Madison Square Garden

"Directly in line with the stage"

Seat Review From Section 213, Row 22, Seat 1
Jun 2016

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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 the arena.

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    Front Row Was Not My Favorite

    Jun 2016

    Section 213, Row 1, Seat 7

    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. Had I been a few rows up (maybe Row 3 through 6), the glass might not have been an issue and I would have enjoyed the concert more.

    Surprisingly Empty

    Jun 2016

    Section 213, Row 10, Seat 11

    Couldn't believe there weren't more people sitting on this section. Can't see the screen or the front of the performance, but neither can the full section next to this one. Clear view of the side of the stage without any obstructions.

    • "Not too bad"

      (Section 222) - -

      Row 1 has the monitor, which is rather pointless during a concert. So I'd try to go for row 2 or higher here because the glass gets in the way when seated. Otherwise, good spot to be really close without paying lower level prices.

    • "Marc Anthony - Feb 13, 2020"

      (Section 212) -
    • "Nothing spectacular"

      (Section 211) - -

      Don't get me wrong, the view is clear and the sound is loud. But being behind the bridge makes you feel kinda separated. Would prefer a lower row.

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