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.
TicketNews has released its exclusive venues rankings for the week ending Sunday, September 21, and Madison Square Garden (MSG) displayed staying power as TicketNews’s Top Venue for the second week in a row. MSG can thank strong ticket sales for artists such as AC/DC, Madonna, Tina Turner and Neil... Read more
TicketNews has released its exclusive venues rankings for the week ending Sunday, September 14, and Madison Square Garden (MSG) arrives in the number one slot this week. Boosted by sales for top performers like Tina Turner, AC/DC and Madonna, MSG is at the head of the class with a... Read more
By Bob Grossweiner and Jane Cohen The federal government has settled a civil lawsuit under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 against the owners and operators of Madison Square Garden in New York. The lawsuit was filed by the government and simultaneously settled through a Consent Decree,... Read more