Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden is indoor sports & music arena in New York City.

The original Madison Square Garden (1874) was a converted railroad station at Madison Square;
in 1891 a sports arena was built on the site, designed by Stanford White and dedicated chiefly to boxing.

In 1925 a new Madison Square Garden was built at Eighth Avenue and 50th Street, with an arena suitable for basketball, hockey, and other sports; it was the… Madison Square Garden.

With around 20,000 seats, Madison Square Garden now is the premier music and sporting venue in New York City.

MSG located at Seventh Avenue, between 31st & 33rd Street in
New York City.

Home to the Knicks and Liberty Basketball teams and the Rangers Hockey team, Manhattan's widely known 20,000 seat indoor arena also hosts many college basketball games, track meets and tennis tournaments. The Garden is also home to a 5,600 seat theater, formerly called the Paramount, where events include musical concerts, family shows, boxing, conventions and trade shows. Box Office open year-round, Monday through Saturday from 12noon to 6:00pm, closed on Sundays and holidays. Days when an evening event is scheduled, the hours are noon to one hour after the event. Days when a matinee event is scheduled, the hours are 10 am to 6 pm. Days when a morning event is scheduled, the hours are 9am to 6pm.
The box office accepts cash, American Express, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and Diner's Club.



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