Madison Square Garden, The Garden or MSG, is New York City’s main arena for indoor sports and concerts. The arena can seat over 20,000. The Hulu Theater at MSG seats 5,600.
The Garden is the home of the New York Knicks (NBA) and New York Rangers (NHL). It’s also the home of PBR Professional Bull Riders and the Westminster Dog Show.
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MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
Madison Square Garden Tickets
MSG uses variable pricing, so buy early for best prices.
Madison Square Garden
4 Pennsylvania Plaza
(Main entrance on Seventh Ave at 32nd St)
(A)(C)(E) or (1)(2)(3) to 34th St – Penn Station
Go early because you have to go through airport-style security.
The Year at Madison Square Garden
This is a look forward and annual events.
The Madison Square Garden Story
The current Madison Square Garden is actually the fourth building to carry the name. The original on Madison Square was a former railroad yard run by famed circus showman P. T. Barnum. In those days, the train station ended above Madison Square. Hence the name.
Pennsylvania Station was famously torn down to build the new Garden.
Previously at MSG
Marc Anthony brings his Pa’lla Voy Tour to Madison Square Garden in Chelsea, Manhattan on Fri, Feb 11 at 8pm. From $77. 🇵🇷
The PBR Monster Energy Buckoff bull rider rodeo is Fri-Sat, Jan 7-8. From $22. 🇧🇷🇲🇽
Andrea Bocelli brings his Believe World Tour, Wed-Thu, Dec 15-16 at 7:30pm. From $86. 🇮🇹
Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin with special guest Sebastián Yatra, play Latin pop on Sun, Oct 17 at 7:30pm. From $30. 🇪🇸🇵🇷🇨🇴
These are the best of the best.
- Alejandro Sanz, Spanish pop star
- Alex Sensation, Colombian DJ
- Ana Gabriel, Mexican pop singer
- Bad Bunny, Puerto Rican reggaeton and Latin trap star
- BNP Paribas Showdown, tennis exhibition
- Daddy Yankee, Puerto Rican reggaeton star
- El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, salsa legends
- Enrique Iglesias, Spanish pop star
- Farruko, Puerto Rican reggaeton and Latin trap star
- Gilberto Santa Rosa, Puerto Rican salsa star
- Gloria Trevi, Mexican pop rock star
- Grammy Awards
- Ismael Miranda, New York Puerto Rican salsa legend
- J Balvin, Colombian pop reggaeton star
- Jennifer Lopez, New York Puerto Rican pop star
- Juanes, Colombian pop rock star
- Juan Martín del Potro, Argentine tennis star
- Julion Alvarez y su Norteño Banda, Mexican norteño star
- Lady Gaga, Italian American pop star
- La India, New York Puerto Rican salsa legend
- Louie Vega, New York Puerto Rican house DJ legend
- Maluma, Colombian pop reggaeton trap star
- Marc Anthony, New York Puerto Rican salsa star
- Marco Antonio Solis, Mexican norteño and tejano legend
- Mariah Carey, New York Venezuelan pop legend
- Mega Mezcla, reggaeton concert
- Miel San Marcos, Guatemalan Christian rockers
- MTV VMAs
- Nicky Jam, Puerto Rican reggaeton and trap star
- Ozuna, Puerto Rican reggaeton and trap star
- PBR Professional Bull Riders
- Ricardo Arjona, Guatemalan pop
- Romeo Santos, New York Dominican, bachata star
- Shakira, Colombian pop star
- Tito Rojas, Puerto Rican salsa legend
- Westminster Dog Show
- Willie Colón, New York Puerto Rican salsa legend
- Wisin y Yandel, Puerto Rican reggaeton legends