New York Knicks & New York Rangers Seating Chart | Madison Square Garden

Welcome to TickPick’s Madison Square Garden Seating Chart. Here we will cover everything you need to know before purchasing New York Knicks and New York Rangers tickets, including seat views, best seats, bench locations, and where you can find the same Knicks and Rangers seats at prices 10% lower than our leading competitor.

We’ve got the most detailed MSG Seating Chart with seat views, row numbers, seat numbers, and other helpful tips.

  • The Knicks seating chart above provides row & seat numbers for the 100 sections. Note seat numbers are the same whether you’re going to a concert, or a Rangers game (Click here to zoom in).
  • When looking at the Madison Square Garden Seating Chart above, please note the 200s are no longer next to the 100s due to recent renovations. See the new MSG seating chart below.

New York Rangers Seating Map

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  • The Rangers shoot twice on the side with section numbers 110 to 114.
  • The Rangers bench is in front of section 106-107, while the visitors’ bench is in front of 107-108.
  • If you are looking for tickets in the 100s it’s not worth paying a premium for rows 3 to 10 instead, save a few bucks and sit higher to avoid the glass and net from blocking your sightlines.

New York Rangers Seating Chart with Row Numbers

Hover over any section to see row numbers as well as a seat views from that section

 

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MSG Seating Chart Maps, Tips, & More

100s Sections: Seat #1 is always closer to the lower section number, for example, seat #1 in Section 107 is on the aisle next to section 106.

Note: the detailed seating chart (above) shows the 100s and 200s meshed together, this was only the case in 2011 and 2012. Most of the dark red area is gone and replaced by suites as of 2013.

100s Seat numbers: Most rows have between 18 and 20 seats, however, each row may be different (check the map for exact details).

Detailed MSG Seating Layout

Note: Section 105 to 109 and 115 to 119 only have 22 rows, while the rest of the 100s have 25 rows. In section 106, rows 6 to 20 have 20 seats per row. The rest of the rows have between 16 and 19 seats, except row 22, which has 22 seats (and seat #22 is next to seat #1 of section 107).

200s Sections: Like the 100s, seat #1 is always closer to the lower section number, for example, seat #1 in Section 224 is on the aisle next to section 223.

Note: The first row of every section in the 200s has a TV (which is an added benefit for people all the way into the 5th row).

200s Seat numbers: Most rows have between 18 and 22 seats, however, each row is different and ranges from 10 to 24 seats.

Madison Square Garden Detailed Seating Chart with Seat Numbers

For example, there are 6 rows in section 206 and 16 seats in almost every row. Meanwhile, section 205 only has 4 rows and 10 seats per row. Section 204, has two rows; row 1 which is handicap/wheelchair accessible has 40 seats (it is up to the individual if they are comfortable buying ADA seats or not).
Note: In sections 210 to 212 and 223 to 225 almost every row has 22 seats in it.

400s Seat numbers: The seat numbers in the 400s are the opposite of the 100s & 200s, therefore the lower seat numbers are closer to the higher section numbers (seat #1 in section 415 is next to section 416).

MSG Bar Stool Seats: B stands for Barstool seats and they are what you would expect (a barstool), but they do have a small back to support you a little. Almost all bar stool seats are the last row of the section. The perks of these seats are the ability to stand (with plenty of room and no one behind you), as well as a permanent counter to eat food and keep your drinks on.

West Balcony: See pictures and my personal opinion below (I love these seats!)

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New York Knicks Virtual Seating Chart

MSG Interactive Knicks Seating chart (hover over sections for row numbers)

  • Knicks Bench: In front of section 6, while the visitors are in front of section 4.
  • Knicks Club Seats: Platinum, gold, and silver seats all have the same benefits (separate entrance & in-seat service). The only difference is the view.
  • Club Seats: Section 116-118, 106-108 and the first 12 rows of 105, 109, 115 & 119.
  • The Madison Club: Suite 59-66 includes VIP amenities such as food & lounge access.
  • Delta Sky360 Club: The most expensive tickets, gives fans access to the premier, all-inclusive dining and behind-the-scenes views of the MSG broadcast & player entries.
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MSG Concert Seating Chart

 

Thanks to the recent renovation at MSG the seat numbers for the floor sections (for a concert) follow the same logic as the 100s and 200s.

Therefore, in sections A-F and 1-3, seat number 1 will always be closer to the lower section number. For example, seat #1 in section Floor B will be on the aisle closer to section A. Depending on the concert there will be 14-18 seats per floor section, so on average seat #16 in section B will be on the aisle next to section C.

So seat #1 in Floor A is the farthest from the center of the stage, thus the higher the seat number the better the seat. However, when looking at tickets in section Floor C the lower the seat number the closer you are to the center of the stage. Because most people don’t know this, the best MSG concert seats (at the best prices) are the side floor sections that are closer to section B.

 

Madison Square Garden Concert Seating Chart

I don’t recommend sitting in sections D, E, or F on the floor (except the first couple rows). The floor has no elevation, so your view is often blocked by people’s heads. You’d be much better off with seats in the 100s. The best sections are 108 and 116. For concerts, TickPick uses algorithms to help you figure out what’s the best seat for the best price.

I would say the 20th row in section 108 is equivalent to the 15th row in section 107, which would be equivalent to the 10th row in section 106. So a simple rule of thumb is that the difference in view, from one section to the next, is the same difference one would encounter by moving up or down 5 rows.

Note: the further you get from the stage the less important this is. For example, in the 200s, I would say it’s 3 rows per section.

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P.S. The West Balcony seats are my favorite seats for Knicks games. Even if you’re not sitting there it’s a great place to meet. It has lots of space and the concessions are inside the main arena so you can grab a hot dog & beer while still watching the game.

Detailed MSG Seating Chart with Seat Numbers

MSG Detailed Seating Chart

Handicapped & ADA Seating at Madison Square Garden

For those who are confined to a wheelchair and/or those looking to attend a game at Madison Square Garden with somebody who is, there is some important information that you’ll want to know. If you’re seeking ADA or handicapped seating, you’ll find that there are accessible rows at the top of most sections within the venue and spread throughout. If necessary, folding chairs will be provided to guests, such as ones looking to sit with a fan confined to a wheelchair. One trick you can use to filter tickets that are handicapped or ADA accessible is by using our “Additional filters +” button on the event page that allow you to select “ADA (wheelchair accessible),” which shows all seats that the seller has marked as handicapped seating.

How to Get Sold Out MSG tickets

If you weren’t able to secure tickets through any presales or general sales for an event at Madison Square Garden, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Tickets can still be purchased from secondary marketplaces, although the prices will not be at face value. With a renowned venue located in the nation’s big market, market prices are anticipated to be on the higher side, but that doesn’t mean that good deals can’t be had – if you know where to look.

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Event Schedule at Madison Square Garden

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Chris Brown & Lil Baby
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WWE: Raw
Swedish House Mafia
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Twenty One Pilots
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Florence and The Machine
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Eric Clapton
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New Order & Pet Shop Boys
The Killers
The Killers
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Wisin Y Yandel
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Smashing Pumpkins & Jane's Addiction
Brandi Carlile
Stromae
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Jimmy V Classic
Andrea Bocelli
Carrie Underwood & Jimmie Allen
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108 thoughts on “New York Knicks & New York Rangers Seating Chart | Madison Square Garden”

  1. Hey Nick,

    My girlfriend and I are visiting from Australia and have tickets to the drake and future show on the 4th August. We are on the chase bridge section 326 Seat 35 and 36 – are these decent enough seats to enjoy the show or should we take a loss and try get some closer? Not a massive concern to us if we can’t see it all well but sound is a big priority. Any help would be much appreciated. Cheers

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    • You shoudln’t have any problems pertaining to sound from those seats, but tough to say when it comes to how well you will be able to see

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      • It was my understanding that the chase bridge hangs out over the top of other seats, is that the case? Is it more the angle that would be the issue from side on looking down on the stage? I think we’re just going to hold onto them and cross our fingers that they are good enough. Can’t get a definitive answer from the reviews or forums, thanks for your help though

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          • As a rule thumb, if you are sitting further back than row 10 anywhere in the 200’s at a concert in the renovated Garden the sound quality is going to be noticably compromised. The acoustics at MSG are still above average, but the renovations, especially the addition of the Chase Bridges, has stripped The Garden of having the best acoustics of any large arena in North America. Fans attending concerts at MSG should determine if sight or sound quality is their main priority before purchasing tickets.

  2. Hi Brett, I am looking at Chase Bridge seats (section 326 row 1 seats 1,2) and The Lounges 302 (row 1, seats 5,6) for the Radiohead concert. Which would you recommend? .. Also, why do some of these tickets in Chase Bridge and The Lounges have assigned seats and others have general admission? Thanks in advance!!!

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    • Hi, You would be more centered towards the stage in the lounges at section 302, as the chase bridge is off to the side of the stage. Some seating in those areas is general admission, so you wouldn’t have a seat and be standing

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      • Hi Nick! Thanks for your prompt response! We are about to purchase Radiohead tickets through your website. However, the particular tickets we are looking at says that tickets will not be ready to ship until 7/25/2016. I am concerned that we will not receive this tickets in time before we fly to NYC. We depart from St. Louis on 7/26. Should we still have this tickets shipped to our home in Springfield, IL? Or do you have other suggestions? Please advise. Thanks!

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        • No problem! We can always have tickets rerouted and sent to wherever you are staying for the show (hotel/friends/family/ect) if the tickets are not going to arrive before you leave. I would recommend having the tickets sent to your home for now, and check in with us a week or so before the concert is the tickets have not shipped yet and we can update your shipping info if need be!

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  3. seeing Billy Joel tomorrow night at MSG. Seats are row 1 section 320 (behind the stage) I am going to be able to see anything? Are the screens visible from these seats? How high up are they? Maps make it look like 300 level is higher than 400 level…is this true?

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  4. I recently bought Drake tickets for Chase Bridge Section 312 BS3, could you tell me how those seats are. Will I still be able to see the concert?

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  5. Looking to take my Mom to see Adele for her 70th. Is section 2 at msg elevated? What are the best seats for this concert?

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  6. Hi, love your site, there’s nothing else like it out there. For Peal Jam at MSG, we have first row behind GA (Sec F, Row 1). Do you know if there is generally a gap between GA and Reserved Floor Seating? My wife is pretty short, hoping she’ll be able to see the stage. Thanks!

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  7. Hi Brett / Jack,

    For the Pearl Jam MSG concert, how would you rank:
    – Sec 223, Row 7 ($310)
    – Sec 224, Row 3/5 ($310/335)
    – Sec 210, Row 2 ($275)
    – Sec 211, Row 5 ($320)

    Not necessarily looking for the best value for money, would rather go with the best seat.

    Thanks in advance for your help!
    Adi

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  8. Do you have any advice for seating at a 21 pilots concert? Its my first time going to an event like this, so I would like the best advice possible. Do you have a seating chart?

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  9. Hi Brett, looking for Best tickets for pearl jam because the floor will be General admission & no seats? Thinking about 108? Your thoughts?

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  10. Can someone tell if section 206 is halfway decent? Is it a bleeder spot and are sections steep. I ended up there for Black Sabbath and i’m not so keen on heights depending. A few years ago I went to see Green Day at the Barclays Center and section 214 was terrible plus their sections are very steep. Is 206 at MSG as high up?

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  11. Hi i wanted to buy my boyfriend knicks tickets for christmas i am torn between Baseline Rises 3 Row 17 seat 5-6 or 100 level corner section 115 row 12 seat 2-4. Is being close to the action worth giving up a full court view? Have help would be great!

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  12. Hi going to see billy Joel was wondering which section is better 115 row 15 or 7 or or section 112 a low row or section 109 row 15? Please help me to decide I was just told there r seats in section 118 and 106 What rows would be good in those sections? Out of all the above where would you sit for best view?

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  13. I am very new to this so I need someone with experience to let me know if I made the right choice. I purchased tickets in a hurry being afraid they would sell out for Justin Bieber. I needed 3 so picked 107, row 16, seats 11, 12 and 13. Was this a good choice. I should mention she is 10. Thanks for any advice.

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  14. Hello, planning on attending the Black Sabbath concert. I have been reading the recommendations for most concerts. Does the sections 116-118 or 106-108 and 223-225 or 210-212 have good views for this concert? I saw you mention these for another concert.
    Thanks in advance!

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  15. Anyway you can focus on thedetailed seating chart? I have section 6 row 7, but i have no clue what type of seating it is. It is for a concert but ticketmaster is stating it is wwe wrestling seating.

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  16. Hi I want to purchase jingle ball tix for Dec 11 but only seats available is behind stage row 400..is it worth the 125 per ticket?
    My kids are dying to go… thanks.?

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    • Hi Angela – The seats back there will allow you to listen to the concert, but you will be watching it on the TV screens they have set up back there. You won’t have any view of the stage, but if your kids are dying to go it may be worth it.

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  17. I am worried I jumped to buy tickets too soon, I’m worried they are not as good as I had believed them to be… any idea just how good section 201 is from row 4 for rangers?? comments much appreciated!!!

    – Kate

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  18. hi Brett. I just bought tickets for the jingle ball in December. my seat is a barstool seat in sec 112. are these decent seats? and will I be able to see the stage? also I wasn’t given a specific seat number does that mean the earlier I go that I can pick me seat number?

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  19. Hi Brett – or anyone who can help really,

    Looking to go to a concert and am interested in seats towards the back of sections 2 and 3. However I am concerned about the elevation, especially since I’ve heard that a lot of people sitting on the Floor will end up standing.

    Should I go for the back of sections 2/3 or should I head to the 100s section with a bit more elevation?

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  20. Hi Brett, I’m taking my mom to see Andrea Brocelli in December. Her eye site isn’t the best so what would be a good section for us?

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  21. Hello in sections 109 and 115 which seat numbers are closest to section 108 and 116.
    I can’t get tickets for section 108 and 116 so I am try to get as close as possible.

    Thanks!

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  22. Concerning Billy Joel concert. How are seats in sec 111 and 112 considering that his piano apparently rotates eventhough are “behind” the band??

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    • Rene – I would recommend the first level of Floor seating, or the 100 levels between Sections 106-108 and 116-118. Floor seating will include a chair, but it’s possible that you’ll be forced to stand the entire concert if the people in front of you are not sitting down.

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  23. Hello Brett…. I have just purchased & confirmed 2 tix for Dead & Company on 11/1/2015 for my husbands 50th birthday, aging Deadhead! Our tix are section 109 row 16 and no seat numbers yet but I know we are on an aisle…. good, bad, or best seats in the house??!!

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  24. Good Morning,
    I have 4 tickets to the Daddy Yankee concert on September 19 at MSG. I am trying to figure out which pair to keep and which pair to sell. I have section 108, Row 11, Seats 12 and 11. The other pair of tickets I have is Section 107, Row 6, Seats 16 and 15. I would rather keep the better pair of seats (because my girl really wants to go see this concert) and sell the tickets that are slightly less good. Any opinions or suggestions (or facts) will be highly appreciated.

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  25. Hi there Brett! I see you’ve helped so many people here before I figured I’d give you a shout.
    I just purchased floor seats in section B, row 11, seats 15 & 16 for the Weeknd’s Madness tour & was wondering if those were actual seats? I always get confused in situations like this as to whether it’s a general standing area or actual assigned seats that I won’t have to worry about. Any help is greatly appreciated!

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  26. Hi, right now I have tickets on section 108 row 10 seats 5-6
    I was searching and found tickets on section C row 11 seats 1-2.
    Should I sell my tickets and get the ones on the floor or there is not really a huge difference?
    I want to enjoy the show and still be close for ricardo arjona.
    Thanks

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  27. For the Dead and Company show on 10/31/15 different resellers are showing the GA tickets as “GA West” or “GA1” or even “GA East”. The official seating chart for that night only shows “West GA”. Is this one GA section with no barriers except from the seats behind it or is there a separation in the GA area somewhere? I have a GA West ticket and I want to find another one for my wife but I want to make sure we are not separated within the GA area for this show.

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  28. I am attending the J Cole concert next Tueaday. My friend is late purchasing their ticket but if its purchased in the same section as me will we be able to move around to meet each other by our seats? Or do we have to stay at our seat the whole time?

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    • Eb – it all depends on how friendly the fans are that are around you – in some cases you can move a bit but you run the risk of the usher kicking you out of the seat.

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  29. Hello – I have tickets in row 19 section 223 for tonight’s U2 concert…..will my view of anything cool be blocked by the bridges? Thanks!

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    • BigRangerFan – Those will be fantastic seats. No obstructions and a great view of the huge video board facing your direction.

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  30. Hello, I want to buy tickets to the Daddy Yankee concert on September 19. I’ve never been to any concert anywhere ever, but Iwould really like to go to this event. Can you please recommend 2 good seats for me? I don’t mind spending more, but based on what I read I don’t have to spend the highest price to get good seats. Any help would be extremely appreciated. Thanks.

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    • D Franco – I would recommend seats in Sections 223-225 or 210-212, or if you are looking for nicer seats then Sections 116-118 or 106-108. These sections are a little off to the side, but they are much closer to the stage and are usually a great bang for your buck. Hope this helps!

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      • I appreciate the prompt reply. I know that not every performer will have the same set-up, and the Daddy Yankee tickets are not on sale yet, so its difficult to tell exactly what may be the best seats. When you say that sections 116-118 and 106-108 are off to the side, does that mean that the view will be obstructed?

        Also, if I can get floor seats, should I spring for those, or will I be stuck having to stretch my neck and look up the whole show?

        I don’t have any other concert plans this year, so I want to make this one special since its a birthday present for my girl.

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        • If you can spring for one of the front Floor sections, those will be great seats as well. Sections 116-118 and 106-108 are not obstructed, they’re more of a 45-degree angle to the stage, and nice and close.

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      • Another quick question if you don’t mind: Would you recommend buying the seats directly from MSG’s website, or from somewhere else? Do you guys sell tickets here?

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        • You should check out the MSG website to see if tickets are still available, but I would always recommend comparing prices to our prices on TickPick. If the concert is sold out, TickPick will always have tickets available for resale. If the concert is not sold out, it’s possible that tickets are selling on TickPick below face value.

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          • I will def. do that for my future ticket purchases. I ended up buying some tickets and I’m trying to figure out what seats are better for my girl and I. For the Daddy Yankee concert at MSG, I have Sec. 107, Row 6, Seats 15 and 16. I also have Sec. 108, Row 11, Seats 12 and 11. Which seats are better, and which should we actually see the concert from?

  31. Brett, Thanks for all the great info. I’ve got tix in Sec. 114, Row 19 for the U2 concert. The tickets are marked Side/Rear Stage. Any idea how the view is from 114? Debating whether I need to try to upgrade.

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    • Mac – We have heard from some customers who have attended these U2 concerts that when the band sets up on that side of the stage, your view will be significantly obstructed. The band does move their set up through the concert, so it wouldn’t be obstructed the entire time, but still something to keep in mind. Also, the giant video boards face either side of the venue, so you’re a lot better off in Section 115 than you are in Section 114.

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  32. Hi! I’m new here – we have a shot at Billy Joel from Section 112, 107, 108 or 116. We’re flexible with price – which of these seats would have the best all around view of Billy Joel and the performance overall? Which tickets would be your favourites and why?

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    • DKL – Sections 116 and 108 would be the best, in my opinion. They are very close to the stage, and not a side or rear view, so you’ll have a great vantage point to watch the concert.

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      • Thanks! Could you please confirm – do you get a better view from the lower seat numbers in these sections, or the higher seat number? In 108, would you take 14, 15, 16 and 17 or 18, 19, 20, 21?

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        • In Section 108, I’d take the lower seat numbers (a little less side angle). In section 116, I’d take the higher seat numbers (a little less side angle).

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          • Thanks! Looks like in 108 the best I can do is 15-18, or in 116 we can do 18 (there’s also section 17 – rows 15 or 16 etc.). Of the three options, which will afford the most awesome view?

          • Just noticed – I have no control over seat numbers in sections 116 and 117 unfortunately so I can’t comment on those.

          • Thanks Joe! So between the following, which would you say has the greatest view of the the BJ at MSG concert: 1) 116 rows 15, 16 or 22 (seat numbers unavailable), 2) 108 rows 15 to 18, or 3) 107 or 117 in rows 16, 18, or 22? Thank you again!

          • Thanks Joe – I’m sorry I made an error – the choices are:

            – Section 108 – row 9 (seats are 15-18)
            – Section 116 – row 13, 18, or 21 (seat numbers are unknown)

            In this case, which of these choices would give the best views?

            I’ve eliminated 117 as it sounds like you prefer to be closer to the stage in sections 108 and 116 for a better view – please confirm whether I’ve gotten this right or not. Thanks!

            I appreciate the replies and apologize for copying the seat numbers down incorrectly. I should also ask if you would be comfortable picking section 116 over section 108 if the seats in 116 are not indicated?

          • Also Section 116, row 13 is very pricey ($400 more for four tickets than Section 108, row 9) – is there much difference between these?

          • At this point I think you’re overthinking it. They are all extremely similar options, I’d choose the cheapest. Please e-mail us or call us if you have any other questions. My wife is going to become jealous if we keep up this conversation in public.

          • Still – I posted the wrong seats when you replied last time. Now that the right seats are posted, which would you chose (then I won’t post again : ) – 108 row 9 (15 to 18 are the seat numbers) or 116 row 13 (expensive) or row 18 (seat numbers are not available for section 116). Thanks!

          • Thanks Joe – I’m sorry I made an error – the choices are:

            – Section 108 – row 9 (seats are 15-18)

            – Section 116 – row 13, 18, or 21 (seat numbers are unknown)

            In this case, which of these choices would give the best views?

            I’ve eliminated 117 as it sounds like you prefer to be closer to the stage in sections 108 and 116 for a better view – please confirm whether I’ve gotten this right or not. Thanks!

            I appreciate the replies and apologize for copying the seat numbers down incorrectly. I should also ask if you would be comfortable picking section 116 over section 108 if the seats in 116 are not indicated?

      • Should also ask – what is the 1st row in 108 and 116? How will the view be from rows 6 up to row 14? Are there any rows or seat numbers we should avoid in these sections? Thanks!

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  33. Really love all the great info you provide! Keep it coming!
    My wife & I have seats in Section 110 for U2 on July 19 at MSG. Not sure if we have good seats near the main stage or stage B. What do you think?

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  34. Hello! I’ve got 4 seats to one of the upcoming U2 shows at MSG. We’ll be sitting up in section 419. Do you have any sense of how our view will be from there? I realize we are behind the stage but I’m hoping we have an OK view of the screen. Thanks in advance for letting me know!

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  35. Hi, looking to make my first ever trip to MSG for the Billy Joel Concert on June 20th. I was wondering, I’m looking at 2 different pairs of tickets for myself and my wife: Sec 113 Row 19, or Sec 218 Row 5.

    The 113 tix are about 35-40 bucks more expensive per ticket, but are near the back of the section. Would the tix in 113 be that much lower to be worth the extra 70-80 bucks versus simply getting the seats in 218?

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    • Hi Chris – Since these seats are behind the stage, I would say that it is worth sitting the lower level for the difference in price. Billy Joel’s stage rotates so the back of the stage seating still has a good view, but sitting in the 200 level behind the stage would be a significant drop off to sitting in the 100 level.

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    • Ep – The U2 stage is configured in the shape of a catwalk which is supposed to resemble an “I” (for innocence). From what we’ve heard, the band could be set up on either side of the catwalk during the concert. There hasn’t been any reliable information provided about this.

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  36. Hi Brett, We are going to the Bette Middler concert. Are the seats in Floor section 2 flat on the floor or is the section raised?

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  37. Hi Brett, We are going to the Bette Middler concert. Are the seats in Floor section 2 flat on the floor or is the section raised?

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