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The World's Most Famous Arena
Opened in 1968, it is the longest active major sporting facility in the Metropolitan area & is the 4th incarnation of the arena in the city. The Garden hosts approximately 320 events a year.
You've made it to the Garden! The world's most famous arena is perfect for our fave sport: celeb spotting. If you see star fans like Hugh Jackman and Beyoncé, send a virtual high-five their way.
Fanatic Fact: After winning the 1994 Stanley Cup, Brian Leetch became the first American player to win the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP.
Jay-Z knows this venue well.
There have actually been four MSGs. “The World’s Most Famous Arena” derives its name from the park where the first two gardens were located (Madison Square) on Madison Avenue at 23rd Street.
See that prodigious gentleman styling and profiling courtside in an effervescent suit? That’s Walt “Clyde” Frazier. Regardless of what foursquare says, he’s the mayor here.
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Second best place in the world to watch the Orange!
Don't miss a NY Ranger game at the World's Most Famous Arena. Energy like you would not believe. Let's Go Rangers!
Nothing compares to performing for a crowd in my hometown!! I Promise!!! ;-) Can’t wait to be back on April 11th. Maybe you can get a drink and some pizza at Café 31 before the show!
Phish on New Years and then rush out to see the apple drop!
Look up! About once a year, Philadelphia puts a "love letter" on MSG inviting New Yorkers to come visit. We miss yous!
Home to the NY Knicks and Rangers sports teams, MSG also serves as a venue for concerts & political rallies. You can enter the arena from Penn Station underground without even taking a step outside!
Ringo Starr, Ravi Shankar, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Billy Preston, Badfinger, and Leon Russell joined George Harrison at The Concert For Bangladesh, the first large benefit concert, at MSG in 1971.
Please make yourself at home and don't forget to drop in to say hi to Oyabun :p I'm just a custodian here :p
July 13, 1987 - The Who's That Girl World Tour stops at the Madison Square Garden. Performed songs include: Open Your Heart, Lucky Star, Papa Don't Preach, Into the Groove, La Isla Bonita and more...
When the Blue Shirts put the puck in the net & the red lights come on, be prepared to scream, “Whoa-oh-oh, LET’S GO RANGERS!”
suggest you risk eating at street vendors outside because inside you'll be robbed
The Doors performed an epic show at MSG in January of 1969.
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The Big East Championship (Men's Basketball) is the best 4/5 days of college basketball!
Madison Square Garden is home to the New York Knicks, and more recently, the Linsanity surrounding breakout NBA star Jeremy Lin.
On 4/22/11, I attended Game 4 of the Eastern Conference playoffs between the Knicks and the Celtics with New York Red Bulls MLS star Thierry Henry.
A new day began when Roy Jones, Jr. set the year right after his career and body went wrong. Jones defeated Felix "Tito" Trinidad with a unanimous 12-round decision.
What an awesome place to visit and have fun. There is so much to do in Madison Square Garden
The Big East Tournament has been played here since 1983. That year, a young sharpshooter by the name of Chris Mullin won the ‘ship and MVP for St. John’s.
Tired? Please. On 3/12/09, Syracuse beat UCONN in six overtimes here. It lasted three hours, 46 minutes and ended at 1:22am, the latest a basketball game at any level has ever ended in MSG history.
Can someone ck me in here please :)
World most famous arena. Lots of wonderful events are held here do visit if you are in NY
see a knicks game
Aqui juegan los Knicks, y puedes ver un monton de espectaculos