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|Tickets for Elton John||Dec 4, 2013
|Tickets for New York Knicks vs. Orlando Magic||Dec 6, 2013
|Tickets for St. Johns Red Storm vs. Fordham Rams||Dec 7, 2013
|Tickets for New York Rangers vs. New Jersey Devils||Dec 7, 2013
|Tickets for New York Knicks vs. Boston Celtics||Dec 8, 2013
|Tickets for New York Rangers vs. Washington Capitals||Dec 8, 2013
|Tickets for Rod Stewart & Steve Winwood||Dec 9, 2013
|Tickets for New York Rangers vs. Nashville Predators||Dec 10, 2013
|Tickets for New York Knicks vs. Chicago Bulls||Dec 11, 2013
|Tickets for New York Rangers vs. Columbus Blue Jackets||Dec 12, 2013
|Tickets for Z100's Jingle Ball 2013: Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke, Pitbull & Enrique Iglesias||Dec 13, 2013
|Tickets for New York Knicks vs. Atlanta Hawks||Dec 14, 2013
|Tickets for St. Johns Red Storm vs. Syracuse Orange||Dec 15, 2013
|Tickets for New York Rangers vs. Calgary Flames||Dec 15, 2013
|Tickets for New York Knicks vs. Washington Wizards||Dec 16, 2013
|Tickets for Jimmy V Classic||Dec 17, 2013
|Tickets for New York Rangers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins||Dec 18, 2013
|Tickets for Duke Blue Devils vs. UCLA Bruins||Dec 19, 2013
|Tickets for New York Rangers vs. New York Islanders||Dec 20, 2013
|Tickets for New York Knicks vs. Memphis Grizzlies||Dec 21, 2013
|Tickets for Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Ohio State Buckeyes||Dec 21, 2013
|Tickets for Maggie Dixon Classic: St. Johns vs. Texas A&M & UConn vs. Cal (WOMEN)||Dec 22, 2013
|Tickets for New York Rangers vs. Minnesota Wild||Dec 22, 2013
|Tickets for New York Rangers vs. Toronto Maple Leafs||Dec 23, 2013
|Tickets for New York Knicks vs. Oklahoma City Thunder||Dec 25, 2013
Toby Mac is bringing his Hits Deep Tour to the Theatre at Madison Square Garden. With multiple Grammys and dozens of other awards, this Christian hip-hop artist is one of the most popular faith-based artists in the country. He will be joined by Brand Heath, Madisa, Jamie Grace, Colton Dixon, Chris August and Capital Kings, each bringing their distinctive style of Christian music to the Big Apple, rocking the house and bringing the Good News. Toby Mac has been thrilling audiences with his rap since 1987, first with DC Talk and later as a hugely successful solo artist. Cheap tickets for this all ages show are available now and this is a hip-hop show not to be missed.
One of America’s favorite films, A Christmas Story, has been breaking box office records and making audiences laugh since it went on stage a musical. This year, NYC gets to see A Christmas Story at the Theatre at Madison Square Garden. Watch fight to get his Red Ryder Air Rifle and laugh through the mishaps of the Parker family as one thing after another creates memories for them and for us. This isn’t just for children; the entire family can laugh until their sides hurt at the craziness that comes from a family that tries so hard to celebrate Christmas in a traditional way, but is thwarted by fate and their own idiosyncrasies, the same ones that we recognize as our own.
Ben Haggerty, known as Macklemore will take the stage with Ryan Lewis at Madison Square Garden on November 13 and 14. In support of their album, The Heist, this rapper and his band having touring North America, bringing their distinctive sound and energy. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ distinctive style has grown up in the Pacific Northwest and is providing an articulate commentary on current social issue. Riddled with lucid self-observation and candid lyrics, tickets for Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are available. Particularly, on acheapseat.com, the tickets are inexpensive and the show is guaranteed to be extraordinary.
Bring the kids to the latest Nick Jr. live show, The Fresh Beat Band. Arriving at the Theater at Madison Square Garden for two shows each day, November 29 & 30. With an infectious enthusiasm and great, kid-friendly lyrics, The Fresh Beat Band Live is guaranteed to make the kids jump around and sing at the top of their lungs. The Fresh Beat Band is made up of Kiki, Twist, Shout and Marina. With music that is danceable, sing-able and filled with the joy that is being a child, The Fresh Beat Band shows at the Garden will be one of the memories that children will cherish for years to come.
It only happens in one place: the NCAA East Regional Men’s Basketball Tournament is coming to Madison Square Garden in March 2014. It seems like a long way off, but tickets are already on sale and they’re going fast. The Regional last year was played in Washington, DC, but this year it returns to the Big Apple. Last year’s winner, Syracuse, unfortunately, went on to lose in the National Semifinals. This year, the East Regional champ will go on to win and tickets are available now to see next year’s champ in action.
Great basketball – Great cause! Some of the best teams in college basketball will be meeting on November 21 and 22 to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. Indiana, UConn, BC and Washington will do battle on the floorboards to benefit those that have done battle for our freedom and have returned home disabled or in pain. The Wounded Warrior Project provides financial and emotional support for veterans returning home that need it. WWP not only supports the veterans, but also their families. So grab your tickets today and see some great b-ball for a great cause!
Rod Stewart and Steve Winwood will be sharing the stage for one night only on December 9, 2013. These two legends of rock and roll have taken different paths and performed different genres of music for decades. Stewart, who started his career with The Jeff Beck Group in the late 1960’s, has been making it big again applying his distinctive voice to American standards. Winwood is most famous for his membership in bands like The Spencer Davis Group, Traffic and Blind Faith. With these two Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members, this is bound to be a concert to remember.
The Eagles, rock and roll’s iconic California band, will be coming to Madison Square Garden on November 8 & 9, 2013. The tour, which kicks off in Louisville, KY, in July is to celebrate the release of their new album, The History of the Eagles. One of the most celebrated American rock bands of all time, the Eagles have been thrilling audiences since 1971, even through some very celebrated conflicts and arguments. Their albums, Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975) and Hotel California are both in the list of the 20 best-selling albums of all time. These two nights at the Garden are the only dates announced for the New York area so far.
Madison Square Garden is one of the world's iconic venues. From Marilyn Monroe's legendary “Happy Birthday, Mr. President” sung to JFK to the filming of Led Zeppelin's movie, “The Song Remains the Same,” the Garden has been the center of US entertainment for generations.
Located directly above the equally legendary, Pennsylvania Station, “Penn Station,” it is one of the easiest venues to get to since you can take a train from anywhere in the country to New York City and just walk upstairs.
Known to locals as simply “The Garden,” the Madison Square Garden schedule is still full of great performers and events.
Upcoming Madison Square Garden concerts include Lady Gaga, Maroon 5 and Fleetwood Mac. These great bands will get dressed in the same dressing rooms as such giants as Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson and the Beatles. There are concerts specifically for Hispanic patrons, like El Concierto para los Enamorados on February 15.
Madison Square Garden events are actual “Events,” with a capital E. Boxing, wrestling, and Big East, NHL and NBA titles are all still being decided on the floor of the Garden. Coming up this year are events like the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show and the Big East Championship.
One look at the Madison Square Garden seating chart and you will get an idea why this is still a fan favorite venue. Opened in 1968, this is actually the fourth venue to bear the name 'Madison Square Garden' and the first one built on top of Penn Station. There are no bad seats in the Garden. Even the inexpensive seats can give you a great view of the New York Rangers or Ringling Brothers Circus.
And Madison Square Garden tickets are available at great prices, especially for a venue that is located in the heart of one of the world's greatest cities. There are events that you can get tickets for that cost less than dinner for two at McDonalds in the City.
Going to an event at the Garden is as much about what is going on on the floor as it is being able to say, “I saw so and so at Madison Square Garden.”
As of September 2005, Madison Square Garden's current owner, Cablevision, has plans to build a fifth Garden. For hockey, Madison Square Garden seats 18,200; for basketball, 19,763; and for concerts 20,000 center stage, 19,522 end-stage. Madison Square Garden, often abbreviated as MSG, known colloquially simply as The Garden, has been the name of four arenas in New York City, United States. Madison Square Garden features 20,976 square feet (1949 m²) of arena floor space. Madison Square Garden is also known for its place in the history of boxing. Many of boxing's biggest fights were held at Madison Square Garden, including many of Joe Louis, the Roberto Duran-Ken Buchanan affair, and the first and second Joe Frazier-Muhammad Ali bouts. Subsequently a new 20,000-seat Garden was built at 50th Street and 8th Avenue, and the current Madison Square Garden is at 7th Avenue between 31st and 33rd Streets, situated on top of Pennsylvania Station. The arena lends its name to the Madison Square Garden Network, a cable television network that broadcasts most sporting events that are held in the Garden. The first two were located at Madison Square, thus the name. The present Madison Square Garden hosts 320 events a year but it is best known as the home of the New York Knicks of the NBA and New York Rangers of the NHL. There have been four incarnations of Madison Square Garden.
Calzaghe, De La Hoya, Trinidad among new Hall of Famers
Felix "Tito" Trinidad Jr. celebrates after knocking out Ricardo Mayorga in the 8th round for the WBA North American and North American Boxing Council middleweight titles at Madison Square Garden on October 2, 2004 in New York City.Felix "Tito" Trinidad Jr.
NBC 10 Philadelphia
Art Commission OKs Joe Frazier Statue Design
NBC 10 Philadelphia
The sculpture will depict Frazier landing a left hook that knocked down Muhammad Ali during their 1971 title fight at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Plans for the statue to honor Frazier, who died Nov. 7, 2011, were delayed when the original ...
Billy Joel To Play Madison Square Garden Forever
James L. Dolan, executive chairman of the Madison Square Garden Company, said “Since his first show in 1978, Billy has performed 46 shows at Madison Square Garden, including an unprecedented 12 consecutive sold-out shows that have earned Billy a ...
Billy Joel to hold residency at New York's Madison Square Garden
Digital Spy UK
I'm honoured to be joining the Madison Square Garden family and look forward to taking the stage of the newly transformed Garden to create many more memorable nights." This will be the first music franchise of its kind for Madison Square Garden, which ...
New York Daily News
Billy Joel to play open-ended run at Madison Square Garden
New York Daily News
Exactly how much Billy Joel does New York want? We'll soon find out since Joel and the Garden announced Tuesday that, starting in January, The Piano Man will begin playing one show a month, for “as long as the audience demands,” the star said.
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