Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden 200 Level Side

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200 Level Side sections at Madison Square Garden are among the largest sections in the arena, as each section has up to 25 rows of seating and up to 20 seats in each row. So while not the most convenient option for getting in and out of the seats, you can find some decent tickets if working with a tighter budget.

For a traditional end stage layout, focus on the first 10 rows of sections 212 and 223. These seats will give you the best and closest view of the stage from the upper level. In fact, many fans prefer sitting in these seats over high-numbered rows in the 100 level. Lower numbered seats in section 212 give you a better viewing angle to the front of the stage, while the higher numbered seats will put you closer to the stage. Conversely, the higher numbered seats get the better viewing angle in section 223, while the lower numbered seats get you closer.

Barstool seating options can be found at the very top of sections 210, 212, 223 and 225, but while these offer a unique option good for socializing, the view begins to resemble tunnel vision from this high up due to the low roof and Chase Bridges. In general, it is best to search in the single digit rows of the 200 level side to avoid less desirable views while staying close to the entry tunnels (located at row 7).

Whenever possible, avoid the first few rows of seating in sections 224 and 225 for and end stage show as the camera well located at the front of section 224 can leave you looking at the stage through a glass partition.  - RateYourSeats.com

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Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

  • "Directly in line with the stage"

    (Section 213) - -

    This seat was all the way to the left in the section, so right next to 213. This was one of the last rows in the section, and they were pretty far up and far from the stage. But the view wasn't too bad. As budget seats for an expensive show, these are way better than sitting high up at the end of ...

  • "Front Row Was Not My Favorite"

    (Section 213) - -

    Although the seats feel close, they are well behind the front portion of the stage and it was hard to see the front of the performers. The glass railing definitely gets in your field of vision when trying to watch the performance, making it more difficult to get really involved into the show. ...

  • "Good"

    (Section 210) -
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