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Irving Plaza was converted into a rock music venue in 1978 and has since hosted U2, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton & more establishing itself as NYC’s premier venue.
Small to midsize venue. Legendary place to see a band. 3 levels. great balcony. Full bar in back with fast service. From The Ramones to U2 to Clapton & Dylan. all the heavy hitters have played here
Head to Galaxy Global Eatery on Irving place between 15th and 16th to grab a bite before (or after) the show. The food is diverse and delicious and it's affordable! – Team Live Nation
Are you current Mayor of Irving Plaza? Stop by the box office during a show and show us your Mayor's badge to claim a free pair of tickets to an upcoming show of the venue's choice! – Team Live Nation
If you are the current Mayor of Irving Plaza, stop by the box office during a show and show us your Mayor's badge to claim a free pair of tickets to an upcoming show of the venue's choice!
Drink before you get there. $2 tallboy of coors or bud for $12?! Really?
Get a $10 huge can of budweiser. Orrrrr, don't.
play an epic game of soccer with the empty cans on the floor after the show ends.
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One of our favorite venues for general admission concerts. But direct at their box office and avoid paying ticket broker fees!
Atari Teenage Riot?
Since when do we pay $3 for a coat check!?
The sound is horrible under the balconies, much better on the open floor.
Buy Roseland Ballroom tickets here to save on outrageous Ticketmaster fees.
Turn and smile! Walk the Lexus Red Carpet outside the music hall tonight for a chance to upgrade your concert experience or receive a complimentary ride home courtesy of Lexus.
Star killer on foursquare whutt!!
Shitty venue in my option. I'd rather go to best buy theatre.
No DSLRs!! They charge $3 to watch it for you at coat check
Don't forget to tip the Coatcheck ladies!
Say hi to Darren Carew, he's got a buzz
Used to be the best, now the WORST venue - money hungry owners! Such bullshit! F this place!!
This place SUCKS. They never get their shows started on time and whether its coat check or drinks you feel like you're being robbed. There are way better venues in NYC, never again!!
Even for NYC this place is outrageous. $7 pbrs?? I mean you gotta go see your bands no matter what, but the sound and the prices of this place are shit.
They will rip you off at coat check. Just dropped $9 for bag, umbrella, jacket, and first born
Check out Lifebeat, the music industry fights AIDS table!
Head stage right or left to nab a spot with the best view, or try your luck upstairs (if you can get up there, that is...).
Make sure you get a good spot in the middle of the floor, the sight lines aren't great towards the outside.
Drink at the Belmont Lounge around the block before you come, awesome happy hour.
Go nekkid it's a hot one!!
Checking in here will count towards Ellen's "Sounds So Good" badge.
Weird set-up, overpriced drinks, always too crowded...definitely not one of my top choices to see a show
Fuck lol! Meatloaf rox!!!
Best concerts of my life were here!
Be careful on the stairs, seen a girl with a broken face on the way in...
Still one of the best venues in NYC!
I've filmed 3 concerts here: Jonas Brothers, Honor Society, and Timbaland - very intimate and small venue to get an up close look at your favorite music artists!
Coat check lost my jacket. On top of that, they were rude to me and didn't give me a refund for checking it in. Never coming back here after that treatment.
Reggie watts opener?
Arrive early to get a good spot. If you're hungry they've got a few options for food that's reasonably priced.
More like Serving the Swerving underage.
Great, great venue, security is so nice (but I wouldn't wanna f w them!)
Moshpit and crowd surf all day long