In light of the high demand for their first Madison Square Garden show, which will take place five days earlier, The Eagles added a return trip to the historic New York venue for Sept. 18 following a pair of nights in Boston. As part of the long-running History of The Eagles Tour, this concert will showcase many of the band's most famous hits alongside a sprinkling of lesser-known rarities not often performed live. Don't miss your chance to witness The Eagles dishing on the stories behind the ballads, rock songs, personal experiences, and more during this must-see Saturday night MSG show.
Madison Square Garden Seating Information
The stage for The Eagles Madison Square Garden concert on Sept. 18 will be stationed in front of Sections 110-114. In addition to permanent seating options throughout the 100 and 200 Levels, this concert also will offer fans Floor access across Sections A-C, D-F, and 1-3. Suites also may be an option and can be found in between the 100 and 200 Levels and near the Floor, though make sure to note any with the potential for limited or obstructed views of The Eagles.
Madison Square Garden General Information
Guests are generally not allowed to sit or stand in the aisles while concerts are in progress. Outside food and beverages cannot be brought inside the venue, though plenty of concessions will be available throughout the evening. Only small disposable or non-professional cameras may be used, though this is subject to change depending on the preference of The Eagles. Smoking is not allowed anywhere inside the venue and re-entry is prohibited, even for the purpose of smoking.
Madison Square Garden Parking Information
A number of parking facilities affiliated with the venue are located within walking distance, though fees may vary and space will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. The use of public transportation is generally encouraged for those attending events at MSG.
Madison Square Garden Gate Times
Madison Square Garden usually begins allowing guests to enter about two hours in advance. The Eagles do not have opening acts scheduled for the tour, so prepare to arrive on time for this Sept. 18 concert.