Square Garden Gate Times
Madison Square Garden gates will likely open one hour before The Eagles concert begins, but this is subject to change without notice.