Madison Square Garden (MSG), located on Seventh Avenue between 31st and 33rd Streets in New York City, is often referred to as “The World’s Most Famous Arena.” Home of the New York Rangers, New York Knicks, world-class concerts and other major events, MSG is a true landmark not only for New Yorkers but throughout the world.

Owned by Cablevision Systems Corp., MSG is always among the top-selling venues in the U.S., according to TicketNews’s exclusive Venues Rankings, and in 2008 the facility underwent a $500 million renovation.

The building, which not only includes the main arena but also the smaller WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden, is under contract with Ticketmaster, but owners briefly flirted with the idea of switching its ticketing operations to Live Nation when the Ticketmaster contract expired. The owners decided against the move.

MSG Says Opposing Lawyers Still Banned, Despite Judge Ruling
Madison Square Garden Entertainment (MSG) is continuing to ban lawyers representing clients who are suing the organization from its events and venues, despite a judge saying they were breaking the law by doing so in a ruling issued this week. MSG, which manages the eponymous Madison Square Garden in... Read more
Judge Limits MSG’s Opposing Lawyer Ban; Appeal Planned
A New York judge ruled on Monday that Madison Square Garden Entertainment is limited in its ability ban lawyers representing clients who are suing the organization from attending events in its venues. Despite Monday’s ruling, MSG indicated its plans to continue to ban lawyers engaged in litigation against them... Read more
MSG Bans Plaintiff Lawyers in Ticket Lawsuit From Events, Venues
Madison Square Garden has reportedly banned a New York City law firm and its lawyers from attending events at any of its venues. Their crime? Representing clients who have filed a lawsuit against the venue or teams alleging they have violated New York law related to tickets and ticket... Read more
Billy Joel to headline British Summer Time Festival 2023
Hyde Park’s British Summer Time (BST) Festival will be headlined by Billy Joel in 2023, the year marking the event’s tenth anniversary. The “Piano Man” performs on July 7, and the show will be his only performance in Europe throughout the year. Tickets go on general sale on October... Read more
Phish Announces Return to Madison Square Garden for NYE Run
After both 2020 and 2021 plans at New York’s Madison Square Garden were wiped out by COVID-19, Phish has announced plans to once again head to the iconic venue for a four-show run to ring in 2023. The band will perform four shows in as many nights beginning on... Read more
Billy Joel Adds January MSG Concert – No. 87 in Long “Residency”
Harry Styles just wrapped his long residency at New York’s Madison Square Garden, which means the building is no longer “Harry’s House” as he moves on to the remaining stops on his multi-city residency run. Once again, it’s going to be Billy’s house – as Billy Joel announced his... Read more
Harry Styles Ticket Resale Prices Lower Than TM’s “Platinum”
For much of the next month, Madison Square Garden in New York City is “Harry’s House” – playing host to a lengthy stretch of shows from Harry Styles to the delight of his fans. And for those who didn’t grab tickets during the initial rush, ticket resale markets have... Read more
Harry Styles Adds Five Dates Each to New York/LA Harry’s House Shows
Harry Styles announced five additional shows each in New York and Los Angeles on his upcoming Love On Tour runs in the cities, citing “overwhelming demand” based on the consumer data collected from Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program registrations. Madison Square Garden and Kia Forum will now each see a... Read more
Harry Styles Plans “Harry’s House” Residency-Style Runs in Five Cities
Harry Styles fans in five cities will have ample chances to see the singer this fall, as the singer announced plans for 32 Love On Tour dates. The tour is structured more like a series of residencies, however, with ten shows each in Los Angeles and New York, five... Read more
Chris Rock, Kevin Hart Team Up for “Only Headliners Allowed” Shows
Chris Rock and Kevin Hart announced a limited run of arena shows, playing five buildings in July. The exclusive run – Rock Hart: Only Headliners Allowed – pairs the iconic comics for five straight nights, all in the New York area. Both performers had already announced plans to tour... Read more