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Clubs in NYC
BB King Blues Club, Bitter End, Nerveana, Acme Underground, Brownies, Bowery Ballroom, Cutting Room, The Living Room, CBGB, Nell's, Sidewalk, Lion's Den, Continental, Don Hill's, Le Bar Bat, Mercury Lounge, Luna Lounge, CB's 313 Gallery, The Knitting Factory, Comedy Cellar, Tonic, Desmond's, Fez, Rodeo Bar, Westbeth Theater Center Music Hall, & The Wetlands.
Major Concert Halls in NYC
Madison Square Garden, Apollo Theater, Irving Plaza, Hammerstein Ballroom at the Manhattan Center, Radio City Music Hall, Roseland, Webster Hall, The Theater at Madison Square Garden, and Town Hall.
Jazz Clubs & Experimental Clubs
Arthur's Tavern, Birdland, The Blue Note, Knitting Factory, 92nd Street Y, Iridium, The Jazz Standard, Roulette, and The Village Vanguard.
NYC Folk, Blues, and Country Music
Hogs & Heifers, Caroline's on Broadway, & Terra Blues.
New York Latin, Reggae, & Arts
Copacabana, SOB's, Zinc Bar, and Symphony Space.
Concert Halls in NYC
Carnegie Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, Kaufmann Concert Hall at the 92nd Street Y, Florence Gould Hall at the Alliance Francaise, and Town Hall.
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Lincoln Center, Alice Tully Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, New York State Theater, Walter Reade Theater, and The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
New York City Opera & Auditoriums
Miller Theater at Columbia University, The Kitchen, Sylvia and Danny Kaye Playhouse, World Financial Center Winter Garden, CAMI Hall, Julliard School of Music, Amato Opera Theater, The Metropolitan Opera House, Dicapo Opera Theater, New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players, and the Opera Orchestra of New York.
Churches in New York City
Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Congregation of St. John the Divine, Christ and St. Stephen's Church, Church of the Heavenly Rest, Trinity Church, St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University, Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, Riverside Church, and St. Bartholemew's Church.
Radio City Music Hall
Radio City Music Hall is located at 1260 Avenue of the Americas; (New Yorkers refer to Avenue of the Americas as 6th Avenue). The phone number of Radio City Music Hall is: 212-247-4777. Radio City Music Hall opened its doors in 1932. The Art Deco design is considered NYC's most grandiose. Radio City Music Hall is one of the most spectacular entertainment venues in Manhattan.
Among the famous shows held at Radio City Music Hall are the Tony Awards. The major shows during the year are the "Spring Spectacular" (2 weeks around Easter) and the "Christmas Spectacular" (mid - November - January 5th). The famous Rockettes are the star attraction of Radio City Music Hall.
Over the years Radio City Music Hall has featured some of the biggest names in show business such as: Liza Minnelli, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, The Allman Brothers Band, Toni Braxton, Diana Ross, Tony Bennett and the list goes on and on.
There are many hotels near Radio City Music Hall, this list is just some of them.
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Madison Square Garden
Madison Square Garden, or, The Garden as New Yorkers say, is located at 2 Pennsylvania Plaza (also known as Penn Plaza).
Madison Square Garden is known as the "World's Most Famous Arena". Madison Square Garden is home to the Knicks basketball team and the New York Rangers ice hockey team. Madison Square Garden hosts over 600 events a year including: The Grammy Awards, rock concerts, wrestling, Westminster Dog Show, antique shows, Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, boxing matches, and the list goes on and on.
Phone number: 212-465-6000
There are plenty of parking garages and parking lots in the area.
You will also be close to Macy's Department Store, Penn Station and the Empire State Building.
Prices for events vary. Tours are available (for a fee).
There are many hotels near Madison Square Garden.
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