Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers with Steve Winwood
Wed. Sep 10, 2014 8:00 PM - Madison Square Garden, New York NY

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After a lengthy hiatus, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers will return to the touring circuit in 2014 with a new trek in support of its summer album, "Hypnotic Eye." Don't miss the group as it makes a return to New York for a concert at Madison Square Garden on Sept. 10. In addition to tracks from the new release, like the lead single "American Dream Plan B," Petty will likely revisit his early years with hits from the '70s and '80s. Steve Winwood, the vocalist behind big hits like "Valerie," will join the trek as opening act.

Madison Square Garden Seating Information
The Tom Petty Madison Square Garden concert will be staged at the far edge of the floor, with the closest seating available in Floor Sections A-F and additional riser Floor seating behind that in Sections 01-03. Tiered seating surrounds the stage in a horseshoe shape, with Lower Level options in Sections 101-120 and Upper Level seating in Sections 201-227. Suites are also available to see Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers with Steve Winwood--these suites are located between various levels, and you can view available options by clicking the appropriate box under the MSG seating chart. Balcony and Chase Bridge seating is the final option, featuring the 300-level sections. A few sections to the side of the stage will have a limited view of the performance.

Madison Square Garden General Information
All bags are subject to search, and oversized bags are prohibited, along with any outside food or drink, lasers, signs, banners, and recording equipment. You may be able to photograph the Tom Petty show, but the use of flash is never permitted at Madison Square Garden. Fans are allowed to bring binoculars and service animals to the show.

Madison Square Garden Parking Information
Madison Square Garden does not provide parking, though spaces are available in the many private parking garages nearby. Public transit is also an easy option at this familiar venue, as it is located just above Penn Station.

Madison Square Garden Gate Times
Gates open one hour before show time--which is set for 8 p.m. EST--but attendees sitting in the Club Level will be allowed to enter starting at 6 p.m. through the VIP entrance.

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