Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden 200 Level End

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Sitting Here for a Concert

End seating in the 200 level is a great alternative to corner seats in the 200 level because of the intimacy and head-on view of the stage. Each of these sections have 6 or fewer rows of seating, and seats in Sections 203-205 labeled BS are bar-stool seats with a drink ledge.

For a concert at the famous Madison Square Garden, these are among the best seats to bring a date. And unlike lower level seats, they won\'t cost you an arm and a leg.  - RateYourSeats.com

Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

  • "Most legroom at Madison Square Garden!"

    (Section 206) - -

    This is the last row in the section. The balcony hangs over, but it's not in the way at all, even if you have to stand. This seat and the one next to it don't have any seats in front of them. Pretty awesome!

  • "Black and Blue "

    (Section 203) - -

    For a place that brags that they spent nearly $1 billion dollars on state of the art renovations, someone forgot to measure the legroom space in all their seats. The legroom space is 5 inches from the drop down chair to the seat in front of you in Section 203 Row 3 (see photo). The bigger joke is th...

  • "Good head-on view of the stage"

    (Section 205) - -

    The seats provide a comfortable view of the entire stage, free of obstructions. First row is great for not having anyone in front of you and still allows easy access up a few stairs to grab a beer or head to the restroom (aisle seats made it even easier). For seeing a lot of detail, the seats are...

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